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Collection

Started in 1972, every resident-artist donated up to three works to the collection of the Frans Masereel Centrum. With more than 20,000 pieces, it has grown into a significant archive for contemporary forms of printed matter.

In the near future, the collection will be made accessible to researchers who will be able to study the collection on site, as well be shown to the public at certain occasions in the form of exhibitions.

For specific questions about our collection and its research purposes, you can contact our collection department via collection [at] fransmasereelcentrum [dot] be.

Unfortunately we cannot help you with questions about the appraisal of prints who bare the Frans Masereel Centrum’s mark (embossed into the paper or an ink stamp on the back) or specific questions about the artistic work of Frans Masereel.

In the near future, the collection will be made accessible to researchers who will be able to study the collection on site, as well be shown to the public at certain occasions in the form of exhibitions.

For specific questions about our collection and its research purposes, you can contact our collection department via collection [at] fransmasereelcentrum [dot] be.

Unfortunately we cannot help you with questions about the appraisal of prints who bare the Frans Masereel Centrum’s mark (embossed into the paper or an ink stamp on the back) or specific questions about the artistic work of Frans Masereel.

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    The Frans Masereel Centrum initiates and (co)produces several publications and editions in limited editions each year. You can order these publications and editions online or purchase them on site during the opening hours.


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    In recent years, the Frans Masereel Centrum has become one of the most challenging and inspiring environments for visual artists to investigate printed matter in all its aspects, or to embrace it as part of a broader artistic practice.


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    Every year, approximately 60 artists and critics are selected by an external jury. Additionally, the center also runs a well-received program exclusively for students from national and international art colleges and universities.


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