From May 1st until August 2012, Brugge Plus vzw and Musea Brugge have organised 'Kamarama', an international art project in the city of Bruges. The curator of the exhibition is Belgian artist Kamagurka.
This multidisciplinary art project will spread throughout the entire city centre and will show both works of Kamagurka and other artists he feels related to. It'll be a true journey jam-packed with exceptional art, intriguing movies, music, comedy, cartoons and, without a doubt, a large dose of humour. The main part of the project is an exhibition of paintings, sculptures and drawings in the Garemynzaal, one of the historical halls of the Bruges belfry, of contemporary artists that have been inspirational to Kamagurka: David Bade, Fred Bervoets, George Condo, René Daniëls, J.J. Grandville, George Grosz, Jeroen Henneman, Capitaine Lonchamps, Lucebert, Yves Obyn, Emile Salkin, Captain Beefheart, Wim T. Schippers, Herr Seele, Roland Topor among others. Artists featured include: David Bade, Fred Bervoets, Capitaine Lonchamps, George Condo, Rene Daniels, Wim Delvoye, Otto Dix, Marcel Duchamp, James Ensor, Max Ernst, Jan Fabre, J.J. Grandville, George Grosz, Kati Heck, Jeroen Henneman, Herr Seele, Paul Joostens, Kamagurka, Lucebert, Markus Lupertz, Rene Magritte, Werner Mannaers, Muzo, Yves Obyn, Jeff Olsson, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes, Emile Salkin, Wim T. Schippers, Roland Topor, Stephen Tunney, Luc Tuymans, Rinus Van De Velde, Don Van Vliet. Also available: The Holy Kama