"Serendipity" - A Group Show featuring Stephane Vereecken

November 02, 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 'Serendipity' group exhibition at the Piraeus Banking Centre, 12 - 14 Katouni Str, Thessaloniki, Greece. 

 

Exhibition Dates:  15th November, 2018 to 30th November 2018

Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 11am to 7pm / Saturday 10am to 4pm

Venue: The Piraeus Banking Centre, 12-14 Katouni Str, Thessaloniki, Greece

Google Maps -   https://tinyurl.com/y7e4epyq

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




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