THE WORLD OF STEVE McCURRY

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The World of Steve McCurry presents more than 200 photos in a large format. It is the  the largest and most complete retrospective dedicated to the American photographer. One can admire his most famous photographs, realized throughout his 35 years of career, as well as his most recent photographs and many unpublished ones.

Each of Steve McCurry’s images, mostly known around the world, contains a complex world of experiences and emotions.

The exhibition, designed by Biba Giacchetti, proposes a long journey in The World of Steve McCurry, from Afghanistan to India, from South East Asia to Africa, from Cuba to the United States, from Brazil to Italy. In this vast and fascinating repertory of images, even though he is only evoked, the Human is always the main protagonist.

This photo exhibition will take place in the Stock Exchange of Brussels from March 4rd 2017 until June 25th 2017.

OPENING HOURS

OPEN ON MONDAY 05/06 FROM 10AM UNTIL 7PM

From Monday to Thursday: 9.30am until 5.30pm

Friday: 09.30am until 7pm

Weekend, Belgian school holidays and public holidays: 10am until 7pm

RATES

Adults: 12€


Groups (from 20 people): 10€


Children (6-18 years) and students: 6€


School groups: 6€


Family package (2 adults + 2 children): 32€ + 6€ per extra child

Children under 6 years: free

Audioguide (FR/NL/EN) is included


Guided visit: 70€ for 1h30 (max 20 pers./guide)

Visiting time: 1h - last entrance 1h before closing time

ADDRESS AND RESERVATION

Palais de la Bourse - Beurspaleis

Place de la Bourse - Beursplein Bruxelles 1000 Brussel

info@stevemccurryexpo.be

www.stevemccurryexpo.be

+32(0)2/549.60.49

Reservation for groups and for the disabled

ACCESSIBILITY

The Boulevard in front of ‘ Palais de la Bourse - Beurspaleis ‘ is a pedestrian zone

Tram lines 3 and 4 (Bourse)

Metro lines 1 and 5 (De Brouckère)

Parking : ́ de Brouckère ́, Place de Brouckère, 1

́ 58 ́, Rue de l’Evêque, 1

́ Ecuyer ́, Rue de l’Ecuyer, 11

Central Station Brussels: 700m

B-Excursions : train + entry