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Victor Bourgeois - Le salut de l'architecture c'est la dèche

Halles Saint-Géry, Brussels
Exhibition
Date18.03.2021 - 05.06.2021

Curation

Iwan Strauven

Coordination

Roxane Le Grelle

Exhibition design

CENTRAL office for architecture and urbanism

Photography

Maxime Delvaux

Graphic design

Laetitia Gendre

Production

Architecture Curating Practice

On the initiative of

urban.brussels

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Victor Bourgeois is the leading Belgian representative of the international Modern Movement and played a central role in the development of modern architecture in Brussels, Belgium and, to some extent, internationally. He is an architect-builder, writer, organizer of cultural events and teacher at the Institut Supérieur des Arts Décoratifs - La Cambre.

The exhibition was divided into two parts. On the one hand, 17 diptychs combined recent photographs by Maxime Delvaux with images that Bourgeois himself had made of his work. A contemporary view thus entered into dialogue with the historical documents and highlighted our way of seeing the architecture of that period. On the other hand, the exhibition offered a broad overview of Bourgeois' work on the basis of 33 projects organized into five themes. These are arranged chronologically and correspond to the evolution of Bourgeois' approach.