• Renaat Braem

    Fondation pour l'Architecture

    In a pamphlet published in 1968, the Flemish architect Renaat Braem referred to Belgium as “the ugliest country in the world.” His critique of reckless urban planning and his vision of architecture as a social tool form the basis of this retrospective exhibition, which features photographs, maquettes, drawings, and collages. Braem’s career has consistently reflected his socialist ideals over a period of more than 50 years. His projects operate in the realms of the imaginary, the utopian, the practical, and the mundane. Braem cannot be tied directly to any one style. Yet he remains remarkably

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