(AGI) Brussels, Aug 8 - Brussels will host an exhibition in connection with the 60th anniversary of the mining disaster in the Belgian town of Marcinelle. Photos and videos have been put on display as a visual monument to the hundreds of Italian miners who gave their sweat and blood to help rebuild Belgium and Italy's economies in the aftermath of the Second World War. The "L'eta' del carbone" (Age of Coal) exhibition will be inaugurated at the Italian Cultural Institute (IIC) in Brussels on Sep. 1. It was created by Fabio Caramaschi and Silvia Caracciolo, who journeyed to the Wallonia region to retrace the steps of the Italian miners as though reconstructing a family history. The exhibition documents the lives of the "anciens mineurs" with eight large black-and-white polaroids, six video portraits, and a video presentation that will be screened on loop. It will be hosted at the IIC until Sep. 12 before moving to the halls of the Dante Alighieri Association in Antwerp from Nov. 21 to Dec. 22. (AGI). .