An important figure in the Belgian avant-garde of the late 19th-century, James Ensor is subject of an exhibition at MOMA exploring his contributions to modernism. 120 works are presented highlighting an allegorical use of light and the artists deep interest in the carnival. In the end, Ensor is shown as an artist engaged with his time and contemporary debate about modern art. The exhibition is on view until September, and is complemented by a well produced interactive component
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