On the occasion of Museum Night Fever, the Boghossian Foundation travels back in time. Let yourself be carried away by the festive atmosphere of the Roaring Twenties and the notes of the Yellow Tones Quartet before returning to the contemporary era with a DJ set by Blossom Culture.
Icons by Henri Loyrette, former Director of the Musée d’Orsay and President-Director of the Musée du Louvre, reveals how spiritual dimensions have been integrated into works of art from antiquity to the present day. Trees for memories proclaims the capacity of art and artists to change the world and enable a more peaceful coexistence.
Yellow Tones Quartet
Led by Thomas Maillet and Pierre Gillet, Yellow Tones Quartet is a quartet composed of a violin, two guitars and a drum set. Mixing jazz and Latin music, they invite the audience to accompany them on a musical journey.
Blossom Culture is a Brussels-based electronic music duo known for their melodies and lush soundscapes. Music lovers since childhood, they grew up with a deep knowledge of music theory and skills which they now apply to create a story in their sets. This musical duo aims to take their listeners on a journey and bend time through sound, blending elements of deep tribal house and Arabic spice.