Toon Teken, the Dutch artist who puts his toughts into beautiful art pieces, books, drawings and paintings has an solo exposition at the Art Chapel Amsterdam. From the 2nd of Febuary until the 18th of Febuary visitors can admire his impressive work.
About Toon Teeken
The painter from Maastricht has many different inspirations and influences. His work can’t be captured in a few key words usually used to describe art. We see African, Asian and European influences all throughout his work. With this his art is multi-cultural and multi interpretable. His usage of color, proportions and materials is something you should go and see for yourself.
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Art Chapel AmsterdamAddress
Prinses Irenestraat 19
02 February 2018
18 February 2018