Opening exhibition Ney & Partners – Corentin Haubruge. 21 bruggen in het landschap, Hasselt (BE)

We are delighted to announce that on Sunday March 10 at 3 pm our photo exhibition on the generic bridge design of 21 bridges of the Canal Albert opens in CCHA.

In the mid-1990s, the ‘Flemish Waterways’ decided to ensure the future of inland navigation on the Albert Canal by raising the existing bridges and building a significant number of new ones. Ney & Partners won the design brief in 2009 with a proposal for a generic steel arch bridge.
Thirteen years later Corentin Haubruge has created a photographic inventory for Ney & Partners of the 21 bridges that have since been realised. It is a remarkable beautiful series of photographs. They show the visible presence of the infrastructure and its users in the natural and built environment. At the same time, the images resonate because they capture the invisible dimensions of time, light and matter. The exhibition is an unusual combination of a portrait of Flanders and the 21 bridges in the landscape of the Albert Canal. In collaboration with CCHA. 

Exhibition until 19 May 2024, Tuesday to Sunday 1-5 pm, closed on Mondays and public holidays. Free admission.
Bridge of Kuringen (BE) © Corentin Haubruge

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