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.

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One response to “Behind the scenes: public art in Ghent

  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

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