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Immoral and extravagant art expo in Brussels

An art exposition was held in Brussels from June 5 to August 30, 2005. To display the works, the Archdiocese offered Notre Dame Chapel.

Above, the back and the front of an untitled work. Below, first row, a man covered with bank bills is shown in two positions. The title of the piece is Debit and Credit. Second row, you can contemplate "Internal Escape I" and "Internal Escape II," this one on a confessional.

One can see that the glory of God doesn't mean too much for Cardinal Godfried Danneels and the parish priest of Notre Dame Chapel.

Different pieces of art from the Brussels Art Exposition

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Posted January 21, 2007

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