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Yet again, BOZAR NIGHT lived up to every expectation. On 10 November some 3,250 people danced through the night to feverish rhythms while making the most of our exhibitions. 

Who says that partying and art can’t go hand in hand? Because there is no denying the success of BOZAR NIGHT! The principle? To combine a night of clubbing with visits to exhibitions. A selection of leading musicians, including Jacques Greene, Daniel Avery, DJ Charme, Otis and many others, set the Centre for Fine Arts on fire while the exhibition rooms were invaded by clubbers. Admiring paintings by Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka, discovering the works of the Brussels artist of the Caravaggio school Théodore van Loon and getting up close to Chris Marker's futuristic memories. A night that proves that you can combine culture and partying at one of the capital of Europe's most exceptional sites.  

Make a note in your diary already: 30 April 2019, our next BOZAR NIGHT. 


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