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The current health crisis has highlighted the importance of culture for our well-being. The spring break might be an ideal moment to recharge your batteries in one of our exhibitions.

The Centre for Fine Arts recently opened a major Roger Raveel retrospective, which offers an exhaustive overview of the Belgian painter’s impressive career. You can explore the exhibition with our special visitor guides developed for adults and children to make your visit even more fun and active!
For lovers of contemporary art, Secrets raises some fascinating questions about art and technology by letting Artificial Intelligence loose on a work by Luc Tuymans.

You can also (re)discover masterpieces from the blockbuster show A  Passage to India from 2010, which delves into 25 centuries of exchanges between Asia and Europe. 18 of the most fascinating objects from the show have been rendered digitally in 3D to explore online.
Happy holidays! 


  • Bridges Industry Day presents 7 first projects

    On Thursday, May 27, Bridges Industry Day is back for a new presentation of cinematographic projects from the Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine). Seven film projects in development will be presented by Tamara Tatishvili, specialist in international co-production markets and Eastern regions, in dialogue with the project leaders.

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  • Café Victor reopens on 8 May

    As from Saturday 8 May, BOZAR Café Victor will reopen its doors. Only the terrace will be open again and will welcome you at tables of maximum 4 people, from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 7pm. On Mondays we will remain closed, as usual. The menu will be limited to some highlights.

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  • 2 Open Calls for Alexandria Residencies

    The project Alexandria: (re)activating common urban imaginaries (ALEX) aims to take a fresh look at the many challenges faced by the arts and heritage sectors, through the symbolic and historical prism of the city of Alexandria and its influences on urban development in the Mediterranean and beyond. ALEX includes two residency cycles which will evolve independently but which will encounter each other at various moments during the project cycle.

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