Maud Hagelstein invites you to envisage art by approaching a philosopher and a concept during her philosophical tea times.
Rancière thinks contemporary art in its political dimension: today's artworks topple codes and hierarchies upside down, allowing transforming our idea of "living together". In his eyes, art allows a veritable emancipation beyond any distinction between popular and elitist culture.
14:30 > 16:00
Fee (entrance to the museum and tea time included)
Article 27 ticket
Information and booking: Facilitator
+32 71 27 29 71 ou firstname.lastname@example.org
Children accompanying adults will be able broach the same questions in a creative workshop adapted to their age (4-7years) (8-12 years).