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10.10.2021 10:00

Rondleiding, start om 10.00 uur

Price: € 10

Gandante presenteert:
Karmelieten, Kunsthal Gent en de Drongenhofkapel

Rondleiding: Bezoek het kunstproject in de Drongenhofkapel in combinatie met een bezoek aan Kunsthal Gent en de oude Karmelieten. Op zondag 10 oktober 2021 om 10u00. Startplaats: Drongenhof 15 (Patershol) te Gent met gids Maggy Van Herreweghe.

We bezoeken de prachtige Drongenhofkapel in het Patershol, daar ontdekt u drie hedendaagse kunstwerken van Berlinde De Bruyckere, Dirk Braeckman en Wim Delvoye en de geschiedenis van de prachtige kapel.

Maar dit is niet alles. In het tweede uurtje van de rondleiding verplaatsen we ons naar Kunsthal Gent (het voormalige Caemersklooster). In Kunsthal Gent ontmoeten verschillende artistieke spelers en disciplines in de kunsten elkaar. Tijdens een rondleiding in Kunsthal Gent gaat onze gids dieper in op twee zaken. Enerzijds de vruchtbare artistieke bodem die het pand heeft in haar huidige invulling. Maar anderzijds komt ook de geschiedenis van het veertiende-eeuwse Karmelietenklooster aan bod.

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