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Dialogue among Fauves

2 December - 20 March 2011. As part of the 18 month trio of presidencies of the Council of the European Union, Brussels presents an exhibition which unites the Fauve art of Belgium and Hungary. Fo...
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Gilbert & George: Jack Freak Pictures

28 October - 30 January 2011. Famed for their monumental artworks, British artist duo Gilbert & George
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America is Also Our History

15 October - 9 May 2011. Exploring the shared history and close ties between Europe and America, this exhibition examines an interweaving of culture and trade over 300 years. Using a mixture of ar...
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Lucas Cranach: An Artist in the Age of Dürer, Titian and Metsys

20 October - 23 January 2010. BOZAR presents an exhibition of work by the painter, printmaker and leading exponent of the German Renaissance, Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472 - 1553). 150 paintings, d...
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A Passage to Asia: 25 Centuries of Exchange between Asia and Europe

25 June - 10 October 2010. Organised to coincide with the 2010 Asia-Europe summit, this exhibition highlights the 2,500 years of collaboration and exchange between Asia and Europe. Ferocious leade...
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Charles Van der Stappen

20 July - 26 September 2010. On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the death of Charles Van der Stappen (1843-1910) the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium present a comprehensive exhibition o...
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A Passage to Asia: 25 Centuries of Exchange between Asia and Europe

25 June - 10 October 2010. Organised to coincide with the 2010 Asia-Europe summit in October, this exhibition highlights the 2,500 years of collaboration and exchange between Asia and Europe. Fero...
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Visionary Africa

30 May - 26 September 2010. With the objective of a long-term collaborative project between BOZAR and the Royal Museum for Central Africa, the cultural diversity of the African continent is being high...
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Marcel Broodthaers

2 July - 6 September 2010. Marcel Broodthaers (1924 - 1976) was a Belgian poet, film maker and anti-authority artist who often approached his work with a finely-honed literary awareness and keen sense...
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Fighting the Box

11 June - 3 October 2010. 'Fighting the Box' features the work of 20 designers who have agreed to to reveal the secrets of their creative process and the journey between concept and finished product....
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The Age of Symbolism in Latvia

10 June - 19 September 2010. In cooperation with the Latvian National Museum of Art, Brussels' Department of Cultural Affairs presents an exhibition of Latvian Symbolism. Not immediately synonymous in...
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Haydn

Until 17 June 2010. On the 200th anniversary of Franz Joseph Haydn's death (1732 - 1809), BOZAR celebrates the Austrian's enormous contribution to classical music. With a catalogue numbering 1,874 pag...
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Symbolism in Belgium

26 March - 27 June 2010. Tracing the evolution of symbolism, this exhibition looks back at the origins of the movement in the romantic paintings and poetry of the late 19th century. The exhibition...
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Tove Jansson's Dreamworld

2 March - 29 August 2010. Tove Jansson (1914 - 2001) was a Finnish illustrator and author who created the highly popular 'Moomin' series of comic characters. Originally published in novel format,...
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Sixties! The Colours of Freedom

12 February - 31 December 2010. The Museum of Costume and Lace documents the female 'clothes revolution' of the 1960s. The exhibition follows the liberation and freedom experienced by western wome...
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Mundos Mexicanos

11 February - 11 April 2010. Why has Mexican photography been internationally applauded for so long? In 'Mundos Mexicanos' 25 Mexican photographers provide the answer, with stunning examples of Mexica...
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Frida Kahlo y su Mundo

16 January - 18 April 2010. As an artist and as a woman, Frida Kahlo never bowed to convention. She was a driving force behind the symbolist and surrealist movements, and soon became famous not only i...
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The Other World: Puppet Theatre in China

28 October 2009 - 24 January 2010. Puppet theatre is a well-established traditional art form in China, ingrained in every strata of society, both rural and urban, and is viewed seriously in comparison...
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CHINA@BOZAR

Attracted by its surging economy and rich oriental culture, the western world has never been this interested in China. However, how much do we really know about this vast country and its people? What...

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