Sverre Fehn on exhibit in Brussels

Belgium, Brussels, Oslo,

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The   Palais des Beaux-Arts  in Brussels hosts an exhibition celebrating the work of Norwegian architect Sverre Fehn until January 20, as part of a series of initiatives focusing on Norwegian culture.

Sverre Fehn on exhibit in Brussels Norway Now is a series of events focusing on Norwegian culture in a variety of forms, from dance to contemporary literature, from multimedia installations to jazz. As part of this initiative, the architecture section of Bozar is hosting a retrospective of the work of Sverre Fehn. The Norwegian architect, who died only a few years ago, was particularly well-known in Brussels because of his Norway Pavilion for the 1958 World’s Fair. Winner of the 1997 Pritzker Prize , the architect produced his last projects in Oslo in 2008: Gyldendal House and the National Museum. The exhibition “Sverre Fehn - Intuition – Reflection – Construction” is organised in collaboration with the National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design of Oslo and presents a selection of 26 of the architect’s projects.

Title: Sverre Fehn - Intuition – Reflection – Construction
Dates: December 10 2010 – January 20 2011
Location: Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels - Belgium
Photographs: Haine and Ivar Aasen Centre Orsta, coll. The National Museum - Oslo



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