An experimental program of contemporary art formed the core of the multi-disciplinary Revolution/Restoration project, which started in 2003 and went on for three years. Throughout the season, young artists were given a blank cheque to reflect their vision of the Centre for Fine Arts as a building and as an institution: how was it designed and arranged, what is its place in the urban landscape and in the cultural and socio-economic fabric of Brussels, and how will it work in future?


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