The Graux Estate is a venue for seminars and exhibitions which features a 500-year-old manor, which is protected by medieval moats. Its modern and renovated barns regularly host contemporary art exhibitions. This time around, it is the turn of the famous photographer Marc Lagrange to show his work in this prestigious exhibition space, until 24 May. Sensual and evocative, his aim with his work is to create veritable odes to beauty, to pleasure and to delight. This Antwerp native has a foible for nudes and portraits; he creates luxurious and timeless environments, in which eroticism and intimacy play a predominant role. This artist’s work is regularly applauded by critics and is collected by people worldwide. Marc Lagrange has already brought out four books. In partnership with the Hearth Foundation and the Graux Estate, the non-profit organisation WeForest will plant a large number of trees in Tanzania for each work of art sold.