Galerie WAGNER LE TOUQUET FRANCE Exposition Collective Artistes

Publié le 2014-11-20

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Vernissage de l’exposition « Affinités abstraites » le samedi 29 novembre 2014 à 18h, 96 rue de Paris 62520 Le Touquet Paris-Plage, en présence de plusieurs artistes.

L’exposition réunit plus d’une centaine d’oeuvres de divers artistes qui s’illustrent dans les courants de l’abstraction.

Artistes présentés : Catherine Barthélémy, Mahjoub Ben Bella, Laurent Bolognini, Delphine Brabant, Brantt, Geneviève Claisse, Norman Dilworth, Arthur Dorval, Amaury Dubois, John Hutton, Guy de Lussigny, Aurélie Poinat, Sato Satoru, Hans Steinbrenner, Marie-Thérèse Vacossin, Hilde Van Impe, Thomas Vinson, Rachel Wickremer

A découvrir jusqu’au 11 janvier 2015.


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