From May 8th till Oct 24th, Triennial Bruges brings contemporary art and architecture to Bruges. For its third edition, Triennial Bruges 2021: TraumA delves beneath the surface, in search of the hidden dimensions of the city. For many, Bruges is a dream destination, seemingly picture perfect, but is it? Does the fabulous city that is Bruges also have a downside? And if so, dare we show it? Thirteen national and international artists and architects pondered this very question. They went in search of life behind the stately facades, how Bruges is experienced and lived. Their artistic interventions form a trail of imagination and wonder. They take you to places that oscillate between dream and reality, between what is real and what is delusional.
THE “COLONNADE” INSTALLATION REMAINS I...
The monumental installation Colonnade by architect duo Gijs Van Vaerenbergh will remain in Baron Ruzette Park. That is what the municipal executive has decided.04.10.2021
24.10 | the end of the Bruges Triennial 2021
The end of this third edition of Triennial Bruges is fast approaching. Pay a visit to the thirteen installations in the city and discover a fine selection of art and arch...30.09.2021
LAST WEEK | The Porous City closes on 26.09
Sunday 26.09 is the last day you can visit the exhibition in the Poortersloge.19.09.2021
Raumlaborberlin wins Golden Lion during La Biennal...
Raumlaborberlin, who participated in Triennial Bruges in 2018 with their installation House of Time, will win the Golden Lion for architecture this year for their partici...09.09.2021
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