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What did Brussels look like 50 years ago? From June to September BOZAR will be taking you back in time with an exhibition about the Plaizier publishing house. Since 1977 this Brussels publishing house has built up an image library including vintage postcards, prints, calendars and books. Architectural gems and urban transformations are all portrayed, together with items that illustrate the resolute path pursued by the publishing couple Wijnand and Mieke Plaizier. Their love for the Belgian capital is evident from every image. In addition to their purely documentary value, the photographs also bear witness to the way in which people remember and appreciate Brussels and give form to the collective memory.

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  • Make the most of your visit with the Summer Pass!

    For just 22 euros you can visit the exhibitions YO. Brussels Hip-Hop GenerationsYves Klein. Theatre of the Void, Brussels is a Plaizier and Tshela tendu & Vincent Meessen. Patterns for (Re)cognition whenever you want (please note that the exhibitions have different closing dates), until 17 Semptember 2017. This Summer Pass is on sale till 20 August 2017. Interested?

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    Enjoy a drink at BOZAR CAFÉ VICTOR!

    With your ticket BOZAR EXPO, get a voucher for a free drink at BOZAR CAFÉ VICTOR. The voucher entitles you to a free coffee when you order a pastry of the day, or a free glass of wine when you order a main meal.*

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  • Why not spend Belgian National Day at the Centre for Fine Arts?

    On this special 21 July our exhibitions open at 10 am. A ticket for YO. Brussels Hip-Hop Generations or Brussels is a Plaizier will cost just € 1 per exhibition.

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