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Niels Shoe Meulman's first solo exhibition at Galerie Gabriel Rolt opens in Amsterdam

Galerie Gabriel Rolt announces Uncontrolled substances, Niels Shoe Meulman?s first solo exhibition at the gallery. Over the last few years, Shoe?s artistic expression has radically changed. Rooted in his graffiti background, and achieving ultimate extensions of his calligraphic past, Shoe?s most recent works carry the traces of manual skills and techniques, that refer to letters and calligraphic shapes.
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