With its architectural programme, A+/Bozar Architecture takes its place in a long tradition of architecture exhibitions and debates at the Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels. It also feeds on 43 years of experience as the leading architectural review in Belgium. A+/Bozar Architecture organises both different types of conferences (NICHE, international talks and symposiums) and exhibitions (NICHE micro-presentations, monographs as well as thematic and travelling shows).
Our ambition is, on the one hand, to put architecture back at the centre of the social debate and, on the other, to serve as a source of information by presenting the different trends in Belgian and international architecture. A+/Bozar Architecture encourages interdisciplinarity.
Local architectural production is approached from a European and international perspective. A+/Bozar Architecture targets a public that is interested in contemporary architecture and, more broadly, in current issues connected to the built environment. A+/Bozar Architecture works regularly with reputed architecture centres in Belgium and abroad.
To develop and contribute to the elaboration of its programme, A+/Bozar Architecture relies on a committee composed of members of partner institutions as well as experts from the world of Belgian and international architecture.
Project coordinator: Marie-Cécile Guyaux
Assistant production: Roxane Le Grelle
Jean-Didier Bergilez, Stéphane Damsin, Véronique Patteeuw
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