Art Brussels is proud to announce its partnership with Degroof Petercam.
By becoming the main partner, Degroof Petercam reaffirms its longstanding commitment to preserving our heritage and supporting both Belgian and international contemporary art. Thanks to great expertise and a considered approach, the bank has brought peace of mind to numerous families, individuals and companies for more than 150 years.


The House of Ruinart has enjoyed close and long-standing relations with the art and design world, starting in 1896 when André Ruinart commissioned the Czech artist, Alfons Mucha, to create an advertising poster. Since then, Ruinart maintains close links with contemporary art giving carte blanche to well-known artists and providing support for major art fairs throughout the world.

Stibbe is a leading independent Benelux law firm. From its main offices in Brussels, Amsterdam and Luxembourg, together with its branch offices in London, New York and Dubai, more than 350 lawyers provide legal services to national and international clients. Stibbe is a loyal partner of Art Brussels and numerous other cultural events. 

Mobull is a head leading company in Fine Art Transport, located in the heart of Europe. An experienced team of experts provides the highest quality of protection for all your collection’s requirements.

Tripel Karmeliet is brewed from one unique recipe from 1679, relying on the know-how of 7 generations and combining three different grains with their own perfect imperfections, bringing rich and refined flavours. This relentless pursuit of perfection is what makes brewing an art of its own.

Moleskine was created as a brand in 1997, bringing back to life the legendary notebooks used by artists and thinkers over the past two centuries. Today Moleskine is a global brand that offers a family of nomadic objects, notebooks, planners, smart tools, bags and travel accessories, that complement each other and are designed to empower the movement of people and ideas.

The Belgian brewery Duvel Moortgat has a special interest in contemporary art, design and architecture and work in partnership with museums for contemporary art such as SMAK, WIELS and international events such as the biennial of Venice.


The Directorate for Contemporary Fine Arts is part of the General Department for Artistic Creation of the General Administration of Culture. Its mission is to promote contemporary art at the professional level in its diversity and in its different disciplines. In this context, it supports visual and digital artists, designers, stylists and creative craftsmen in their projects as well as institutions and associations active in these sectors.

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