From 3 July to 6 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.