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  • Art Brussels 2016


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  • Art Brussels 2017 - 21 > 23 April 2017 @artbrussels
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    Tour & Taxis - Avenue du Port 86c 1000 Brussels, Belgium
    +32 2 740 10 36 email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    21 > 23 April 2017

    Art Brussels: Contemporary since 1968
    Though it retains its youthful profile as a discovery fair, Art Brussels is one of Europe’s oldest and most established fairs, celebrating this year its 35th edition. Since its inception, Art Brussels has evolved into a must-see international contemporary art fair, and one of the top European art fairs.
    For the second time, Art Brussels will take place in the beautiful Tour & Taxis landmark building, a turn of the 20th century customs house, situated in Brussels’ vibrant inner-city area and a location offering ideal viewing conditions for art. Collector attendance is strong with visitors notably from Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Scandinavia, The Netherlands and the United Kingdom as well as from countries further afield such as Australia, Turkey and the USA.
    / Galleries - City /
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    / 11R - New York / 22,48 m² - Paris / Gallery 55 - Shanghai /
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    / ADN - Barcelona / Allen - Paris / Sabrina Amrani - Madrid / Enrico Astuni - Bologna / Piero Atchugarry - Pueblo Garzón / Avlskarl - Copenhagen /
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    / Baró - Sao Paulo / Albert Baronian - Brussels / Art Bärtschi & Cie - Geneva / Base-Alpha - Borgerhout (Antwerp) / Baton - Seoul / Bernier/Eliades - Athens, Brussels / Thomas Brambilla - Bergamo / Brand New Gallery - Milan / Galleri Brandstrup - Oslo / Bugada & Cargnel - Paris / Laura Bulian - Milan / BWA Warszawa - Warsaw /
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    / Carroll / Fletcher - London / Casado Santapau - Madrid / Ceysson & Bénétière - Saint-Étienne, Luxembourg, Paris / Chelouche - Tel Aviv / Choi&Lager - Cologne / Clages - Cologne / Conradi - Hamburg / Continua - San Gimignano, Beijing, Les Moulins, Habana / Copperfield / Division of Labour - London / Cortesi - Lugano, London / COSAR HMT - Düsseldorf / Heike Curtze - Vienna /
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    / Dauwens & Beernaert - Brussels / Monica De Cardenas - Milan / Kristof De Clercq - Ghent / dépendance - Brussels / Anne de Villepoix - Paris / Lucie Drdova - Prague / Eric Dupont - Paris /
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    / Edel Assanti - London / Escougnou-Cetraro - Paris /
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    / Imane Farès - Paris / Fifty One - Antwerp, New York / Les filles du calvaire - Paris / Flatland - Amsterdam / MLF | Marie-Laure Fleisch - Rome, Brussels / Fold - London / Forsblom - Helsinki, Stockholm / Jean Fournier - Paris /
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    / Annie Gentils - Antwerp / Geukens & De Vil - Knokke, Antwerp / Thierry Goldberg - New York / Gowen Contemporary - Geneva / Grimmuseum - Berlin /
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    / Harlan Levey Projects - Brussels / HDM Gallery - Beijing / Nathalie Helgand - Vienna / Kristin Hjellegjerde - London / Hopstreet - Brussels / Xavier Hufkens - Brussels /
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    / Jahn und Jahn - Munich / Rodolphe Janssen - Brussels /
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    / Kornfeld - Berlin / KOW - Berlin / Krinzinger - Vienna / Kusseneers - Brussels /
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    / Irène Laub - Brussels / Galerie Laurentin - Paris, Brussels / Lelong - Paris, New York / Galerie Christian Lethert - Cologne / LMNO - Brussels / Javier Lopez & Fer Frances - Madrid / Lyles & King - New York /
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    / Ron Mandos - Amsterdam / Marlborough Contemporary - London, New York / Mario Mauroner - Vienna, Salzburg / Mario Mazzoli - Berlin / MARSO - Mexico City / Maruani Mercier - Brussels, Knokke / Greta Meert - Brussels / Meessen De Clercq - Brussels / Eva Meyer - Paris / Mier - Los Angeles / Minini - Brescia / Galería de las Misiones - Montevideo / Mitterrand - Paris / Ani Molnár - Budapest /
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    / Shulamit Nazarian - Los Angeles / Neumeister Bar-Am - Berlin / New Art Centre - Salisbury / Nosbaum Reding - Luxembourg /
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    / Nathalie Obadia - Paris, Brussels / OSL Contemporary - Oslo /
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    / Parafin - London / Pearl Lam Galleries - Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore / Karl Pfefferle - Munich / Polansky - Prague / PROYECTOSMONCLOVA - Mexico City /
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    / Raum mit Licht - Vienna / Almine Rech - Brussels, Paris, London, New York / (re)D. - Antwerp / Michel Rein - Paris, Brussels / Denise René - Paris / Repetto - London / Robilant+Voena - London, Milan, St Moritz / Tyler Rollins - New York / Ronchini - London / Rossicontemporary - Brussels /
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    / SAGE Paris - Paris / Barbara Seiler - Zurich / Selma Feriani - London / Semiose - Paris / Senda - Barcelona / SKOPIA / P.-H. Jaccaud - Geneva / SMAC - Cape Town, Johannesburg, Stellenbosch / Filomena Soares - Lisboa / Sophia Contemporary - London / Sorry We're Closed - Brussels / Pietro Sparta - Chagny / Marc Straus - New York /
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    / Suzanne Tarasieve - Paris / Timothy Taylor - London, New York / Daniel Templon - Paris, Brussels / The Hole - New York / Elisabeth & Klaus Thoman - Innsbruck, Vienna / Tina Kim - New York / Tiwani Contemporary - London / M.F. Toninelli - Monte Carlo / Transit - Mechelen / Tucci Russo - Torre Pellice / Steve Turner - Los Angeles / / U
    / unttld - Vienna / Rita Urso - Milan /
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    / Sofie Van de Velde - Antwerp / van der Mieden - Antwerp / Axel Vervoordt Gallery - Antwerp, Hong Kong / Nadja Vilenne - Liège / VILTIN - Budapest / VNH - Paris /
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    / Wetterling - Stockholm, Gothenburg /
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    / Xippas - Paris, Montevideo, Punta Del Este, Geneve /
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    / Zidoun-Bossuyt - Luxembourg / Zilberman - Istanbul / Zink - Waldkirchen in der Oberpfalz /
    mpefm BELGIUM fair art press release
    Opening times :
    Thursday 20 April: 5 pm - 10 pm (Vernissage*)
    Friday 21 April 11 am - 7 pm
    Saturday 22 April 11 am - 7 pm
    Sunday 23 April 11 am - 7 pm
    Preview (by invitation only) from 11 am until 5 pm & *Vernissage from 5 pm until 10 pm

    TICKETS :
    Student ticket €8 €10
    Day ticket €16 €20
    €16 iso €20 at the fair
    valid once from 21 to 23 April 2017
    Free entrance for kids under 16 years old
    Vernissage valid once on Thursday 20 April from 5 to 10 pm
    €50 for 1 person
    €90 for 2 people


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  • BAD BELGIUM ART AND DESIGN 2017 Gent
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    ICC – International Convent Centre Van Rysselberghedreef 1 Citadelpark, Gent
    +32 52 20 08 63 email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    16 > 19 February 2017

    BAD is an event promoting the discovery of contemporary creativity in art and design. This unconventional trade fair will propel you into a total experience of Belgian art and design, at a venue in Ghent that is simply bursting with character.
    BAD brings together artists and designers and brings visitors into direct contact with artists and designers, and their works of art and designer products, in a hitherto unprecedented manner. BAD will again be the number one hotspot for all art lovers and design addicts in February 2017 or, in summary: for everyone interest in the latest trends – whether in art, interior design, fashion, food or technology.
    BAD is young and enthralled by excellence. This is reflected consistently in its choice of artists and designers. Nevertheless, BAD does not focus on price, but rather on the value (or added value) of the pieces it exhibits. BAD strongly believes in the power of Belgian art, design and products: they have an immeasurable influence on our mindset, personal challenges and our social and cultural life. Art and design stimulate our creative thought processes and improve our quality of life.
    What is more, BAD has launched a project exploring Belgian scents and flavours and is organising dinners and tastings as part of the total experience of the atmosphere of the trade fair. Within this setting, visitors will be able enjoy workshops, debates, literary salons, films and photo exhibitions, all focusing on Art and Design.
    / Galleries - Info /
    / Arture - info / Bank Gallery - info / CAPS - info / De Filatuur - info / De Mijlpaal - info / De Queeste Art - info / Eva Steynen.Deviation(S) - info / Freemen Gallery - info / Galerie Dessers - info / Galerie Frank Taal - info / Jan Dhaese Galerie - info / K.Grusenmeyer - info / Latuvu - info / Lieve Lambrecht - info / Light Cube - info / Maniera Gallery - info / NK Gallery - info / S&H De Buck - info / Shoobil - info / Valerie Traan Gallery - info / galeriezwarthuis.be - info /
    mpefm BELGIUM fair art press release
    Opening times :
    Thursday 16/02 : 17.00 – 00.00 (Preview)
    Friday 17/02 : 13.30 – 22.30
    Saturday 18/02 : 10.30 – 22.30
    Sunday 19/02 : 10.30 – 18.30

    TICKETS :
    € 12.00


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  • Independent Brussels 2016


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  • Independent Brussels 2017 - April 19 > 23, 2017 @Independent_hq
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    Vanderborght building Schildknaapstraat 50 Rue de l’Ecuyer 1000 Brussels
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    April 19 > 23, 2017

    Independent is an invitational art fair devised by and for gallerists, which re-examines the traditional methods of presenting, viewing and experiencing contemporary art. Now in its eighth year, Independent has a rotating participant network of over 200 galleries from over 20 countries worldwide, with two annual editions: Independent New York and Independent Brussels.
    / Galleries - (City) /
    / 1857 - (Oslo) / Galerie 1900 – 2000 - (Paris) / APALAZZOGALLERY - (Brescia) / Air de Paris - (Paris) / Andréhn-Schiptjenko - (Stockholm) / annex14 - (Zurich) / The Approach - (London) / Michael Benevento - (Los Angeles) / Galerie Sébastien Bertrand - (Geneva) / Brennan & Griffin - (New York) / Bureau des Réalités - (Brussels) / CANADA - (New York) / Capitain Petzel - (Berlin) / carlier | gebauer - (Berlin) / Carlos/Ishikawa - (London) / Galería Marta Cervera - (Madrid) / C L E A R I N G - (New York / Brussels) / Ellen de Bruijne Projects - (Amsterdam) / Erika Deák Gallery - (Budapest) / Elizabeth Dee - (New York) / Delmes & Zander - (Cologne / Berlin) / Dürst Britt & Mayhew - (The Hague) / EXILE - (Berlin) / Christophe Gaillard - (Paris) / gb agency - (Paris) / Annet Gelink Gallery - (Amsterdam) / Gladstone Gallery - (New York / Brussels) / Green Art Gallery - (Dubai) / Hubertushoehe - (Berlin) / Nina Johnson - (Miami) / Jan Kaps - (Cologne) / Wilfried Lentz - (Rotterdam) / Levy.Delval - (Brussels) / Ludion - (Antwerp) / MAGNIN-A - (Paris) / Mary Mary - (Glasgow) / Martos Gallery - (New York) / Galerie Maubert - (Paris) / Mendes Wood DM - (São Paulo / Brussels) / MEYOHAS - (New York) / Jan Mot - (Brussels) / Mulier Mulier - (Knokke) / Múrias Centeno - (Porto / Lisbon) / Neue Alte Brücke - (Frankfurt) / Office Baroque - (Brussels) / pact - (Paris) / Maureen Paley - (London) / Parra & Romero - (Madrid / Ibiza) / Peres Projects - (Berlin) / Tatjana Pieters - (Ghent) / Praz-Delavallade - (Paris) / Projecte SD - (Barcelona) / Aurel Scheibler - (Berlin) / Tommy Simoens - (Antwerp) / Slag Gallery - (New York) / Sprüth Magers - (Berlin / London / Los Angeles) / Galerie Gregor Staiger - (Zurich) / Stems Gallery - (Brussels) / Sultana - (Paris) / Super Dakota - (Brussels) / Temnikova & Kasela Gallery - (Tallinn) / Travesía Cuatro - (Madrid / Guadalajara) / trampoline - (Antwerp) / Triangle Books - (Brussels) / Truth and Consequences - (Geneva) / untilthen - (Paris) / Tim Van Laere Gallery - (Antwerp) / Mieke van Schaijk - (’s-Hertogenbosch) / Vigo Gallery - (London) / White Columns - (New York) / Galerie Jocelyn Wolff - (Paris) / David Zwirner - (New York / London) /
    mpefm BELGIUM fair art press release
    PRIVATE VIEWING (By invitation) :
    Wednesday, April 19 6-8pm
    PUBLIC DAYS :
    Thursday 20 April, 12–7 pm
    Friday 21 April, 12–7 pm
    Saturday 22 April, 12–7 pm
    Sunday 23 April, 12–7 pm
    ADMISSION :
    Admission is free and open to the public.


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  • YIA 2016 Brussels


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