The Flemish artist Wim Delvoye has entered his name for an international competition to restore the damage caused by the fire that ravaged the cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris this week. The competition for a restoration was announced by French prime minister Edouard Philippe this week. EU laws make it necessary for any public contract over a certain value to be open to tenders from all 28 member states. Private contributors have already pledged almost one billion euros.
The Brussels Times