The Bruges Triennial 2024 focuses on the future
Last year’s edition of the Bruges Triennial – ‘TraumA’ – was a resounding success. Despite the pandemic, over 350,000 art and architecture lovers explored the c...
“COLONNADE” REMAINS AT THE BARON RUZET...
The monumental installation Colonnade by architect duo Gijs Van Vaerenbergh will remain in Baron Ruzettepark. That is what the municipal executive has decided.
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...
LAST WEEK | The Porous City closes on 26.09
Sunday 26.09 is the last day you can visit the exhibition in the Poortersloge.
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...
‘Strangler’ will be closed on sunday 9...
On sunday 9.09 the installation Strangler will be closed in the morning.
Visit the Bruges Triennial virtually
Tourists are gradually finding their way back to Bruges and discovering the various art and architecture installations that have been set up in the city until 24 October....
Triennial Bruges introduces its hospitality ambass...
In a hidden spot in the Minnewater Park, this week we introduced our 28 hospitality ambassadors in the presence of the board and the curatorial team of Triennial Bruges 2...
Installation Héctor Zamora closed becaus of heavy...
Due to the strong wind, we are forced to close Héctor Zamora's installation in the garden of the Gezellehuis today, 21 May 2021.
Book your visit in advance
It's no longer required to book your visit to the installation of Héctor Zamora in advance. Plan your visit to the exhibition in Poortersloge or the installation in Mus...
Brugge Plus commits to respecting the federal and local measures, along with the basic protocol for Culture during Triennial Bruges 2021 (8 May to 24 October 2021).
Bruges Triennial launches five-part podcast
The Bruges Triennial has launched an inspiring podcast about the history of Bruges and the city's relationship with art and architecture. In five episodes of about 20 min...
Beeld van de Stad Brugge
Met 'Beeld van de stad' ontdek je aan de hand van 70 kunst-en architectuurinstallaties de verborgen en minder verborgen kantjes van de stad waarin het verleden en de toek...
3rd edition of Bruges Triennial announces particip...
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 t...
This summer the Bruges Pre-Triennial 2020 is launc...
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 App...
Triennale Brugge 2021: tussen droom en werkelijkhe...
Het thema voor Triënnale Brugge 2021 is bekend: TraumA. Van mei tot oktober neemt een parcours met internationale installaties je mee naar plekken die laveren tussen dro...
Bruges Triennial 2021: between dream and reality
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 switc...
City map: 25/25 contemporary art and architecture ...
25/25 contemporary art and architecture in Bruges' shows a palette of permanent interventions in Bruges that are well-worth (re)discovering.
Skyscraper (the Bruges Whale) on tour
Skyscraper (the Bruges Whale) has left Utrecht waters and migrated to Asia. This eye-catching installation – created by StudioKCA for the Bruges Triennial 2018 – is n...
House of Time, on living in the now
'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.
Skyscraper (the Bruges Whale) surfaces in Utrecht
Skyscraper (the Bruges Whale) has arrived in Utrecht. Last summer this StudioKCA installation was an eye-catcher during the Bruges Triennial 2018: Liquid City.
The selgascano pavilion is a winner
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 ...