March 9, 2004 - Art Brussels - - the art world meets in Brussels
March 9, 2004

- the art world meets in Brussels

artbrussels 2004

artbrussels 2004
1 – 5 April – Brussels Expo

artbrussels – the art world meets in Brussels

Venue

Brussels Expo – Halls 3 & 4

Place de Belgique, 1

1020 Brussels

Information

Belgium: 0800 30 007 (free number)

Outside Belgium: +32 2 402 36 66

artbrussels@artexis.cmo
www.artbrussels.be

artbrussels, one of the most important events in European contemporary art, is the annual meeting point of collectors, curators, artists, trendsetters and other art lovers from all over Europe. The 22nd edition of the fair welcomes 145 galleries presenting over 1 000 artists, in Brussels, centre and capital of Europe. artbrussels owes its standing and high-quality image first and foremost to the way in which it succeeds in bringing together under one roof established international artists and new upcoming talent.

From the 300 galleries that applied to this years edition, only a strict selection of 145 qualitative galleries is admitted. artbrussels 2004 has been upgraded by 33 newly admitted galleries. Among the ones participating for the first time, were very happy to welcome Barbara Gladstone (New York), Beaumont Public (Luxembourg), 1000 Eventi, Perugi & Zonca and Zonca (Italy) JMG and Lelong (Paris), Sutton Lane (London) and Millan (Sao Paolo). In the Young Galleries section, new up coming galleries will present their promising artists; dAmelio Terras, Maccarone and Slingshot (New York) and Kwai Po Collection (Hong Kong. These outstanding new participants will make artbrussels even more attractive for connoisseurs from all over Europe comments Karen Renders, Director of the fair.

Charmed by its selection of internationally renowned galleries and its intimacy, more than 30.000 art lovers will take the opportunity of the first spring days to visit artbrussels, 20% travelling from abroad and combining their visit with an Easter break in the capital of Europe.

News
Young galleries
artbrussels 2004 will once again present a skilful blend of international young market players. These young exhibitors are grouped in the young galleries section. This year, 21 of them will take the opportunity to exhibit new talent.

One-man-shows

The 28 One-man-shows bring even more focus to the ground-breaking and innovative character of artbrussels and provide a unique opportunity for young artists to profile themselves next to top international names.

Collectors Committee
artbrussels launches the innovative Collectors Committee. Its purpose is pointing out the needs and wishes of collectors in order to make artbrussels even more attractive to its visitors. This year, the Collectors Committee will designate the best one-man-show and attribute him or her the Illy-price of 10 000O.

The VIP Privilege programme

Every year artbrussels invites some 300 collectors to participate in an exciting cultural programme. Private visits to museums and private collections offer them the unique opportunity to see collections that are not open to the public. This years highlights are the retrospective of Jean Arp at the Palais des Beaux Arts and an exhibition of Ferninand Khnopff at the Musees Royaux des Beaux Arts de Belgique. Most exceptional will be the visits to the corporate collections of Belgacom and Lhoist Groupe.

Galleries

1000 Eventi-Perugi Italy – Academia Austria – Aliceday Belgium – Alimentation-Generale Luxembourg – Anhava Finland – Archetype Belgium – Art Agents Germany – Art Of This Century France – Artiscope Belgium – Asbaek Denmark – Ascan Crone Germany – Astuni Italy – B & D Italy – Baglioni Italy – Bagnai Italy – Baronian-Francey Belgium – Bartschi Switzerland – Bastide Belgium – Bastien Belgium – Beaumontpublic Luxembourg – Bernier/Eliades Greece – Binz & Kramer Germany – Bjerggaard Denmark – Bouche France – Brolly France – Buchmann Switzerland – Bugdahn Und Kaimer Germany – Caminade France – Casini France – Chinese Contemporary United Kingdom – Chromosome Germany – Colombo Italy – Conrads Germany – Continua Italy – Cotthem Belgium – Crown Belgium – Cueto France – Danysz France – David Belgium – De Brock Belgium – De La Chatre France – De Vos Belgium – De Zwarte Panter Belgium – Deweer Belgium – Dogenhaus Germany – Drantmann Belgium – Eleni Koroneou Greece – Espacio Liquido Spain – Feichtner Austria – Fortlaan 17 Belgium – Franck Fine Art United Kingdom – Frank France – Frehrking Wiesehofer Germany – Gandy Czech Republic – Gentili Italy – Gentils Belgium – Geukens & De Vil Belgium – Gladstone USA – Grita Insam Austria – Gross Germany – Hasenbach Belgium – Hilger Austria – Hoffmann Germany – Hohenlohe & Kalb Austria – Hufkens Belgium – Hussenot France – I8 Iceland – Im Park Switzerland – Jamar Belgium – Janssen Belgium – JGM France – Johnen + Schotle Germany – Koraalberg Belgium – Krinzinger Austria – Kuckei + Kuckei Germany – Kusseneers Belgium – Kwai Po Collection Hong Kong – Lanzenberg Belgium – Lelong France – Lendl Austria – Les Filles Du Calvaire France – Maccarone USA – Marco Noire Italy – M & M Gallery Belgium – Meert Rihoux Belgium – Mennour France – Millan Brazil – Mimmo Scognamiglio Italy – Mineta Belgium – Minini Italy – Mkgalerie The Netherlands – Moser Switzerland – M Project France – Nachst St. Stephan Austria – Obadia France – Oniris France – Orel France – Pieters Belgium – Plurima Italy – Polar Belgium – Rabouan Moussion France – Rehbein Germany – Retelet Belgium – Rivet Germany – Ropke Germany – Rubicon Ireland – Rumpff The Netherlands – Rx France – S65 Belgium – Schreurs Belgium – Senda Spain – Simoens Belgium – Slewe The Netherlands – Slingshot USA – Soares Portugal – Sollertis France – Sparta France – Springer & Winckler Germany – Sturm Germany – Sutton Lane United Kingdom – Svestka Czech Republic – Synopsis Switzerland – Tache-Levy Belgium – Tanit Germany – Tarasieve France – Templon France – Terras USA – Thoman Austria – Transit Belgium – Triangle Bleu Belgium – Turetsky Switzerland – Vallois France – Van De Velde Belgium – Van Den Berge The Netherlands – Vedovi Belgium – Vidal France – Vidal-Saint Phalle France – Voss Germany – Vu France – Weller France – Woerdehoff France – Zander Germany – Zink + Gegner Germany – Zonca & Zonca Italy – Zurcher France – Zwart Huis Belgium

Dates

Wednesday 31 March: Professional Preview (invitation only) : 2 – 4 pm

Vernissage (invitation only) : 4 – 11 pm

1, 2, 3, 4 April: 12 am – 8 pm

Monday 5 April: 12 am – 10 pm (late night)

Venue

Brussels Expo – Halls 3 & 4

Place de Belgique, 1

1020 Brussels

Brussels is accessible by all major airlines, Thalys and Eurostar. A taxi-drive from the airport or the railway station shouldnt exceed 15 minutes in normal traffic.

Information

Belgium: 0800 30 007 (free number)

Outside Belgium: +32 2 402 36 66

artbrussels@artexis.com

www.artbrussels.be

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