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Beaufort04

Yesterday we began working on Isaac Cordal’s contribution to Beaufort04. Isaac is creating a body of work called ‘Waiting for Climate Change’ that will be exhibited on the beach of De Panne as well as in a local historic villa once occupied by Chalutier.

Beaufort has efficiently created an enormous space for contemporary art in the public landscape and produced a series of work along the coast that would make any museum collection drool. The first three editions included artists like Wim Delvoye, John Baldessari, Al Wei Wei and Anthony Gormley and this year promises not to disappoint. Artists including Arne Quinze, Jaume Plensa, Erwin Wurm and Isaac Cordal will exhibit in a series of public and private spaces throughout the Flemish coast.

March 31st to September 30th, 2012
30 Locations spread across 9 coastal municipalities.



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