This is the HUMA3 archive, where to find art news published up to August 2015. To read the more recent ones, please visit HUMA3.com
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1600 Spanish poet and dramatist Pedro Caldéron de la Barca, was born
1750 Tomaso Albinoni, Italian composer, died at 78
1820 English poet and novelist Anne Brontë, sister of Charlotte and Emily Brontë, was born.
2002 died the Spanish writer Don Camilo José Cela Trulock, Marquis of Iria Flavia, Nobel Prize of Literature in 1989.
Argos is a Brussels based centre for art and media that was founded in 1989. Over the years the organisation has developed from a distributor of artists’ video and film into a broader art centre incorporating also functions as exhibitions, screenings and events, production, conservation and preservation, publishing and the development of a public media library.
Contretype has been promoting and exhibiting creative photography since 1978. Active in production, dissemination and publishing, it contributes to developing the artistic careers of numerous authors. Based since 1988 in the sumptuous Art Nouveau town house built in 1903 in Saint-Gilles by Edouard Hannon, Contretype has used this space to develop a cultural project in keeping with the interests and innovative spirit of its first owner.
Photo: Paul Louis
deSingel’s intention is to become a vigorous and large-scale arts campus that presents and produces contemporary and international art and makes it accessible to the broadest possible audience. The artistic disciplines to which deSingel has committed itself are theatre, dance, music and architecture.