Coup de Ville

26 October 2010

Or: 'the occupied city' - or: Sint-Niklaas, Belgium.

The event showed contemporary art in public as well as private areas.

More than 40 artists took part in it.

Pretty glad we attended it (even if it only were the very last hours :D).


The image above shows work by artist Hans Demeulenaere.

Arts curator Jan Hoet seems to enjoy it!

The installation is an inverse copy of the space it's presented in.

That actual space is the cleverly shaped tunnel studio of architect Jao Smet.

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Coup de Ville was posted by Serge at 26 October 2010 13:00. This entry was posted in the category exhibition.



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