TRIBRU24 strengthens ties with triennials

On Friday 12 January 2024, the Bruges Triennial signed a cooperation charter with the triennials of Kortrijk, Beaufort and Dunkirk (FR). The agreement strengthens the ties between the art triennials in Flanders and northern France by creating a structural framework for future collaboration.

TRIBRU also develops educational packages

Discover Bruges Triennial with your class or family with our educational packages.

Bruges Triennial 2024 announces locations

Twelve contemporary art and architecture installations will soon be appearing in the historic centre of Bruges, ready for the opening on 13 April 2024. Together with the curators, they went in search of hidden or little-known sites in the city centre, West Bruges and Zeebrugge, with the aim of temporarily giving them a new interpretation.

Curator Sevie Tsampalla obtains doctorate

Co-curator of Bruges Triennial 2024: Spaces of Possibility, Sevie Tsampalla, was finalising her PhD thesis in exhibition studies when she started working with Bruges Triennial in 2022. Her research builds on her long-standing interest in intersections of art, activism, exhibition making and public space, as well as involvement in collectives and biennials.

Construction Bruges Triennial 2024 starts

In the coming weeks, Bruges Triennial 2024 will temporarily reshape Bruges from its appearance. The twelve monumental art and architecture installations will soon rise in the city and in Zeebrugge.

Bruges Triennial seeks your story

Bruges Triennial 2024: Spaces of Possibility is looking for stories for Adrien Tirtiaux's work about the old connecting road that connected the Old Saint John's Hospital and the Minnewater Clinic between 1938 and 1976. The artist chose this location for his installation for Bruges Triennial 2024. There he will uncover part of this connecting road again.

In full view: construction TRIBRU24

Over the next few weeks, TRIBRU24 is temporarily reshaping Bruges' appearance.

Lecture | Shingo Masuda & Richard Venlet

On Tuesday 16 April, Archipel and Bruges Triennial organise a duo lecture with Shingo Masuda (JP) and Richard Venlet (AU). The Japanese architect and visual artist will talk about the richness of scarcity.

Festive opening Bruges Triennial 2024

On Sunday 14 April, we celebrate the start of Bruges Triennial: Spaces of Possibility with festive activities, exciting interventions and pleasant encounters.

Discover "Star of the Sea" now in Zeebrugge

Bruges Triennial 2024: Spaces of Possibility officially launches on 13 April, but as a preview, one of the twelve art and architectural installations can already be discovered on the beach at Zeebrugge. Star of the Sea by British artist Ivan Morison is a coproduction by the Bruges Triennial 2024 and Beaufort Triennial; this is their fourth collaboration.