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  • Toots Thielemans, 26.03.2014, for Barack Obama's speech at BOZAR © Artur Eranosian

    BOZAR mourns the loss of Toots Thielemans

    Toots was an icon, not only in the Jazz world, but for the Belgian music scene in general. He gained worldwide fame for his musical talent.

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  • © Yves Gervais/BOZAR

    BOZAR lives, the Centre for Fine Arts lives!

    BOZAR aims to welcome visitors in the best possible conditions and in the most attractive setting. That’s why it has commissioned architectural firm Robbrecht & Daem Architecten to carry out a number of improvements.

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  • BOZAR introduces the app "Pieter Paul"

    BOZAR is launching the Pieter Paul app, a free digital art guide that accompanies the visitor around the exhibition Facing the Future: Art in Europe 1945-68. Facing the Future features some 180 works of art from the period 1945-1968, with works from Europe and the former Soviet Union and by major artists including Fernand Léger, Vladimir Tatlin, Gerhard Richter and Pablo Picasso.

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  • Refugees in Blue Building Brussels © Annemie Augustijns

    BOZAR NIKON Monography Series Award 2016, Call for artists

    Send your portfolio with photographs to BOZAR and win your very own solo exhibition in the Centre for Fine Arts. With the 2016 NIKON Monography Series Award, NIKON and BOZAR reward a high-profile series by a Belgium-based photographer. A jury selects the most powerful or most original images from the numerous entries. 

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  • Dirk Braeckman, 27.1 - 21.7 - 045 - 2014, 2014 © Dirk Braeckman - Courtesy of Zeno X Gallery, Antwerp

    Dirk Braeckman and Eva Wittocx: from the 2017 Venice Biennale to BOZAR in Brussels

    BOZAR is honouring artist Dirk Braeckman and curator Eva Wittocx of M-Museum Leuven. Of the 35 applicants, it was their concept that Flemish Minister for Culture Sven Gatz chose for the Belgian pavilion at the 2017 Venice Biennale.

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