Exhibition News - 'Dream Big' with Stephane Vereecken

Exhibition News - 'Dream Big' with Stephane Vereecken

July 20, 2018

Stephane Vereecken has been exhibiting publicly since the mid 90's and his artwork has received acclaim through being published in Belgian, French, English and American art related magazines. This month his works are being exhibited in the 'Dream Big' group exhibition at the ArtZone42 Gallery in Athens, Greece. 

Exhibition Dates: 12th July, 2018 to 28th July 2018

Exhibition Hours: 3pm to 9pm daily

Venue: ArtZone42 Gallery, Leof. Vasileos Konstantinou 42, Athens 116 35, Greece

Google Maps - https://tinyurl.com/y8p2jcju

Group Show Participating Artists:
Magda Apostolou, Elena Arsenidou, Antonis Avgeris, Constantinos Valaes, Olivia Berger, Efi Verikiou, Ioanna Zikidou, Christina Kolaiti, Chara Kassara, Katerina Koumpi, Kaiti Lialiampidou, Caroline Luigi, Stefanie Manhillen, Ada Margariti, Christina Michou, Tasos Nyfadopoulos, Katerina Xarchopoulou, Athena Panagiotidou, Lilian Pitsa, SAKE, Myrto Samouilidi, Nikos Sialakas, Mary Stefanou, Asterios Toris, Alexandros Tzallas, Georgia Trouli, Eleni Tsilili, Stéphane Vereecken, Olga Chandeli, Christina Chaniotou

If you cannot make it to the show view Stephane's full collection - The Online Art Gallery of Stephane Vereecken




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