著作者 Visit Bruges / Jan Darthet
Memling Now: Hans Memling in contemporary art

Memling Now: Hans Memling in contemporary art

Hans Memling was one of the most significant painters of the Burgundian Bruges genre. He painted three altarpieces for the medieval Sint-Janshospitaal. These are considered to be masterpieces amongst the artwork of the Flemish primitives. The world-renowned Ursula Shrine is also one of his works. Hans Memling is a source of inspiration for various contemporary artists and this Bruges exhibition highlights his influences for the first time. As well as a range of portraits by Joseph Kosuth – one of the forefathers of conceptual art – there will also be works on display by African-American painter Kehinde Wiley (who painted an official portrait of Barack Obama) and Syrian-American artist Diana Al-Hadid. Belgian artist David Claerbout will also be creating a new piece of work for this project.
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Kookeet (Cook-eat)

Kookeet (Cook-eat)

Over the last few years, Kookeet has grown to become the highlight of the year for foodies. In 2020, the all-new re-branded food festival was due to celebrate its 10th year. However, due to the coronavirus crisis, the plans have had to be put on hold. Although the festival has been postponed for a year, the chefs of Bruges will still be cooking with enthusiasm. During the coming year, Kookeet will be focusing on the culinary riches of Bruges for one weekend each season. The ingredients: 34 participants, one inspirational person, one general theme, a changing variety of seasonal produce and four culinary journeys of discovery.
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トリエンナーレ ブルージュ2018

トリエンナーレ ブルージュ2018

ブルージュの現代美術と建築ルート Every three years the Bruges Triennial brings contemporary art and architecture to the historic city centre of Bruges: a unique setting and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Since 2015 it has built further on the series of triennials that were put together in 1968, 1971, and 1974 and brought visual arts into the public domain. In each edition, the artistic team invites national and international artists and architects to submit new temporary installations. Some dozen of these works of art and meeting places engage in an active dialogue with their surroundings: alongside waterways, in cobbled streets, in peaceful places of worship, or on vacant lots. For visitors, it will be a summer-long exploration, following a unique and inviting trail with a social aspect.
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