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Concertgebouw Brugge - Brugge Foto

29 November 2017

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  • Brugge Foto 17 (03.12.2017-07.01.2018)
    Two exhibitions can be seen in Concertgebouw Brugge
    ‘Ad Noctum’ with Annelies de Mey, Karin Borghouts, Aurora Dal Mas and Zoë Parton.
    Karin Borghouts will show the large photograph (270 x 180 cm) which was exhibited in Ozenay (France) this summer.
    This exhibition is linked to December Dance 17. Curator Christian Rizzo feels inspired by darkness and obscurity and by music like the Nocturnes of Chopin and Satie.

    You can also visit the solo exhibition of Sammy Slabbinck, collages and prints in Concertgebouw Brugge.

    You will be also able to visit the Concertgebouw (Architects Robbrecht & Daem) and its (sound) art collection from Wednesdays to Sundays via a brand new Visitors’ Trail, with surprising additions, such as a huge sound model of the building and a musical postcard.

    10 exhibitions within walking distance in Bruges, featuring photos by established and fledgling photographers.

    Concertgebouw Brugge is Meeting Point for Brugge Foto 2017.
    Open Wednesday - Sunday, 2 - 6 pm / Closed 24, 25/12 and 31/12/2017 and 01/01/2018
    On Sunday 10 - 12:30 the Concertgebouw can be visited too via the Visitor’s Trail.
    Combiticket Concertgebouw – Volkskundemuseum: € 8 (Inhabitants of Bruges: free)
    Concertgebouw Brugge
    Brugge Foto 2017

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