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De Witte Raaf is a Brussels based magazine on contemporary art and visual theory founded in 1986.

17,000 copies of the magazine are freely distributed in the Dutch-speaking region (Holland and Flanders/Belgium). The magazine publishes reflections on developments in the visual arts field, analysis of institutional practices in the region (academies, museums and universities) and theoretical and philosophical essays on aesthetics.




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