Forgotten Postcards Exhibition

Forgotten Postcards Exhibition

I am very excited to announce the first exhibition of the Forgotten Postcards series. After our success at 3 Accessible Art Fair events, we are now showing at the beautiful Aspria Lifestyle event building in Brussels. I hope you can join us for the vernissage on December 2nd and have a glass of champagne while you enjoy the art.

If you can’t make it to the opening, you can still see the show during the opening hours of the Aspria club. If you would like a personal tour, don’t hesitate to email me. I live close to the club and if I’m available I’d be more than happy to walk through with you.

In other news, several of the Forgotten Postcards will also be on display, throughout December, at the stunning Brenart Gallery on Ave. Louise. This exhibition is to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the ArtMagna group which ACM Photography was recently asked to join.

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3 Responses to “Forgotten Postcards Exhibition”

  1. Sherry Ott says:

    Congratulations!! I’m so excited for you and it’s so deserved! I wish I was there to see it. However – I’ve already passed on to some friends in Brussels – so hopefully they will come in my absence.
    What are you guys doing for the holidays? I’ll be in Europe for a week – in Milan. Not close enough to stop by – but I look forward to seeing you both this summer when I’m there for the mongol rally!
    Sherry

    • Alison says:

      Thanks so much Sherry! We’re here in Bxl for Christmas, hopefully with some friends. We’ll head to England/Wales for a few days to spend New Year’s with friends as well. We’re definitely excited to see you guys off for the rally. If you need a place to crash before hand you know you’re always welcome in Brussels!

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