New contemporary art gallery opens in Brussels

Friday, 17 November 2017 17:18
A new space dedicated to contemporary art has opened in Brussels.
It’s a creative space, where people can meet and see the exhibition, since Malika Es-Saïdi, it’s founder, is herself an artist and her studio is located at the back of the gallery.

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The opening exhibition is dedicated to the duo Amina Rezki and Arié Mandelbaum, which was born out of a beautiful "little history of art and artists". 

You can view the exhibition Thursday to Saturday 2-6pm until December 22nd 2017 at Avenue Louis Lepoutre 73, 1050 Brussels.

Discover more at www.artstories.be 

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