"Corps et Ames" with Sylvia Baldeva and Friends

October 22, 2018

Sylvia Baldeva is a Bulgarian born artist who graduated from the University of Sorbonne, Paris with a Bachelors Degree in Fine and Contemporary Art. Her approach to her artistic work takes a multi-disciplinary approach in its various forms of expression. 

Private Viewing - 7pm, Thursday, 8th November, 2018

Exhibition Dates:  7th November, 2018 to 5th December 2018

Opening Hours - 14.00 to 19.30hrs Wednesday to Saturday

Venue: La Gallerie L'Entree Des Artistes

25 rue des Tournelles 75004 Paris

Google Maps -   https://tinyurl.com/y9krfr9g 

 

To view Sylvia's full online collection - The Online Art Gallery of Sylvia Baldeva




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