Newsletter May #2
Carl De Keyser exhibition
As from Thursday May 17, the Oosteroever in Oostende hosts photographer Carl De Keyser’s new exhibition Moments before the flood. Parallel to Isaac Cordal’s work of art Waiting for the Climate Change in De Panne, Carl De Keyser poses the question how European coasts are handling the threat of rising sea levels due to global warming.
The exhibition will run from May 17 until August 26.
Beaufort04 Walking Guide is a success!
Beaufort04 is about to release the third impression of its popular walking guide. It made De Standaard bestseller list for several weeks in row. In the last six weeks, over 15.000 have been sold.
Folding of the largest Rock in Jupille
In our previous newsletter, we announced the arrival of Rock Strangers, Arne Quinze’s art project that will be placed on the Zeeheldenplein in Oostende. On May 10, the largest Rock was folded in the Jupille studio (a small village near Luik). It will arrive in Oostende on May 30.
Media coverage for Beaufort04
In their summer supplements, Nest, Plusmagazine and L’Express pay a lot of attention to Beaufort04. Their Belgian Coast Specials provide you with a lot of interesting tips for a visit to the Beaufort04 exhibition. The Nest Coast Special is now available.
Because of the specific nature of the exhibition, some changes may occur in the Beaufort04 program. For that reason, we have created a page on our website called ‘Changes’. There, you will find all changes concerning opening hours, locations and announcements of special events.
Among other things, the opening hours of Bommenvrij and Villa Hurlebise in Nieuwpoort have been modified, and the work of art Many Dreams by Feipel & Bechameil is temporary closed to the public due to vandalism.