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01.08.2021 15:00

Tour through Zomersalon 2021: Buy Local

Pay what you can

Berserk Art Agency presents:
de keuze van Anouk Focquier

Tour through Zomersalon 2021

Anouk Focquier (Berserk Art Agency) will give a personal tour through Zomersalon 2021.

Tour starts at 15.00.
Tickets: pay what you can
It is not necessary to make a reservation, but please be in time!

Berserk Art Agency

Berserk Art Agency is an art agency for visual artists who are redefining and exploring their art form.

We work with artists who are, just like us, fascinated by the unknown and push boundaries far beyond imagination. Our policy is setting up long-term relationships with artists and create the ideal setting for artistic processes and production.

Berserk Art Agency does not run a physical gallery, we prefer to be nomadic. We offer studio visits for collectors and art professionals to see the body of work in real life.

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