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Due to its overwhelming success the exhibition has been extended until Sunday 22 July.

10 years on from his death and 50 years since May 1968, BOZAR is putting on an exhibition devoted to Flanders' most acclaimed author: Hugo Claus. This multidisciplinary exhibition portrays Claus in all his facets: author, painter, theatre maker and film director. Yet it isn't a traditional overview of a life and an oeuvre. Curator Marc Didden has put together a highly personal exhibition with love – con amore – which is not about Claus, but for Claus.

 

The exhibition will be exceptionally closed between June 5 and 8, due to the dismantling of another exhibition.Thank you in advance for your understanding.


  • BOZAR TICKETS under construction

    From August 13 to 17, BOZAR TICKETS is closed for renovation. During this period, you can purchase your tickets in the entrance hall of the Centre for Fine Arts, or simply online.

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    BOZAR invites its Africa-based cultural partners to participate in Culture at Work Africa, co-funded by the European Union, with the project’s First Call for Proposals for innovative on-the-ground projects aiming at developing intercultural dialogue in urban Africa.

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

    For just € 20 you can visit the exhibitions Charlemagne Palestine, Hugo Claus. Con AmoreResist! and Somewhere in Between whenever you want (please note that the exhibitions have different closing dates), until 26 August 2018. Interested?

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