A new museum in Brussels dedicated to Rene Magritte features some home movies made by the Surrealist master.

As well as letters, posters, tracts and photographs there are films of Magritte and his friends fooling around with a Prussian helmet and tuba. “They were in their sixties when they made these home movies,” says project manager Virginie Devillez, “which is amazing. They were like kids.”


Source: Wall Street Journal