The Bright Room Gallery at the European Danda (video)
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Poster: Adidam Europe Post Date: July 16, 2011
||The "Bright" Room Gallery is dedicated to the promotion of the art of Adi Da Samraj through exhibitions, lectures, round-table discussions, documentaries as well as seminars on his art and its relationship to various artistic traditions. The "Bright" Room Gallery also exhibits works and supports scholarship inspired by the art and philosophy of Adi Da Samraj.
The gallery maintains a permanent exhibition of works by Adi Da Samraj and is open from Wednesday to Saturday, and once a month on a Sunday, but can also be visited by appointment. The gallery is located in an old monastery in Maria Hoop in the south of Holland close to the borders of Germany and Belgium.
Read more about the "Bright" Room Gallery here.
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Image-Art. For more about Adi Da's Image-Art, click here; or read the latest edition of His book, Transcendental Realism.
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