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From Mon 11.12.17 Arts visuels
  • Look at and listen to photography

    On 21 December and 21 June - when day and night become opposites, the one the shortest, the other the longest - we present two deluxe editions of the photo evenings organised throughout the year in Flanders. Host Anna Luyten presents top photographers and up-and-coming talent in a sparkling cocktail of image, word and music. Topping the bill is supertalented Dutch photographer Ad van Denderen, an éminence grise in the photography world. He’ll tell us all about his project Stone. Magnum photographer Carl De Keyzer will present his latest book and exhibition, about North Korea. American photographer Tomas Van Houtryve, a member of the VII Photo agency, will talk about his project Blue Sky Days. Up-and coming talent Zoë Parton will talk about her series Sofie. Eric Rinckhout will present the newly opened exhibition Ecce Homo. And of course there will also be wonderful music.… Read more

  • Master of the Legend of Saint Lucy Exhibition

    To coincide with Gold, and to celebrate a new publication about the anonymous Master of the Legend of Saint Lucy, the Arentshuis is hosting a small exhibition about the time of Donaas de Moor: Bruges’s Golden Age. The anonymous Master used his home city Bruges as a backdrop for all kinds of religious painting, from an enthroned St. Nicholas to the martyrdom of Saint Lucy.… Read more

  • Obrecht. Missa de Sancto Martino

    Jacob Obrecht and Hans Memling must certainly have crossed paths on Bruges’s cobblestones. And they both commemorated St. Martin of Tours at around the same time. Memling painted a diptych for Maarten van Nieuwenhove, which can now be seen in Sint-Janshospitaal. Obrecht composed a Mass, which Psallentes are performing and contextualising in Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk. A unique opportunity to discover both masterpieces, because the programme includes a mini-tour of the museum.… Read more

  • Look at and listen to photography

    On 21 December and 21 June - when day and night become opposites, the one the shortest, the other the longest - we present two deluxe editions of the photo evenings organised throughout the year in Flanders. Host Anna Luyten interviews four of photography’s big names and introduces three up-and-coming talents. Word and music complete the picture in this feast for the senses, because, as photographer Robert Frank put it: ‘The eye should learn to listen before it looks.’… Read more