The latest edition of the visit.brussels Awards Ceremony & Networking Night, which awards projects relating to tourism and culture in the capital, presented BOZAR with the “Most Noted Exhibition 2017” award for last summer exhibition “Bruxelles is a Plaizier” in which the Brussels publishing house Plaizier showcased a selection of illustrations of our city. “Kiosks in Parks”, which also won an award, is a project by Ambra Fabi and Giovanni Piovene, who are also behind…“Half Circus”, the tent pitched next to the Centre for Fine Arts for our exhibition devoted to Fernand Léger and which serves as a temporary space for sharing and experiences. Last but not least, the BIFFF, also organised at BOZAR, was awarded a prize by the BIF Market 2017, which brought together the world film industry of genre film. Thanks to visit.brussels for this recognition of the work of BOZAR and all Brussels tourism and cultural institutions.
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