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Alexandria - Past Futures

Members need to register to get a free ticket. Use the link below to request the code allowing you to book your ticket for free on the website of Bozar. 

Please request your code a few days in advance of your visit as this is done manually and we are also less reachable during the weekend.

Alexandria: Past Futures, an exhibition of some 200 artifacts from major European museum collections, highlights one of the greatest cities of the ancient Mediterranean at the peak of its cultural influence. The exhibition provides a fresh perspective on Alexandria, one of the great centres of ancient civilisation, and sheds light on its urban, political and religious organisations, the everyday life of its citizens, and its influence on science and philosophy, which spanned from the third century B.C. to the fourth century of our era. Some twenty contemporary works of art enhance the theme of the exhibition and, thanks to a carefully designed scenography, provide an analytical and poetic backdrop to its various parts. In addition, incursions into other periods – Byzantine, Arabic, Modern – will enrich the focus of the exhibition and provide a more comprehensive understanding of Alexandria throughout history.

reservation required

Brussels, BOZAR

10:00 - €14

Free for members

Members need to register to get a free ticket. Use the link below to request the code allowing you to book your ticket for free on the website of Bozar. 

Please request your code a few days in advance of your visit as this is done manually and we are also less reachable during the weekend.

Alexandria: Past Futures, an exhibition of some 200 artifacts from major European museum collections, highlights one of the greatest cities of the ancient Mediterranean at the peak of its cultural influence. The exhibition provides a fresh perspective on Alexandria, one of the great centres of ancient civilisation, and sheds light on its urban, political and religious organisations, the everyday life of its citizens, and its influence on science and philosophy, which spanned from the third century B.C. to the fourth century of our era. Some twenty contemporary works of art enhance the theme of the exhibition and, thanks to a carefully designed scenography, provide an analytical and poetic backdrop to its various parts. In addition, incursions into other periods – Byzantine, Arabic, Modern – will enrich the focus of the exhibition and provide a more comprehensive understanding of Alexandria throughout history.

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