Patrick ten Brink.


Patrick ten Brink is the editor of THE CIRCLE: A BRUSSELS ANTHOLOGY, an anthology comprising works of 34 authors from 19 countries. He has edited and authored several non-fiction books on the environment and published a range of short stories and poems including the forthcoming collection entitled URBAN ENIGMAS, capturing the many elements that make him smile as he cycles through Brussels. He is a Dreamer Creative Writing Haiku competition winner, 2018, and is currently completing a fantasy novel trilogy – THE GUARDIANS OF THE TIDES

15 November 2022

The political messages of Venice Biennale’s National Pavilions

Ever since its opening in 1895, the Venise Biennale created, through the National Pavilions and wider exhibits, an opportunity for countries to share their artistic creations, […]
11 November 2022

The strange beauty of Murano glass

Glass is a fragile thing forged hot and has a four-thousand-year history of inspired creation. At the Glasstress 2022 – State of Mind exhibition at the […]
4 November 2022

The harsh honest truth of Anselm Kiefer in Venice

Going to the Venice for the Biennale is a conversation between the now and a thousand years of yesterday. The exhibition by Anselm Kiefer at the […]
20 May 2022

The majestic creativity of nature

Really taking the time to see nature around us is ever rarer nowadays, so when I came across Karl Blossfeldt’s Art Forms in Nature exhibition at […]
28 January 2022

Brussels welcomes exhibition on Australian Aboriginal art

It is always good to challenge one’s idea of another’s culture, upgrade one’s appreciation of history, and be moved by a vibrant present. Before Time Began, […]
31 December 2021

Remembering The Battle of Little Big Horn

History, when remembered, is like time travel. It can be exciting tourism, sate curiosity and help us forget today’s toils, but it can also be a […]
4 November 2021

Something Beautiful. An exhibition at La Vallée in Brussels

Many things beautiful are happening at La Vallée in Molenbeek this week – painters, dancers, sculptors, poets and performance artists have come together in the second […]
18 August 2021

Photographic tales of Le Havre’s rebirth

Travel often takes you elsewhere to the somewhere that you selected. We chose the coastal town of Le Havre in France, and were advised to see […]
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