ART BRUSSELS 2023 ONLINE VIEWING ROOM by ARTSY
Art Brussels is pleased to announce its partnership with Artsy, the leading global marketplace for discovering and collecting art.
As Art Brussels’ online Marketplace Partner, Artsy
will also provide a unique opportunity for exhibiting galleries to promote their virtual booths showcasing their artists’ artworks to Artsy’s global audience. Collectors can experience Art Brussels on Artsy to discover artists, save favorite works, view works on their home walls using Artsy’s AR mobile tool and directly purchase work from
galleries at the click of a button.
For the 39th edition of Art Brussels, you can also
discover Top Picks, a selection of “coup de coeur” artworks from Art Brussels online catalogue by prominent figures on Artsy. This year, we are incredibly lucky to have a selection from the amazing Belgian singer Angèle and another one from the celebrated ballet dancer Wim Vanlessen.
TOP PICKS ON ARTSY
Discover her Top Picks here.
Angèle is a Belgian singer-songwriter who is taking the world by storm with her vibrant and engaging music. She grew up in an artistic universe that made her want to create herself. With powerful lyrics on topics such as feminism, the environment, and the human condition, Angèle conveys strong messages through her songs. Her first album “Brol” is a true gem that was recently certified double diamond disc in France. Her second album “Nonante-Cinq”, released in December 2021, explores new horizons, and leads Angèle to international stages such as the Primavera Festival, New York and more recently Coachella!
Photography portrait by Virgile Guinard.
Wim Vanlessen is a celebrated ballet dancer. Knighted Chevalier in the order of Leopold in recognition of his extraordinary contribution to the cultural arts in Belgium, he has been an international ambassador for dance representing the Royal Ballet Flanders—on and off the stage.
He is the author of his book “Dancer” and recently launched a children’s book “Een heel bijzondere jongen.”
Being the executive and artistic director of “Time To Dance” Vanlessen showcased the best of what the ballet world has to offer in an highly acclaimed ballet gala performance in attendance of Her Majesty Queen Mathilde of Belgium.