Once again in 2024, the whole team is looking forward to immersing you in the captivating world of visual art and architecture in the streets of the world heritage city of Bruges.
After three successful editions, a new team of curators has been selected for the 2024 edition. Shendy Gardin and Sevie Tsampalla will take on the curatorship together.
The triennial event that has been surprising Bruges’ residents and visitors alike has already become a valued player in the cultural landscape. An extensive study confirms its place and formulates a framework for the future with concrete values and a new curatorial team.
Take another look at the installations from the last edition of Bruges Triennial.
The monumental installation Colonnade from the architectural duo Gijs Van Vaerenbergh will be retained. This was confirmed by the City Council. You will find it in the Baron Ruzettepark.
raumlaborberlin, which in 2018 created the highly successful participation project House of Time, wins the Golden Lion during the 17th edition of Venice’s international architecture biennale.
Nadia Naveau, who presented her work Les Niches Parties during the third edition of Bruges Triennial, was the 2021 winner of the Grote Prijs Ernest Albert.
The installation Skyscraper (the Bruges Whale) by StudioKCA and designed for Bruges Triennial 2018: Liquid City | Vloeibare Stad is going on tour. The first stop of this Asian Pacific Tour is in Singapore.
From 5 May to 16 September 2018, all those who live and work in Bruges and all who visit the city can enjoy the surprising constructions that artists and architects have devised in response to the consequences of the fluid society.
Twelve (inter)national artists and architects have been invited for TRIBRU24 to think about the city of tomorrow.