We are very pleased to tell you that the exhibitions at BOZAR have reopened on Tuesday 19 May

Over the last few weeks we have done everything in our power to extend the current exhibitions to 21 July 2020, and to give everyone a chance to come face-to-face with the best works of Keith Haringthe human figures and stories of Mondo Cane and the designs of Vjenceslav Richter. On the same moment we’ll open the new exhibition of the Belgian artist Jacqueline Mesmaeker. These exhibitions are open from Tuesday to Sunday inclusive, from 10 am to 6 pm.

If you already hold tickets they will be valid on the date of your choosing, as of Tuesday 19 May 2020. 

To protect you and the people around you, we will be applying the government's social distancing guidelines.

Unfortunately, we are not able to allow group visits. Nor, regrettably, are we able to arrange Lunch ToursWalk with Me tours, the Family Weekend or the Discovery Trails.

How does this affect your visit to our exhibition spaces?
  • If you already have a ticket to one of the exhibitions, your ticket remains valid for the time of your choosing, between 19 May and 21 July 2020 inclusive. Via this form you can exchange your ticket for a ticket with a time slot. If you cannot find a slot to suit you in the new period you can contact us by email tickets@bozar.be or via 025078200
  • If you don't already have a ticket, tickets will be on on our website from May 19. We are switching to online ticket sales. If you cannot find your discount rate online then contact us by email tickets@bozar.be, or call us 025078200.
  • Tickets will be sold in time slots. There is a new time slot every 30 minutes between 10 am and 5 pm. Therefore you will be able to buy a ticket online for a specific time. The reason for this is that we can only welcome a certain amount of visitors at any time.
  • BOZAR TICKETS is open only to collect prepaid tickets. You cannot purchase tickets in our ticket office.

Here you can find all additional information about your visit to the Centre for Fine Arts.

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