Art exhibition at Hilton Stockholm


Anne de Vries
Director Bubble Projects
+ 31 626 246 665


Hilton Stockholm Slussen Welcomes Dutch Art Exhibition in Cooperation with Bubble Projects


Stockholm and Amsterdam Hilton Stockholm Slussen and Bubble Projects are proud to present the exclusive launch of a monthly changing international art exhibition. His Excellency Philip de Heer, Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands will open the exhibition on November 5, 2012 at 1.00 PM.


Contemporary Dutch art works will be displayed and changed monthly. There will be showed art of two Dutch artists: Greet Steenland and Margo Smeets. In addition, there is a meet and greet with the artists.
If you visit this launch you’ll get a 10% discount on your purchase!
Bubbles and canapés prepared by the Hilton chefs will be served.

More information on Bubble Projects and the artists can be found on:

Bubble Projects

Greet Steenland

Margo Smeets

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About Bubbles Projects

Bubble Projects is a Dutch art minded platform for artists who want to exhibit in Europe at well visited locations. Bubble Projects is an all-round partner to start private art collections or exhibitions for companies and individuals. The uniqueness of Bubble Projects is having easy access to high quality Dutch art in an exclusive environment but at affordable prices. We also launches huge art projects such as ‘The Olympic art games’ and art at windmill