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Opening: 27.11.2020 – 12:00

27.11—11.12.2020

Exhibition

Lockdown II:
Ritsart Gobyn

To bridge the gap between the second lockdown and the reopening of Ritsart Gobyn's exhibition ‘Memories Of Things To Be Done’, we translated some of his paintings to life-size prints. 35 posters of 7 scanned paintings can be discovered in the streets of Ghent. Go and have a look!

Lockdown II:
Ritsart Gobyn

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