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'Recovering The Past' opens to the public

The exhibition of 'Recovering The Past' has finally begun at the 'In Flanders Fields' museum with fantastic levels of enthusiastic feedback from its visitors. Seventeen of the project's images are on display, at this most extraordinary of venues.

Exhibition of 'Recovering The Past' begins in Ypres

Recovering The Past takes the stage at the Eminent 'In Flanders Fields Museum' Ypres for a period of 6 months. Featuring in the temporary exhibition entitled 'Total War in Flanders', the project will be exhibited to the many national and international visitors to Ypres during the significant centenary commemorations to the Third Battle of Ypres, or as it commonly referred to, 'Passchendaele'. Many thanks to curator Piet Chielens for this extraordinary opportunity to display this unique project to the public at such a poignant moment in the commemorations of the Great War.

'Recovering The Past' exhibited at the United Nations, Geneva

United Nations, Geneva, December 2015 -  Courtesy of Belgium's 'Federal Public Service Foreign Affairs', 'Recovering The Past' was exhibited at the 14th Meeting of States Parties to the Ottawa Convention, and an eminent first public display for the project

Given an enthusiastic reception by Belgium's HRH Princess Astrid and Deputy Prime Minister Didier Reynders (above), the exhibition proved an enormous success.