On November 13 at 19:00 at the Brussels City Hall the city dolls will be auctionned

60% of the amount raised at the time of sale will go to United Fund for Belgium, which will support the kitchen installation in the “Maison des Enfants Reine Marie-Henriette” which welcomes nearly 200 children from 0 to 14 years. The children all come from families facing great difficulties of any nature, at the request of the Youth Judge or Youth Aid Advisor.

As a major player in the Brussels real estate sector, AG Real Estate wants to polish the image of the capital. Brussels City Dolls fits within this dynamic and aims therefore to gather Brussels’ residents in the city center.

The artists

The artists are architects, painters, street artists, stylists, grafists, sculptors, visual artists, ceramists, humorists, singers, traders, art students, make-up artists, decorators, ...

Juan Kiti for Justine Henin, Alex Vizorek, Debora Velasquez, Caroline Notte, Yorick Efira, Louves, Pierre Lallemand in Guy Haarscher, Marie Warnant, Mermic, Patou Saint Germain, Kool Koor, Caroline Moxhon, ALVARI, Tia Jourdan, Pascale Chirstoffel in Lea , Mino1 Ponti, Archi 2000, Francoise De Smet, Pictanimo for Aurélie Van Daelen and Luigi Pistorio, Sigrid Sandker, William Zacaria, Michaella Riesi (mimi), Kathleen Henocque (Kath Muah), Esmeralda Ammoun, Joni Brown, Isabelle de Moffarts (Isa M), Redforest and Di, Neuhaus, Bart Smit which are stores in the City2.

The exhibition

The Dolls, which are all unique pieces of art, are exposed in the city until November 11th in the center of Brussels at the following places:

City 2, Place de la Monnaie, De Munt Brussels, Anspach Shopping, quai au Bois à Brûler, rue de la Collégiale, Brussels-Central station (Carrefour De l'Europe), Albertine Square and Rue de la Montagne (Mont des Arts), Place du Grand Sablon and Place Poelaert.

 

More information on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/bxlcitydolls/