Cross channel ferries near to van den Broek exhibit28.01.2010
People taking cross channel ferries and heading into Belgium will be near to an exhibition containing some great pieces of work from celebrated artist Koen van den Broek.
The Royal Museum of Fine Arts in Antwerp will be showing the paintings, which range from the painter"s work focussing on the American desert and the French Riviera.
"Van den Broek paints desolate roads out in the American desert and on the French Riviera, he focuses on the surface of the cracked asphalt, or zooms in on the rear light or the bumper of a car ahead," it stated.
ArtDaily.com added that the artist specialises in using white and black and mixes them with brighter hues.
Bavaria has many other cultural attractions, like its range of local beers, and it was recently revealed that the region has the largest density of breweries per population in the world.
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