Ideally situated in one of the most elegant areas in Brussels that is named after the famous architect Victor Horta (1861-1947), the art nouveau exhibition at the Prague House is not only a cultural bridge between the two capitals. It is also a passage inside an art movement that strived for “the multiplication and intensification of life”.
The exhibition takes the public into a universe made of idyllic glasses and ceramics, geometric chairs and emblematic posters. One poster gently announces “...

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