The web site dedicated to former WHITESNAKE/VANDENBERG guitarist Adrian Vandenberg's drawings and paintings has been updated with the following message:"[The 'Stuck between Rock and an Artplace'] exhibition will show an overview of works by Vandenberg from the last 30 years, 1977 until 2007, and can be seen at the Antwerp [Belgium] cultural centre Luchtbal from the 24th of November until the 21st of December. During this period the exhibition space will be open every day from 10.00 untill 17.00 hrs, free admission. The official opening will be Friday the 23d of November and will be introduced by Dutch poet/ singer Rick de Leeuw. For this special occasion a unique limited lithograph of the legendary cover painting 'Alibi' (1984) will be released! The admission for this special event is free and will start at 20.00 hr. in the evening. Be there! "Exhibitions in Germany, Japan and Holland are being planned for 2008." (Thanks: Fullshred)
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