Between May 8th and September 26th 2021, the city of Bruges will offer the possibility to explore contemporary art and architecture once more. During the 3rd edition of the Bruges Triennial 2021: TraumA twelve artists and architects will show new, ephemeral installations in the historic centre of the Belgian world heritage city.
From 10 July to 13 September, the Bruges Pre-Triennial will be setting up camp in Sint-Michiels with PLATFORM, a brand new exhibition pavilion designed by students of Applied Architecture from Howest (West-Flanders University College), in which a series of Bruges-linked guests will be given carte blanche.
The Bruges Triennial presents its theme for 2021: TraumA. From May to September an enticing trail, studded with international installations, takes us to places that switch intriguingly between fantasy and reality, between delusion and actuality.
'25/25 contemporary art and architecture in Bruges' shows a palette of permanent interventions in Bruges that are well-worth (re)discovering. Download the city map here.
Skyscraper (the Bruges Whale) has left Utrecht waters and migrated to Asia. This eye-catching installation – created by StudioKCA for the Bruges Triennial 2018: Liquid City – is now turning heads in Singapore, her first stop on her Asian Pacific Tour.
'House of Time, on living in the now' is a look back at the eponymous social-artistic project that was started in Bruges (BE) in 2017. Order your copy here.
Skyscraper (the Bruges Whale) has arrived in Utrecht. Last summer this StudioKCA installation was an eye-catcher during the Bruges Triennial 2018: Liquid City.
Leading online architecture magazine Dezeen has named the selgascano pavilion – which featured in the Bruges Triennial 2018 – one of the world’s ten best pavilions of 2018.