Bozar is devoting an exhibition to one of the best-known modern artists, and a passionate observer of a bustling century: Fernand Léger. His painting broke with artistic conventions and sought to show rhythm of a fast-moving society. His environment was the urban landscape of cars and machinery. Before becoming a painter, Léger was an architect’s apprentice, and his special connection with architecture would stay with him. He was enthralled by Charlie Chaplin and cinema, and throughout his career, Léger worked with directors, choreographers and composers, designing scenery and costumes. This remarkable exhibition aims to present every facet of this twentieth-century giant.
After visiting the exhibition we will go for a drink together to talk about our impressions and observations. Obviously, this second part is optional so don't worry about it if you are not able to join us.
Remember to sign up via the Art for Everyone website (see link) otherwise you will not be on the list. Thank you for understanding!
Careful: This is a visit NOT a guided tour!!!