Queen Hannah Art Gallery, from now on QH, maintains this website with the aim of facilitating access to up-to-date and accurate corporate and non-corporate information. We will try to correct the errors that are indicated to us as quickly as possible. However, QH can not guarantee the absence of errors or that the content of the information is permanently updated.
In accordance with the provisions of Spanish Laws 15/1999 (Protection of Personal Data) and 34/2002 (Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce), the following is informed:
Ownership of the webpage
Owner: Jordi Planas Guitart
Phone: +34 678 29 23 56
V.A.T. Id: 39356026-J
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