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Abdul Vas

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Gone shootin IV
The Heart of Creation
The Heart of Creation
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Sir Dellicciero
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Satanic Rituals
Satanic Rituals

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Abdul Vas. Born in Maracay, Venezuela, in 1981, he grew up living between Surinam, Guyana, and Belgium. He studied Fine Arts at EAVRA, Maracay, and later at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam.

He has created handmade books and zines, photographs, drawings, paintings, murals, and installations.

Since 2004, he has realized several solo exhibitions for commercial galleries in Europe and the Americas, and has participated in many group exhibitions. In 2009, he was selected for the Beijing Biennale; in the same year, he exhibited My 57 States AC/DC (Georgetown, Guyana). Since 2010, he has been working on the project North-American Truckers and AC/DC Power, exhibited at Disk Union (Tokyo, Japan).

Abdul Vas lives and works in Antwerpen and Madrid.

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