Participating galleries 2024

Participating galleries 2024

Art Brussels

February 1, 2024
Participating galleries 2024
Art Brussels milestone 40th edition
April 25–28, 2024
Art Brussels
Brussels Expo
Pl. de Belgique 1
1020 Brussels
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Art Brussels is announcing its 40th edition, taking place from Thursday April 25 to Sunday April 28, 2024. One of Europe’s most distinctive and established fairs, this anniversary edition of Art Brussels will be held in Halls 5 and 6 of Brussels Expo, the Art Deco icon built for the 1935 Brussels International Exposition. 

While celebrating its 40th edition and being the second oldest contemporary art fair (Art Cologne started in 1967, one year before Art Brussels), Art Brussels remains one of Europe’s leading contemporary art fairs and is a highlight of the international spring art calendar. ​ 

Returning with an exceptional international programme featuring galleries from 31 countries, the fair will offer a unique mix of established artists and emerging talent. Art Brussels is also delighted to announce the continued support of the two main partners, Delen Private Bank and Bank Van Breda. 

The fair is pleased to announce the support of the City of Brussels expressed by Philippe Close, the mayor of the city, which is committed to acquiring an outdoor sculpture for a public space. A jury will decide which artist will be chosen from the new outdoor sculpture project, organised by Art Brussels for the first time at Brussels Expo. 

Nele Verhaeren, Managing Director of Art Brussels, says: “The upcoming edition of Art Brussels marks an important milestone, as we celebrate 40 editions. With a significant 60 percent of returning galleries and notable newcomers, we are extremely proud of the diverse and influential line-up. Art Brussels continues to attract leading international players with established or mid-career artists, and one in four galleries is also part of the burgeoning young art scene. The forthcoming edition promises a celebrative atmosphere with various initiatives, including Prizes for winning gallerists or artists for each section in the fair, an outdoor sculpture project in collaboration with the city, and a nostalgic flashback area where treasured souvenirs will be on display. In addition, numerous receptions will provide engaging opportunities for collectors, exhibiting gallerists and curators to connect and celebrate the rich tapestry of artistic expression.”

176 galleries are presented across the fair’s four sections: 119 in PRIME, 37 in DISCOVERY, eleven in REDISCOVERY, nine in INVITED as well as 28 in the fair’s SOLO sub-section. 

Among the international galleries participating in the PRIME section are: 1 Mira Madrid (Madrid); Almine Rech (Paris, Brussels, London, New York, Shanghai); Andersen’s (Copenhagen); Ceysson & Bénétière (Geneva, Koerich, Lyon, New York, Paris, Saint-Etienne); C L E A R I N G (Beverly Hills, Brussels, New York); Galeria Vera Cortês (Lisbon); Don Gallery (Shanghai); Gladstone (Brussels, Los Angeles, New York, Seoul); Galerie Lelong & Co (New York, Paris); Hales (London, New York); Mendes Wood DM (São Paulo, Brussels, New York); Nathalie Obadia (Paris, Brussels); Nino Mier (Brussels, Los Angeles, New York, Marfa); P420 (Bologna); Richard Saltoun Gallery (London, Rome); and SMAC (Cape Town, Johannesburg, Stellenbosch). 

Newcomers to the fair include new important international key players: Air de Paris (Romainville); Andréhn Schiptjenko (Stockholm, Paris); annex14 (Zürich); Berg Gallery (Stockholm); DITTRICH & SCHLECHTRIEM (Berlin); Galerie Christophe Gaillard (Paris, Brussels); Harper’s (New York). Mai 36 Galerie (Zurich); MASSIMODECARLO (Milan, London, Paris, Hong Kong, Beijing); Duarte Sequeira (Braga, Seoul); Galerie Thomas Schulte (Berlin); and Zander Galerie (Cologne, Paris). ​ 

56 of the participating galleries have a location in Belgium. Of these, the following are returning to the PRIME section, dedicated to mid-career and established artists: Baronian (Brussels, Knokke); De Brock (Knokke); Xavier Hufkens (Brussels); rodolphe janssen (Brussels); MARUANI MERCIER (Brussels, Knokke, Zaventem); Greta Meert (Brussels); Sorry We’re Closed (Brussels); Gallery Sofie Van de Velde & PLUS-ONE Gallery (Antwerp); Tim Van Laere Gallery (Antwerp); and Axel Vervoordt (Hong Kong, Wijnegem). ​ 

The fair shows its continued commitment to curatorial rigour with a large number of SOLO stands, which includes presentations by: Mrzyk & Moriceau with Air de Paris (Romainville); Charles Henry Sommelette with Baronian (Brussels, Knokke); Wolfram Ullrich with Dep Art Gallery (Milan); Constantin Nitsche with Xavier Hufkens (Brussels); Gabrielė Adomaitytė with Gratin (New York); TR Ericsson with Harlan Levy Projects (Brussels); Petticoat Government with LMNO (Brussels); Oscar Giaconia with MONITOR (Rome, Lisbon, Pereto); and Jeanne Vicerial with TEMPLON (Paris, Brussels, New York). ​ 

The DISCOVERY section features galleries that actively support emerging international artists, presenting booths with a single artist or an interesting dialogue between two artists who are not yet known in the European context. This year the section includes among others: Alice Amati (London); Artbeat (Tbilisi); Ballon Rouge (Brussels); Freight+Volume (New York); Galerie Anne-Sarah Bénichou (Paris); Gathering (London); Philipp von Rosen Galerie (Cologne); The Drawing Room (Makati); The Goma (Madrid); The Rooster Gallery (Vilnius); and Zalucky Contemporary (Toronto). 

A section at the fair will be dedicated to the REDISCOVERY presentations focusing on 20th century artists, living or deceased who have not achieved recognition they deserved. This year, the section includes presentations of works by: ​ Sandro De Alexandris with 10 A.M. ART (Milan); Patrick Angus & Logan T. Sibrel with Galerie Thomas Fuchs (Stuttgart); Diogo Pimentão, Susan Schwalb Rebecca Salter with Patrick Heide Contemporary Art (London); Louise Barbu, Elga Heinzen & Zuka with Françoise Livinec (Paris); Francis Dusépulchre & André Willequet with Maurice Verbaet Gallery (Knokke) and Lewis Stein with VIN VIN (Vienna). ​ 

The INVITED section is back for the 40th edition of the fair addressing emerging galleries that are transcending the typical gallery format and have not previously exhibited at the fair. The nine newcoming galleries in this section include C.C.C. (Copenhagen); Rose Easton (London); KIN Gallery (Brussels); RESERVOIR (Cape Town) and Spiaggia Libera (Paris). ​

For more info about the full exhibitor list, please visit here. To view the International and DISCOVERY selection committees, please visit here.

Dates: Art Brussels takes place from Thursday April 25 to Sunday April 28, 2024. Opening day: Thursday April 25—preview from 11am to 4pm, and vernissage from 4pm to 9pm. Public opening days: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, April 26–28 from 11am to 7pm .

Venue: Brussels Expo, Halls 5 & 6 Place de Belgique 1, BE-1020 Brussels. Tickets here.

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