Art Brussels applications open

Art Brussels applications open

Art Brussels

Photo: David Plas.
September 14, 2017

April 20–22, 2018

Preview & vernissage: Thursday, April 19, 2018
Application deadline: Monday, October 16, 2017

Tour & Taxis
Avenue du Port 86C
BE-1000 Brussels

With its 50th anniversary ahead, next year’s fair promises to be a festive, not-to-be-missed rendez-vous.

Spectacular location 
Art Brussels 2018 will take place in the beautiful Tour & Taxis landmark building, located in the centre of Brussels. This 1904-industrial building offers indirect natural daylight, enhancing the presentation of artworks. The renewed floor plan and stand designs with recent lighting were unanimously praised by collectors and gallerists. 

The profile of the fair From Discovery to Rediscovery in three clear sections:
–DISCOVERY, young, emerging and lesser-known artists showing recent works (2015–18)
–PRIME, established artists from modern to contemporary. Possibility to extend the stand with a SOLO presentation
–REDISCOVERY, art from 1917 to 1987, living or deceased artists who are under-recognised, underestimated or forgotten. Possibility to extend the stand with a SOLO presentation

Selection Committees:

International Selection Committee
The International Selection Committee members select the participating  galleries in PRIME & REDISCOVERY and the SOLO presentations. Art Brussels is pleased to welcomeLoïc Bénétière and Polina Stroganova. 
–Albert Baronian: Galerie Albert Baronian (Brussels) 
–Loïc Bénétière| Ceysson & Bénétière (Luxembourg, Paris, Saint-Etienne, New York, Geneva)
–Michael Callies: dépendance (Brussels)
–Simon Devolder: Xavier Hufkens (Brussels)
–Rodolphe Janssen: rodolphe janssen (Brussels) 
–Thomas Krinzinger: Galerie Krinzinger (Vienna)   
–Polina Stroganova: PROYECTOSMONCLOVA (Mexico City)

The DISCOVERY Committee, for the selection of the DISCOVERY section, consists of a group of international curators and gallerists.Art Brussels is pleased to welcome the following new members:
–Adam Carr: Writer and curator (Liverpool) 
–Michael Callies: dépendance (Brussels)
–Martha Kirszenbaum: Writer and curator (Los Angeles)
–Barbara Seiler: Gallery Barbara Seiler (Zürich)
–Sofie Van de Velde: Gallery Sofie Van de Velde (Antwerp)

Click here to apply. 
For more information, please contact Nele Verhaeren, Head of Gallery Relations
nele.verhaeren [​at​] / T +32 2 740 10 21

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