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01.08.2020 17:00

Elien Ronse, Stijn Van Dorpe, Roger Fähndrich / Zomersalon: Buy Local

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Happening:
Tranen van de Kunstmarkt

In the context of Zomersalon Buy Local we come together to collect tears from the art market. A happening in Kunsthal where we share stories about the selling, buying and owning of art from different perspectives. Everybody is welcome to listen and/or share stories, anecdotes, small performances, reflections on the topic of commodification and the market. Every contribution is represented by a tear in the bottle.

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