Contemporary Art Fair
At Brussels Expo | Halls 5 & 6
20 – 23 April 2023
At Art Brussels, it happens that someone comes along whom you haven’t seen for years. That was simply missing during Covid: that you could talk about things and that things develop. This has already happened in the first two hours of the fair. There are really international people here.
Michael Callies, dépendance, Brussels, in artmagazine, April 2022
Art Brussels provides visiting collectors and art lovers with an opportunity to return to a journey of pure art exploration: where people discover new artists, learn new knowledge, and exchange and share their insights on art collections. […] The organisers attach great importance to the output of curatorial content, and hope that by dividing different exhibition areas, it is convenient for collectors to explore the works of artists at different stages of their creative careers.
Luning Wang in FT Chinese, May 2022
It is an art fair with a quality profile, but without the prestige and hassle of the big players. Art Brussels, in the backyard of Belgian collectors, is friendly and welcoming. The personal contact counts for a lot.
Artist Hans Op de Beeck in De Standaard, June 2021
Arróniz Arte Contemporáneo
Siestas clandestinasMauro GiaconiTabasco 198Colonia Roma, 06700Ciudad de México Opening hours during the Art Brussels WEEK:Thu – Fri
Railings and failingsVanessa HennChristophstraße 670178 Stuttgart Opening hours during the Art Brussels WEEK:by appointment only www.galerie-sturm.de
Resignificando Kevin Mancera, José Olano, Ricardo Rendón, Léster Rodríguez, Carlos Rojas Diagonal 68 #1242 Bogotá Opening hours