‘Philippe Vandenberg’

17 Sept.'20 →
24 Jan.'21

Molenbeek

A fire broke out on the roof of the Centre for Fine Arts on January 18. Your emotional messages of support touch us deeply. We are currently evaluating the damage and will be closed until January 25. Thank you for understanding.

The exhibition Philippe Vandenberg. Molenbeek is an eyewitness report. It is made up of large and small observations on paper, spanning Philippe Vandenberg’s final years, which he spent in Molenbeek. In his drawings and assemblages, Vandenberg takes the viewer on a tour of burlesque Molenbeek: an imaginary site where personal and collective traumas become entangled with metropolitan problems and global conflicts. Through this satirical universe, Vandenberg exposes the recurring structures of oppression, fundamentalism and one-dimensional thinking. Molenbeek is the first solo exhibition of the late works on paper by Philippe Vandenberg (1952-2009). 

 

Learn more about Philippe Vandenberg’s Molenbeek years

 

Can't wait to visit this exhibition? You can already take a virtual dive via our 3D scans.

Practical information

Location

BOZAR/Centre for Fine Arts

Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS

All the events will be organised ‘corona proof’, in accordance with to the protocol for the cultural sector.

Buy your ticket preferably online. This way you can be sure of a place in the time slot that you prefer.

 

OPENING HOURS
Tue - Sun, 10 am - 6 pm
Closed on Monday

 

BOZAR will be closed on 25 December and 1 January and will be open until 4 pm on 24 and 31 December.

 

Guided Tours only on request

Reservation and prices
Info: groups@bozar.be