Exhibitors Art Brussels 2016

Exhibitors Art Brussels 2016

Art Brussels

© Clo’e Floirat / cloefloirat.
December 17, 2015

Fair: Friday April 22–Sunday 24, 2016
Preview & vernissage: Thursday, April 21, 2016

New location!
Tour & Taxis

Avenue du Port 86C
BE-1000 Brussels

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Art Brussels is pleased to announce the participants of its 34th edition—the first to take place at the fair’s spectacular new location, Tour & Taxis, a turn-of-the-century former Customs House situated in Brussels’ inner city area.

The 2016 edition brings together 140 galleries from 28 countries in three main sections. The International Committee and Discovery Committee have selected 31 newcomers in the fair.

A new section, REDISCOVERY, which plays a significant role in the development of the fair’s existing “discovery profile,” will feature 15 galleries. It will be dedicated to art from the period between 1917 and 1987 and present important artists from the historical avant-garde that have been underestimated, overlooked, or unduly forgotten. Among the exhibitors in this section are Timothy Taylor Gallery (London) and Galerie carlier / gebauer (Berlin), both new galleries to the fair. This section will feature works by artists such as Roy DeCarava, Bob Law, Barbara & Michael Leisgen, Véra Molnar, Yuko Nasaka and Eduardo Terrazas, building a bridge between artistic practices of the present to those of the past.

PRIME will comprise 98 established galleries representing internationally established artists. Newcomers to the section include Pace Gallery (London), Galerie Peter Kilchmann (Zurich) and Ben Brown Fine Arts (London). Returning galleries include Xavier Hufkens (Brussels), Bernier/Eliades (Athens), Galleria Continua (San Gimignano, Beijing, Les Moulins and Havana), Almine Rech (Paris, Brussels, London), Nathalie Obadia (Paris, Brussels), Axel Vervoordt (Antwerp, Hong Kong), Marlborough Contemporary (London), MOT International (London, Brussels) and Waddington Custot Galleries (London).

DISCOVERY will feature 30 galleries representing emerging artists whose work is not yet known to a wider public, including galleries such as KOW (Berlin), Barbara Seiler (Zurich) and Green Art Gallery (Dubai). For the first time, this section will present booths by Temnikova & Kasela (Tallinn), Ellis King (Dublin), Château Shatto (Los Angeles), The Sunday Painter and Arcade (London), àngels (Barcelona), Document Art Gallery (Buenos Aires) and General Store (Australia), amongst others.

As always, Art Brussels continues to place emphasis on the individual presentation of artists with 25 galleries presenting projects in SOLO. Exhibitors include New Art Centre (Salisbury) with Toby Ziegler, Sorry We’re Closed (Brussels) with Yann Gertsberger, Baró (São Paulo) with David Medalla, Shoshana Wayne (Santa Monica) with Dinh Q. Lê, and MOT International (Brussels, London) with Marinella Senatore.

The full list of exhibitors at Art Brussels 2016 can be viewed below and on www.artbrussels.com.
The members of the selection committees can be viewed here.

Art Brussels thanks its main partner ING for their ongoing support. ING will present a site specific installation by Peter Kogler.

22,48 m², Paris / 11R Eleven Rivington, New York / Alma, Riga / Sabrina Amrani, Madrid / àngels barcelona, Barcelona / Arcade, London / BWA Warszawa, Warsaw / Carroll/Fletcher, London / Château Shatto, Los Angeles / Copperfield/Division of Labour, London / Document Art, Buenos Aires / Thomas Fischer, Berlin / General Store, Picton / Green Art, Dubai / Iragui, Moscow / Ellis King, Dublin / KOW, Berlin / Laveronica, Modica / Harlan Levey, Brussels / Ani Molnár, Budapest / Neumeister Bar-Am, Berlin / Raum mit Licht, Vienna / SARIEV, Plovdiv / Barbara Seiler, Zurich / The Sunday Painter, London / Super Dakota, Brussels / Temnikova & Kasela, Tallinn / Tiwani, London / Rita Urso, Milan / Weingrüll, Karlsruhe

ADN, Barcelona / Aeroplastics, Brussels / Analix Forever, Geneva / Enrico Astuni, Bologna / Avlskarl, Copenhagen / Baró, São Paulo / Albert Baronian, Brussels / Bernier/Eliades, Athens / bitforms, New York / Thomas Brambilla, Bergamo / Brand New Gallery, Milan / Ben Brown, London / Bugada & Cargnel, Paris / Luis Campaña, Berlin / Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg, Paris, Geneva, Saint-Etienne / Continua, San Gimignano, Beijing, Les Moulins, Habana / Cortesi, Lugano / D+T Project, Brussels / Patrick De Brock, Knokke / Kristof De Clercq, Ghent / dépendance, Brussels / DEWEER, Otegem / Eric Dupont, Paris / Heinrich Ehrhardt, Madrid / Imane Farès, Paris / Les filles du calvaire, Paris / Flatland, Amsterdam / Marie-Laure Fleisch, Roma / Gavlak, Los Angeles / Geukens & De Vil, Knokke, Antwerp / Laurent Godin, Paris / Grimm, Amsterdam / The Hole, New York / Hopstreet, Brussels / Xavier Hufkens, Brussels / Jablonka Maruani Mercier, Brussels / Rodolphe Janssen, Brussels / Jousse, Paris / Peter Kilchmann, Zurich / Parisa Kind, Frankfurt / Krinzinger, Vienna / Kromus + Zink, Berlin / Kusseneers, Brussels / Lelong, Paris, New York / Lyles & King, New York / Ron Mandos, Amsterdam / Marlborough Contemporary, London / Mario Mauroner, Vienna, Salzburg / Mario Mazzoli, Berlin / Greta Meert, Brussels / Meessen De Clercq, Brussels / Massimo Minini, Brescia / Mitterrand, Paris / MOT International, London, Brussels / New Art Centre, Salisbury / Nathalie Obadia, Paris, Brussels / OSL, Oslo / Pace, London, Beijing, Hong Kong, Menlo Park, New York / Parafin, London / Jérôme Poggi, Paris / Polka, Paris, Bereldange / Berthold Pott, Cologne / Joan Prats, Barcelona / prometeogallery di Ida Pisani, Milan / Almine Rech, Paris, Brussels, London / Michel Rein, Paris, Brussels / Denise René, Paris / Ronchini, London / Rossicontemporary, Brussels / Karsten Schubert, London / Senda, Barcelona / André Simoens, Knokke / Filomena Soares, Lisbon / Sorry We’re Closed, Brussels / Pietro Sparta, Chagny / Stigter Van Doesburg, Amsterdam / Marc Straus, New York / Timothy Taylor, London / Daniel Templon, Paris, Brussels / Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman, Vienna, Innsbruck / Transit, Mechelen / Tucci Russo, Torre Pellice / Steve Turner, Los Angeles / untilthen, Saint-Ouen / unttld, Vienna / Valentin, Paris / Sofie Van de Velde, Antwerp / Isabelle van den Eynde, Dubai / van der Mieden, Antwerp / Martin van Zomeren, Amsterdam / Axel Vervoordt, Antwerp, Hong Kong / Nadja Vilenne, Liège / Johannes Vogt, New York / Waddington Custot, London / Shoshana Wayne, Santa Monica / Wilkinson, London / Xippas, Paris, Geneva, Punta Del Este, Montevideo / Zilberman, Istanbul

balzer projects, Basel / beta pictoris, Birmingham / carlier / gebauer, Berlin / Jecza Gallery, Timisoara / Jenkins Johnson, San Francisco / Antoine Laurentin, Brussels, Paris / Arnaud Lefebvre, Paris / Oniris—Florent Paumelle, Rennes / Odile Ouizeman, Paris / Repetto, London / Richard Saltoun/Karsten Schubert, London / Galerie Steinek, Vienna / Timothy Taylor, London / Daniel Templon, Brussels, Paris / Axel Vervoordt, Antwerp, Hong Kong

Sammy Baloji (Imane Farès, Paris) / Taysir Batniji (Eric Dupont, Paris) / Pier Paolo Calzolari (Ronchini, London) / István Csákány (Krinzinger, Vienna, Salzburg) / Ester Fleckner (Avlskarl, Copenhagen) / Ori Gersht (Brand New Gallery, Milan) / Yann Gerstberger (Sorry We’re Closed, Brussels) / Shaun Gladwell (Analix Forever, Geneva) / Noémie Goudal (Les filles du calvaire, Paris) / Rokni Haerizadeh (Isabelle van den Eynde, Dubai) / Jochen Höller (Mario Mauroner, Vienna, Salzburg) / Iman Issa (carlier / gebauer, Berlin) / Kristof Kintera (D+T Project, Brussels) / LAb[au] (Denise René, Paris) / Nicolás Lamas (Meessen De Clercq, Brussels) / Dinh Q. Lê (Shoshana Wayne, Santa Monica) / Larissa Lockshin (Albert Baronian, Brussels) / David Medalla (Baró Galeria, São Paulo) / Iván Navarro (Daniel Templon, Brussels, Paris) / Marinella Senatore (MOT International, London, Brussels) / Bob and Roberta Smith (Kusseneers, Brussels) / Anoek Steketee (Flatland, Amsterdam) / Georges Tony Stoll (Jérôme Poggi, Paris) / Levi van Veluw (Ron Mandos, Amsterdam) / Toby Ziegler (New Art Centre, Salisbury)

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