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The exhibition Beyond Klimt closed its doors on Sunday with over 100,000 visitors on the clock. This makes the exhibition one of the top three most visited BOZAR exhibitions of the past ten years.

Paul Dujardin (BOZAR): Beyond Klimt. New Horizons in Central Europe 1914-1938 mobilised a huge amount of people. We can look upon it as a real success, because it certainly wasn’t a straightforward exhibition. We asked visitors to look beyond the big names and immersed them in a crucial period of European (art) history. This pre-eminently European story about the collapse of countries and artists who were fleeing the horrors of the First World War seemed immensely relevant in the current context.”


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  • BOZAR at the first Salzburg Summit

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