Museums are closed and events have been canceled. In order to fight the corona virus, we must all adhere to stricter measures. Fortunately, there is still room to take a detour now and then. Time enough to discover your own neighborhood through visual art in public space. On the BKOR website you will find a map of all the works that you can see during a walk, including information about the work, the background and the maker.
We already highlight a few works that you can (re) discover on your route:
1. Katendrecht: Broken Light (2010) by Rudolf Teunissen
2. Charles: The Fisherman (2006) by Ger C. Bout
3. Ship's quarter: Tsar Peter the Great (1997) by Leonid Baranov
4. New West: The voices of blood in my handkerchief (2004) by Arno Coenen
5. Crooswijk: Volt (2015) by Daniël van Nes
If you go out, of course, follow the rules that RIVM prescribes. Always keep a distance of 1,5m during your outdoor trips. If you are not able to take a detour, you can also take a virtual trip.
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Publication date: 24 / 03 / 2020