Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels

Exterior of the Centre for Fine Arts building (''BOZAR'') in Brussels The Centre for Fine Arts (; ) is a multi-purpose cultural venue in the Royal Quarter of Brussels, Belgium. It is often referred to as BOZAR (a homophone of ''Beaux-arts'') in French or by its initials PSK in Dutch. This multidisciplinary space was designed to bring together a wide range of artistic events, whether music, visual arts, theatre, dance, literature, cinema or architecture.

The building housing the Centre for Fine Arts was designed by the architect Victor Horta in Art Deco style, and completed in 1929 at the instigation of the banker and patron of the arts Henry Le Bœuf. It includes exhibition and conference rooms, a cinema and a concert hall, which serves as home to the Belgian National Orchestra (BNO). It is located at 23, /, between the and the headquarters of BNP Paribas Fortis, and across the street from the . This site is served by Brussels-Central railway station and Parc/Park metro station on lines 1 and 5 of the Brussels Metro. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Orley, Bernard van
Published 2019
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