Behind the scenes: public art in Ghent

The third and probably final in a series of trips to Ghent, Flanders, took a public art angle with TRACK.

It was an odd story to cover: somewhat chaotic, at times baffling, often frustrating. Not easy in a short timeframe.

Still, I did come away with copy – thanks mainly to a smiling Italian artist and a book about Flemish sociology.

Here are some moments from the trip in images; check my Twitter feed for links to published stories.

2 comments

  1. David, thanks having you again in Ghent! It is always nice to meet, and to take you around through this pleasant and remarkable city. I hope you enjoyed TRACK! Looking forward to your report on the exhibition. Thanks for your time and interest. Philippe

  2. David, thanks having you again in Ghent! It is always nice to meet, and to take you around through this pleasant and remarkable city. I hope you enjoyed TRACK! Looking forward to your report on the exhibition. Thanks for your time and interest. Philippe

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