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He had a preference for abstract painting and wrote poetry in both French and Dutch.
 
He had a preference for abstract painting and wrote poetry in both French and Dutch.
  
In [[1968]], he was the foundeir of the artistic movement [[VAGA]] and founder of the [[ICC | International Cultural Center ICC]] in [[Antwerp (city) | Antwerp]].
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In [[1968]], he was the founder of the artistic movement [[VAGA]] and founder of the [[ICC | International Cultural Center ICC]] in [[Antwerp (city) | Antwerp]].
  
 
In the literary field, he collaborated with, among others, [[Adriaan Peel]] and [[Irene van Kerckhoven]].
 
In the literary field, he collaborated with, among others, [[Adriaan Peel]] and [[Irene van Kerckhoven]].

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Serge Largot, also called Nesten Aerts , pseudonym of Ernest de Thibault de Boesinghe , (Bruges (B), 14 June 1929 - Grandpré in Lorraine (F), July 1 1990) was a Belgian painter, poet and art theorist.

He had a preference for abstract painting and wrote poetry in both French and Dutch.

In 1968, he was the founder of the artistic movement VAGA and founder of the International Cultural Center ICC in Antwerp.

In the literary field, he collaborated with, among others, Adriaan Peel and Irene van Kerckhoven.