For its thirteenth year, The Accessible Art Fair (ACAF) Brussels will be pleased to present a new selection of self-represented artists to the public in the cultural institution BOZAR, 10-13 October 2019. All artists are encouraged to be present during the fair. Applicants will have their work reviewed by a jury of art professionals.
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October 10 - Preview Reception
October 11 and 12 day time open to public
October 12 - Special DJ night with Simon de Pury
October 13 - Day Time open to public
The Centre for Fine Arts (BOZAR), a palace of the arts. Immense and yet almost invisible, overlooking the city and yet buried underground, multiple and yet unified, prestigious and yet open to all...this was how Victor Horta imagined the first cultural centre of its kind to be constructed in Europe, the Brussels Centre for Fine Arts.
His ambitious project was designed to meet several challenges. A town planning one, first of all: linking the upper to the lower town. An architectural one: creating a building that would meet the needs of different disciplines while still preserving its own architectural cogency. An artistic challenge: to host all forms of art, at the highest level and in the best possible conditions. A cultural challenge, finally: to make art accessible to as many people as possible, free of elitism but without lowering standards.