seminar 'Oskar Hansen's practice and heritage'
La Loge (Brussels)
LA LOGE, a space for contemporary art, architecture and theory, is devoting three Saturday afternoons in March to the work and heritage of Oscar HANSEN (1922-2005).Oskar HANSEN was an architect, theorist, pedagogue and artist who, in 1959, developed the theory of the 'Open Form', a philosophy putting human activity at the centre of every discipline. With this dyanmic seminar, the organisers would like to bring the heritage and work of Hansen face to face with the practices and problems of the
Stanislas Lem - guest of honour at the MILLENIUM documentary festival
movies to be seen: Walking under water (by E. Kubarska), Abu Haraz (by M. J. Drygas) and Something better to come (by H. Polak)
MILLENIUM, the international documentary film festival, has a clearly-defined place amongst the festivals which are hosted by the city of Brussels. Whether we're shining the spotlight on up-and-coming directors or those whose reputations go before them, the type of guests is as broad as the programme, with films from every continent, which always bring together quality and diversity. This year, three Polish films are on the programme: Walking under water, by Eliza
Exhibition "THE UNIVERSE OF THORGAL"
Belgian Comic Strip Center (BCSC) in Brussels
24/03/15 - 06/09/15
THORGAL, the hero of the epic illustrated saga drawn by Grzegorz ROSIŃSKI and scripted by Jean VAN HAMME, takes centre stage in a second exhibition which is being held at the Belgian Comic Strip Center: THE UNIVERSE OF THORGAL, part two of the Rosiński – Thorgal – Van Hamme triptych. Together with ROSIŃSKI FROM POLAND, this new exhibition gives pride of place to the series Les Mondes de Thorgal, which comprises three cycles: Kriss de Valnor, Louve and La jeunesse de Thorgal.
Exhibition 'The Sultan's World'
BOZAR | Exhibition co-produced by the National Museum of Krakow
27/02/15 - 31/05/15
Brussels Centre of Fine Arts (BOZAR) is holding an exhibition The Sultan's World. The Ottoman Orient in Renaissance Art from 27 February until 31 May 2015.Coproduction: NATIONAL MUSEUM IN KRAKOW | Partnership: POLISH INSTITUTE.>>> Practical information The Ottoman empire, which ruled over Constantinople following the fall of the latter in 1453, enthralled Western society during the Renaissance. A very different kind of civilisation found itself drawing closer to those which were