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Art Brussels celebrates 50 years of contemporary art in Belgium

Art Brussels celebrates 50 years of contemporary art in Belgium

For its 50th anniversary, Art Brussels is putting on Belgium’s largest modern art festival from 19 to 22 April 2018.

Art Brussels celebrates 50 years of contemporary art in Belgium

For its 50th anniversary edition this year, Art Brussels is featuring significantly more participants. No fewer than 147 galleries from 32 countries will be represented across three separate sections. Discovery, Prime, and Rediscovery will even include a small Solo section. Under the patronage of Anne Vierstraete, the event will focus on getting back to the festival’s roots.

Modern art celebrates its 50th anniversary in Brussels

The selection commitment received substantial support from the top patrons in the Belgian art scene as well as from leading international art figures, sending a clear signal that this artistic and cultural hub will remain a key event for modern art in Europe. The success of Art Brussels can be seen in the many satellite events going on during the festival.

Daniel Firman Saisir l'impossible and Prune Nourry Needles
The work of Daniel Firman, Saisir l'impossible, and Prune Nourry, Needles, are some of the most anticipated pieces of the event. © DR and Laurent Edeline.
Morgan Blair Circus Room and David Medalla Self Portrait with Dinosaur Dante
Don’t miss out on Circus Room by Morgan Blair and Self Portrait by David Medalla. The price of their work increases with each new exhibition. © DR and Enrico Astuni

A sparkling exhibition

On the evening of 19 April, the festival will kick off with a select list of guests and copious amounts of champagne. The collectors, gallery owners, and art lovers in attendance are sure to be delighted as they peruse the best Brussels has to offer.

Joachim Bandau Mannequin and Jinsu Han Sky Generator
With Mannequin by Joachim Bandau and Sky Generator by Jinsu Han, art is everywhere and in everything. © DR and Marc Straus Gallery

The must-see art event in the heart of Europe