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01.08.2021 15:00

Rondleiding door Zomersalon 2021: Buy Local

Pay what you can

Berserk Art Agency presenteert:
de keuze van Anouk Focquier

Rondleiding door Zomersalon 2021

Anouk Focquier (Berserk Art Agency) geeft een persoonlijke rondleiding door Zomersalon 2021.

Aanvang: 15.00.
Tickets: pay what you can.
Reserveren niet nodig, kom op tijd.

Berserk Art Agency

Berserk Art Agency is een kunstagentschap voor beeldende kunstenaars die hun manier van werken herdefiniëren en verkennen.

Wij werken met kunstenaars die, net als wij, gefascineerd zijn door het onbekende en daarbij grenzen verleggen die de verbeelding te boven gaan. Ons beleid is het aangaan van duurzame relaties met kunstenaars en het creëren van de ideale setting voor artistieke processen en productie.

Berserk Art Agency heeft geen fysieke galerie, we zijn liever nomadisch. Wij bieden studiobezoeken aan voor verzamelaars en kunstprofessionals om het werk in het echt te zien.

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