Musik für ein haus

15/10/2017 - 15/10/2017

“Music, however immaterial it may be, can impose its density and its space. Of all the arts, this is the closest thing to architecture,” Renzo Piano.

Victor Horta related to this magnificent phrase by Renzo Piano. Its architecture permanently weaves links with musical gesture, both in rhythm and in ornamentation. Originally, the young Horta who studied the violin, wanted to become a musician but he was dismissed from the Brussels Conservatory because of … his indiscipline. So he became an architectThe last dialogue of this journey: the Museum will also host installations by students of the superior school of the visual arts of La Cambre; contemporary counterpoint to the thought of Horta.

“Total art,” said Richard Wagner…

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