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Last May, Belgian Red Devil player and experienced Paris Saint-Germain defender Thomas Meunier paid a visit to BOZAR. This was an opportunity for the star footballer to strengthen his cultural links. 

For Thomas Meunier’s cultural experience does not just stop at the consumption of art; he is also currently working on his own project entitled “Play It Art”, which seeks to build bridges between art and sport. 

During the tour of the Bernard Van OrleyPrints in the Age of Bruegel and Next Generation, Please! exhibitions, the footballer shared his love of art and music with us.

Discover the exclusive interview given during his visit to the Centre for Fine Arts.

 


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