News

  • COVID-19 – What does it mean for my visit at BOZAR?

    As a result of the corona pandemic, BOZAR, in consultation with all its partners, is closing all its doors to the public until 19 April 2020. During this period we remain very concerned about the situation of the freelance artistic staff (artists, guides, technicians...), who have been severely affected by the health crisis. 

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  • Artists invite scientists to their studios

    Are you the scientist we are looking for? We call upon scientists to join artists for STUDIOTOPIA, a speculative journey to propose tentative solutions to global challenges in a collaborative, non-hierarchical residency. 

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  • © BOZAR Archives

    ‘Thelonious Monk, Palais des Beaux-Arts 1963’

    Launch of a vinyl record with unique recordings of jazz icon Thelonious Monk in the Center for Fine Arts in 1963.

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    Keith Haring crosses 100.000 visitors mark

    The Keith Haring retrospective is proving very popular, welcoming over 100.000 visitors already!

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  • Project call-out: Belgicart

    Have you always dreamed of exhibiting in a museum or gallery but never had the opportunity? Are you aged between 12 and 100, and would you like to take part in a group exhibition? Are you someone with a special talent for the visual arts and, for whatever reason, find it difficult to find your way to the art academies or to the professional circuit?

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    A Tribute to Reinbert de Leeuw,1938-2020

    The conductor and pianist Reinbert de Leeuw passed away on February 14 in his hometown Amsterdam at the age of 81.

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  • BONN KICKS OFF BEETHOVEN 2020

    2020 will be Ludwig’s year. The world will celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven, and his native city of Bonn started early with the unveiling of a major exhibition about the composer on 17 December.

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  • BOZAR MOURNS ARTIST JOHAN VAN GELUWE (1929-2020)

    Our country has lost a visionary artist with the passing of Johan van Geluwe.

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  • Brexit and a cultural way forward, together

    BOZAR joins and supports European cultural organisations and foundations’ call to continue collaborations with the UK. 

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  • International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust

    On the International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust, BOZAR would like to emphasise that the world of culture, as a place to debate and to rally together, plays an important part in constructing a society where peace and dialogue are upheld as unassailable values. This day is an emphatic reminder for BOZAR of our shared responsibility as artists, politicians, and citizens in building a tolerant and fair world, an unbreachable defence against any form of barbarity.

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