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.

Iwona Blazwick
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.

Mariana Fernandez
New York Observer, April 2019

Nel Aerts, Installation view from the exhibition ‘The Waddle Show; a counteract’ by Nel Aerts at M Leuven, 2019. Photo © Miles Fischler

INSIGHTS | Interview with artist Nel Aerts

Since her first presentation at Art Brussels in 2013, Belgian artist Nel Aerts has been featured in several presentations at the fair over the years. She is represented by Plus-One Gallery from Antwerp that will participate at Art Brussels 2020.

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View of Temporalizing Temporality Photography by SangTae Kim.

INSIGHTS | Interview with gallerist Jason Haam

In 2019, Jason Haam, from Seoul, participated in the PRIME section of Art Brussels, which focuses on mid-career and established artists on an international level. As part of Art Brussels Insights, we spoke with Jason Haam about his participation in the fair and how he looks at Belgium from Korea.

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