This year, in the DISCOVERY section at Art Brussels 2020, discoveries from emerging artists will be presented a new format. Galleries will either present a single artist or an interesting dialogue between two artists. Sapar Contemporary from New York will present a project by Phoebe Boswell, created for Geneva’s new railway station. As part Art Brussels Insights, we spoke with Nina Levent, director of Sapar Contemporary, about the gallery and the upcoming presentation in DISCOVERY at Art Brussels 2020.
The REDISCOVERY section at Art Brussels is dedicated to 20th century art. Newcomer M77 from Milan will feature a duo presentation of Maria Lai and Braco Dimitrijević in REDISCOVERY. As part Art Brussels Insights, we spoke with Chiara Principe, director of M77 about the work of Maria Lai.
Art Brussels returns for its 38th edition with a strong international line-up and a unique mix of established and emerging talent. One newcomer of note is Night Gallery from Los Angeles, featuring a dual presentation of Grant Levy-Lucero and Rose Marcus in the DISCOVERY section. For Art Brussels Insights, we spoke with Davida Nemeroff, the founder of Night Gallery, about her downtown L.A. gallery and her upcoming presentation in DISCOVERY at Art Brussels.
Art Brussels was inspiring – through the Discovery and Solo sections I had my first encounter with some exciting bodies of work that will help shape our curatorial vision for the future.
Director, Whitechapel Gallery, April 2019
Michael & I buy what we love and there was a lot to love at your fair. Art Brussels is the most welcoming, friendly art fair that we have ever experienced and we made many new discoveries.
Susan and Michael Hort
Collectors from USA, April 2019
Now in its 37th edition, the Belgian capital’s annual Art Brussels has firmly established itself as the discovery fair of the contemporary art scene.
New York Observer, April 2019