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Que faire à Bruxelles? Les recommendations de notre Maison d'hôtes.
Notre maison d'hôtes, Living in Brûsel, vous recommande à voir les événements suivants:
Prints in the Age of Bruegel
27 Febreuary 2019 - 23 June 2019
The exhibition Prints in the Age of Bruegel, presented jointly by BOZAR and the Royal Library of Belgium, paints a picture of print production in the Southern Netherlands in the age of Bruegel. The famous painter’s own production is only the tip of the iceberg: in the shadow of this giant there are many gems of printmaking to be discovered.
Bernard van Orley - Brussels and the Renaissance
20 February 2019 - 26 May 2019
Bernard van Orley was one of the pivotal figures of the Renaissance in the Low Countries. BOZAR and other prominent Belgian institutions are teaming up for the first major monographic exhibition devoted to this 16th century artist. Van Orley was a painter at the court of Margaret of Austria and Mary of Hungary and was inundated with commissions. As a young man he was already at the head of one of the biggest workshops of his time. He painted religious subjects and also designed wall tapestries and stained glass windows. In this exhibition special attention is paid to his portraits that place him at the centre of an important network of political advisors, influential clergymen and humanist thinkers. His work was in constant dialogue with that of contemporaries such as Albrecht Dürer and Raphael.
Beyond Klimt -New Horizons in Central Europe, 1914-1938
21 september éà&! - 20 January 2019
The end of WWI and the Austro-Hungarian Empire also meant the revival of major developments in the art world. Political and economic shifts led to artistic migrations, new ideas and perspectives and new artistic networks sprang up all over the place. Artists met up in arts centres and international associations and used magazines to communicate across political borders. They believed their artistic identity was more important than their nationality. This exhibition is your chance to take a look at the Central European territories in full transition through the eyes of Gustav Klimt, Josef Capek, Egon Schiele, Oskar Kokoschka, László Moholy-Nagy and 75 other artists.
Chris Marker, Memories of the Future
19 September - 8 January 2019
BOZAR and La Cinématèque française join forces for a journey through the world and archives of Chris Marker (1921-2012), the militant filmmaker behind La Jetée (1962), not to mention an author, photographer, artist, musician and globetrotter. Nouvelle Vague film director Alain Resnais called him “the prototype of the twenty-first-century man.” Hyper-versatile and cosmopolite.
Klimt's Magic Garden
21 September - 20 January 2018
Put on some virtual reality glasses and enter the wonderful world of Gustav Klimt (1862-1918). VR artist and filmmaker Frederick Baker has created a virtual paradise inspired by the series of three mosaics that the master of Austrian Art Nouveau designed for the Stoclet Palace in Brussels. A hundred years after his death you have the chance to set off on a quest in a golden universe full of twisting tendrils, waterfalls and luxuriant roses. But first visit the exhibition Beyond Klimt. New Horizons in Central Europe 1914-1938 and admire some of the artist's works in reality.
Disover the three main exhibitions of the Festival
Ancestors & Rituals - 11 10 '17 > 14 01 '18 @ BOZAR
Power and other things. Indonesia & Art (1835-now) - 18 10 '17 > 21 01 '18 @ BOZAR
Archipel - 25 10 '17 > 21 01 '18 @ La Boverie
Since 1969, the EUROPALIA arts biennial invites you to discover the art and cultures of a guest country. The festival doesn’t limit itself to a single genre or discipline. Do you like to marvel at archaeological treasures or contemporary installations? Do you enjoy world and classical music, hip hop and punk? Are you a great fan of traditional puppet theatre or experimental dance? Or do you like to discover the world through a good book or an exciting movie? In the EUROPALIA programme, you are bound to find something you will enjoy!
Bruxelles vous propose une vie culturelle exceptionnelle avec plus de 100 musées et lieux à visiter, de l'incontournable musée Magritte...au délicieux musée de la bière...
Un Tram Experience qui devient une véritable vitrine de la gastronomie bruxelloise. Si 2012 a vu des chefs doublement étoilés originaires de tout le pays se succéder en signature des plats proposés à bord, cette année fera la part belle aux chefs étoilés bruxellois.
Commémoration de la Première Guerre Mondiale (1914 - 18) en Belgique.
- Par le Gouvernement belge:
La Première Guerre mondiale, de 1914 à 1918 a bouleversé l'histoire de notre pays et du monde entier
Trois cérémonies commémoratives à rayonnement international
- En Wallone et Bruxelles:
Centenaire de la Guerre 14-18: Agenda d'événements et commémorations
A l’occasion de la commémoration du centenaire de la Première Guerre Mondiale, découvrez tout un programme d’événements organisés en Wallonie et à Bruxelles.
- En Flandre: