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BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts, Brussels

(3.4/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
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  • A very active institution with great exhibitions and cultural activities. Well organized and with a very helpful staff. Top quality exhibition that changes regularly. A must visit every time you are i...  more »
  • A beautiful art deco with a pretty impressive hall building. The Picasso exhibition consisted of beautiful pieces beautifully highlighted. But there were lots of world, a lot of groups with their guides who were invading the space suddenly. A one hour tour around 30... Finally quite short for a ticket at € 18 per person...
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  • Beautiful exhibition with sculptures by Picasso that is not the core business of the master. I was more impressed with the paintings. Though pressure on Sunday with many groups with guides who love to dominate certain places where the other attendees be totally ignored and are supposed to wait until the undoubtedly expert explanations are end and everyone can continue its way. Only training guides (read empathy for the other attendees) would not be bad. What Bozar itself is concerned, I share the view of many that indeed this is a patchwork of many activities, but that this can and should be much easier than it is today. Confusion is an emotion that you do not attach directly to a museum.
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