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BOZAR’s spring exhibitions have already attracted 270,000 visitors.

Last week the Spanish Still Life exhibition came to an end. The exhibition is now travelling to Italy and will reopen in the Galleria Sabauda in Turin on 19 June. This spring’s big hit was the Fernand Léger. Beauty is everywhere retrospective which is also closing its doors for the final time this weekend. If you haven’t seen it yet this is your last chance to familiarise yourself with this modern master’s extensive oeuvre. The Hugo Claus, Con Amore exhibition, curated by Marc Didden, has also been very popular and as a consequence has been extended until 22 July.

Sophie Lauwers, Director Arts & Policy: “The key to this spring’s success lies in the clever mix and high quality exhibits. You don’t often get the chance to see Léger’s work on this scale and his art is still very relevant. The Spanish Still Lives were a real revelation for a lot of people. I think that in this age of transient media people feel the need to take a moment to recharge their batteries.”


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    Tribute to conductor Patrick Davin

    It is with deep sorrow that we learn of the death of Belgian conductor Patrick Davin. This eminent musician and pupil of René Defossez, Pierre Boulez and Peter Eötvös was a regular guest of BOZAR, where he performed on the Henry Le Bœuf stage on numerous occasions.

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  • BOZAR makes you feel better

    After all the uncertainty of the last few months, we are pleased to welcome you back to BOZAR. We can’t do that with the programme we originally planned, but a modified offering that allows us to meet again in the safest of circumstances. To enable us to adapt as best we can to the changing circumstances and to welcome you back under the best conditions possible, we are still developing some of our programme. If you keep following us throughout the season, we will do our best to keep you up to date. Because there’s one thing you can be sure of in all this uncertainty: although we will have to host smaller audiences at the a time, the artistic quality will be undiminished!

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