GOOD TO SEE YOU AGAIN! We have missed you!


​​​​​​​​​​​​BOZAR, in collaboration with Museumcultuur Strombeek/Gent, presents Ah, quelle aventure !, an extensive body of work by the Belgian artist Jacqueline Mesmaeker. She was born in 1929 in Brussels, where she is still active. Her career as a visual artist started only in the mid-70s. The exhibition is conceived as a walk through her work, and brings together several thematic threads, literary sensibilities and her pioneering cinematic experiments.


Parking en Or

Alongside the Centre for Fine Arts, a parking spot is painted gold. This piece was originally conceived in 1984 for the Prince-Bishop’s Palace in Liège, alluding to the demise of the city’s heritage. Gold, a symbol of both power and the spiritual, hints at the preciousness of time in our society, where ‘time is money’. 


Did you know?

  • © Keith Haring Foundation

    Our exhibition spaces have reopened on May 19

    We are very pleased to tell you that the exhibitions at BOZAR have reopened on Tuesday 19 May

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  • Your visit to our exhibitions

    On 19 May BOZAR has reopened its exhibition spaces. We are delighted to welcome you once again to our Keith Haring, Mondo Cane, Vjenceslav Richter and Jacqueline Mesmaeker exhibitions.

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  • Five facts

    Who is Jacqueline Mesmaeker?

    After 9 weeks, the exhibition halls of the Centre for Fine Arts will open their doors again on 19 May. Until 21 July you have the opportunity to discover four exhibitions at BOZAR, including a brand new one: Ah, Quelle Aventure! Jacqueline Mesmaeker. Who is this 90-year-old quirky artist from Brussels? Get to know her in five facts.  

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