Visit and “Borrel” with AEPH to KunstRAI Art Amsterdam 2015
29th of May, Friday
KunstRAI Art Amsterdam 31st Edition
It is an honour to pass to AEPH members and friends a personal invitation from Mr. Erik Hermida, the Director at Onderneming & Kunst, to take part in the borrel at the Oyster Bar (First Terrace) of Kunst RAI on the 29th of May, Friday.
Date: 29th of May 2015, Friday
Venue: Hal 7, Amstelhal, Amsterdam RAI (Wielingenstraat entrance)
Price: Members: 7€/ No – members: 17€
Registration: it is mandatory and capacity is limited, to register click here: Registration Visit and “Borrel” with AEPH to KunstRAI Art Amsterdam 2015
It will be a pleasure for AEPH and friends to be warmly welcomed by the director of KunstRAI himself. We will also have with us the Vrienden van het Rijksmuseum, the Amsterdamsche Kring and the Tituscirkel.
What is more, the members and friends of AEPH will have the opportunity to be received by the esteemed patroness of the arts – the Spanish gallery owner Alicia Winters.
Please attend the event and expand your social and professional networks! But more importantly, come and treat your eyes with splendid modern and contemporary works of art!
The KunstRAI is the leading Amsterdam art fair for modern and contemporary art from both Dutch as well as foreign artists. A one-audience fair with 60 high class galleries reflecting the diversity, quality and pluralism of the historic rich offer of Dutch art.
Culturetrip.com proclaimed the KunstRAI Amsterdam second best cultural event of 2014.
About Alicia Winters Gallery
Alicia Winters Gallery is a gallery in Arnhem, The Netherlands. It presents contemporary art with a focus on Spain.
Owner and director Alicia Winters set up the gallery in 2008 in Velp, near Arnhem. In 2010 her son Joep Winters started assisting her in her activities and in 2012 they became joint owners. In September 2012 the gallery moved to a new and bigger location on Van Muijlwijkstraat 52 in Arnhem. 2 years later, in October 2014, the gallery settled in the current location on Walstraat 60, in the city centre of Arnhem.