The Blue Cross, the well-known animal shelter in the Maria-hendrika park, prepares for a while a new. Everyone can doors, cages, floors, tables and chairs to buy and so the project sponsors. “We maintain good contacts with companies in the region, including the airport,” says entrepreneur and chairman of the animal shelter Fabrice Goffin. “We sat with them together and started brainstorming about how we, the asylum and the airport together in the viewer could convert. Seen painter James Ensor 90 years ago, one of the founders was the asylum, we decided on an art project on its feet." And with success. Artist Hannes D'haese, whose colorful work around solidarity, respect and tolerance turning, set in the entrance hall above the counter 27 penguins exhibit. All unique pieces that are being sold. The proceeds go entirely to the Blue Cross.
Pinguïnfamilie landed on the airport of Oostende: art project must be new animal shelter to push
Oostende Until the end of this year, the international airport, the visit of 27 penguins. ‘The travelling penguin family’ is a striking art installation of arti
06 April 2019 Saturday 16:01
Oostende Until the end of this year, the international airport, the visit of 27 penguins. ‘The travelling penguin family’ is a striking art installation of artist Hannes D'haese. Artists-Siegfried Vynck from Ostend and Nicholas Van Varenberg, son of Jean-Claude Van Damme, working on the project. The general public can the penguins buy, the proceeds go entirely to animal shelter, the Blue Cross, the Coast.