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Due to its overwhelming success we are giving you the exceptional opportunity to visit Pablo Picasso’s weird and wonderful sculptures this Monday 6 March from 10 am till 6 pm. BOZAR is normally closed on Mondays but we are more than happy to make an exception for the exhibition Picasso. Sculptures. The BOZAR BOOKSHOP and BOZAR CAFÉ VICTOR will also be open.

Avoid queues and buy your tickets online.


“Large, ambitious and unavoidably, dizzyingly peripatetic”, wrote The New York Times about the Picasso Sculpture exhibition at the MoMA. The Musée Picasso in Paris, in collaboration with BOZAR, builds on the theme. Over 80 sculptures represent the staggering creative power of an artist who really went to town experimenting with a range of materials and techniques. The sculptures conduct a dialogue with paintings, ceramics, photographs and objets d’art from Picasso’s private collection. The exhibition takes a fresh look at a less familiar but very personal aspect of the artist’s oeuvre.

Curators: Cécile Godefroy and Virginie Perdrisot

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    Sign language tours

    BOZAR is pleased to propose guided visits with accompanying sign language for all deaf or hearing-impaired persons. This enables you to discover our exhibitions in the company of guides who are themselves deaf and who accompany your visit with commentaries in LSFB (Belgian French Sign Language), VGT (Flemish Sign Language) and ISL (International Sign Language).

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  • Questions? Fragen? Preguntas? 题? Demandu?

    Just ask one of the multilingual attendants at the Centre for Fine Arts. These ‘art whisperers’ will have the answer and will happily tell you more about the background of the exhibition, the life of the artist or the broader context of the exhibits. They will also help with practical matters and it is their job to check tickets, maintain order in the building, run the cloakroom and distribute audio guides. You will recognize the art whisperers by their yellow badge.

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