Delvaux engaged in art and Belgian culture by becoming a sponsor of the exhibition “Magritte. La trahison des images” at the Centre Pompidou, Delvaux affirms its commitment to art and culture and intends to play full its role as setter.
Establisheed in Brussels in 1829, Delvaux is luxury leather oldest house in the world. And since then, the house has never ceased to be both cutting edge and the tip of the highest manufacturing tradition, while illustrating the greatness, tradition and symbols of Belgium. Whether celebrating the Universal Exhibition 1958 with the creation of Brilliant or draw a costume for the Manneken-Pis, Delvaux has repeatedly proven its commitment to this heritage as much as humor Belgian.
For Jean-Marc Loubier, chairman of the House Delvaux, “It is an honor for home to be present alongside René Magritte and contribute to its spread work extraordinary, nourished poetry and humanity, simplicity and surprise. The all quirky and mysterious, since it is a creation beyond a movement, surrealism. Indeed, his approach is rooted in a spirit, a land, a culture individual and open that can be called, with complicity, ‘Belgitude‘. The cocktail and dinner was followed by the visit of the exhibition.