25 Apr 2024 - 28 Mar 2024

Art Brussels 2024

Brussels Expo


Art Brussels is announcing its 40th edition, taking place from Thursday 25 April to Sunday 28 April 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 the BrusselsExpo, 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 yearbefore Art Brussels), Art Brussels remains one of Europe’s leading contemporary art fairs and is a highlight of theinternational art spring calendar. 

The past few years and thanks to its rich history, vibrant energy, diverse communities, and thriving arts scene, Brussels hasbecome Europe’s epicentre of contemporary art and one the world’s most exciting creative cities. 

The fair returns with an exceptional international programme featuring galleries from 31 countries, offering a unique mix ofestablished artists and emerging talent. Art Brussels is also delighted to announce the continued support of the two mainpartners, 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 iscommitted to acquiring an outdoor sculpture for a public space. A jury will decide which artist will be chosen from the newoutdoor 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 significant60% of returning galleries and notable newcomers, we are extremely proud of the diverse and influential line-up. ArtBrussels 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, 11 in REDISCOVERY, 9 INVITED as well as 28 in the fair’s SOLO sub-section. 

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); Harlan Levey Projects (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); Axel Vervoordt (Hong Kong, Wijnegem). 

Among the international galleries participating in the PRIME section are: Almine Rech (Paris, Brussels, London, New York,Shanghai); 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); Gladstone (Brussels, Los Angeles, New York, Seoul); The Hole (Los Angeles,New York); Galerie Lelong & Co (New York, Paris); Mendes Wood DM (São Paulo, Brussels, New York); Nathalie Obadia (Paris,Brussels); Nino Mier (Brussels, Los Angeles, New York, Marfa); 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); Galerie Christophe Gaillard (Paris, Brussels); Harper’s (NewYork); Mai 36 Galerie (Zurich); MASSIMODECARLO (Milan, London, Paris, Hong Kong, Beijing); Duarte Sequeira (Braga,Seoul); Galerie Thomas Schulte (Berlin); Steve Turner (Los Angeles); Zander Galerie (Cologne, Paris). 

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); Denicolai & Provoost with LMNO (Brussels); Oscar Giaconia with MONITOR (Rome, Lisbon, Pereto); 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); Ballon Rouge (Brussels); Double V Gallery (Marseille); Galerie Droste (Paris); Freight+Volume (New York); Galerie Claire Gastaud (Paris); Philipp von Rosen Galerie (Cologne); Suburbia Contemporary (Barcelona); The Drawing Room (Makati); The Rooster Gallery (Vilnius); and Zalucky Contemporary (Toronto). 

A section at the fair will be dedicated to the REDISCOVERY presentations focusing on 20 century artists, living or deceased who have not achieved recognition they deserved. This year, the section includes presentations of works by: Sandro DeAlexandris with 10 A.M. ART (Milan); Patrick Angus & Logan T. Sibrel with Galerie Thomas Fuchs (Stuttgart); DiogoPimentão, 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) & 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 9 new coming galleries in this section include C.C.C.(Copenhagen); Rose Easton (London); KIN Gallery (Brussels); RESERVOIR (Cape Town) & Spiaggia Libera (Paris). 

The complete list of galleries for Art Brussels 2024:

1 Mira Madrid, Madrid
3+1 Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon
10 A.M. ART, Milan
418 GALLERY, Munich, Cetate
ABC-ARTE, Genoa, Milan 
acb Gallery, Budapest 
Luis Adelantado Gallery, Valencia 
ADN Galeria, Barcelona, Paris 
ADZ, Lisbon 
AIR DE PARIS, Romainville 
AKINCI, Amsterdam 
Alarcon, Criado, Sevilla 
ALMA, Riga 
Alice Amati, London 
Andersen’s, Copenhagen 
Andréhn-Schiptjenko, Stockholm, Paris 
annex14, Zürich
Artbeat, Tblissi 
Martin Asbæk Gallery, Copenhagen 
ATLAS Gallery, London 
BARONIAN, Brussels 
Base-Alpha Gallery, Antwerp, Brussels 
Belenius, Stockholm 
Galerie Anne-Sarah Bénichou, Paris 
Berg Gallery, Stockholm 
Sébastien Bertrand, Geneva 
Bigaignon, Paris
Blouin Division, Montreal 
Galerie Anne-Laure Buffard, Paris 
Galerie C, Neuchâtel, Paris 
C.C.C., Copenhagen 
Ceysson & Bénétière, Paris, Luxembourg, Saint-Etienne, Lyon, New York, Geneva 
CLEARING, Brussels, New York, Los Angeles 
Josilda da Conceição, Amsterdam 
Dauwens & Beernaert gallery, Brussels 
De Brock, Knokke 
Kristof De Clercq gallery, Ghent 
Dep Art Gallery, Milan 
Dirimart, Istanbul 
Don Gallery, Shanghai 
Double V Gallery, Marseille 
The Drawing Room, Makati 
Galerie Droste, Paris 
Rose Easton, London 
Gallery FIFTY ONE, Antwerp 
Galeria Foco, Lisbon 
FRED&FERRY, Antwerp 
Freight+Volume, New York 
Galerie Thomas Fuchs, Stuttgart 
Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Brussels, Paris 
Galerie Claire Gastaud, Paris 
Gathering, London 
Annie Gentils Gallery, Antwerp 
Gladstone Gallery, Brussels, New York, Seoul 
The Goma, Madrid 
Gratin, New York 
Robert Grunenberg, Berlin 
Hales, London, New York 
Harper’s, New York 
HdM Gallery, Bejing 
Patrick Heide Contemporary Art, London 
Cecilia Hillström Gallery, Stockholm 
The Hole, New York 
Hopstreet, Deurle 
House of Chappaz, Valencia 
Xavier Hufkens, Brussels 
Jahn und Jahn, Munich, Lisbon 
rodolphe janssen, Brussels 
Kalashnikovv Gallery, Johannesburg 
Keteleer Gallery, Antwerp 
KIN Gallery, Brussels 
Galerie Russi Klenner, Berlin 
Galerie La Forest Divonne, Brussels, Paris 
galerie lange + pult, Geneva, Zurich, Auvernier 
Irène Laub, Brussels 
Galerie Laurentin, Paris, Brussels 
Galerie Lelong & Co., Paris, New York 
LETO, Warsaw 
Harlan Levey Projects, Brussels 
Françoise Livinec, Paris 
LMNO, Brussels 
Longtermhandstand, Budapest 
Lutnița, Chișinău 
MAGNIN-A, Paris 
Mai 36 Galerie, Zurich 
Galerie Ron Mandos, Amsterdam 
Galeria Jaqueline Martins, Brussels, Sao Paulo 
MASSIMODECARLO, Milan, London, Paris, Hong Kong, Beijing 
Galerie Greta Meert, Brussels 
Meessen De Clercq, Brussels 
Mendes Wood DM, Brussels, Sao Paulo, Paris, New York 
Nino Mier, Brussels, Los Angeles, New York, Marfa 
Mind Set Art Center, Taipei 
Ani Molnár Gallery, Budapest 
MONITOR, Rome, Lisbon, Pereto 
Galeria BRUNO MÚRIAS, Lisbon 
Nadja Vilenne, Liège 
NEWCHILD, Antwerp 
Nosbaum & Reding, Luxembourg, Brussels 
Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris, Brussels 
P420, Bologna 
Galerie Papillon, Paris 
Pedrami Gallery, Antwerp 
PLUS-ONE Gallery, Antwerp 
Anca Poterașu Gallery, Bucharest
Berthold Pott, Cologne
Galerie Praz-Delavallade, Paris, Los Angeles 
Galeria Presença, Porto 
QG Gallery, Brussels, Knokke 
Galerie Ramakers, The Hague 
JOEY RAMONE, Rotterdam 
Almine Rech, Brussels, Paris, London, Shanghai, New York, Monaco 
Thomas Rehbein Galerie, Cologne 
Michel Rein, Brussels, Paris 
Repetto Gallery, Lugano 
The Rooster Gallery, Vilnius 
Rossicontemporary, Brussels 
Ruttkowski;68, Cologne, Düsseldorf, New York, Paris 
RX&SLAG, Paris 
Richard Saltoun Gallery, London, Rome 
Rosa Santos, Madrid, Valencia 
SARAI Gallery, Mahshahr, Tehran, London 
galerie Sator, Paris 
Galerie Thomas Schulte, Berlin 
Semiose, Paris 
SEPTIEME Gallery, Paris 
Duarte Sequeira, Braga, Seoul 
SEXAUER, Berlin 
SMAC Gallery, Stellenbosch 
Galeria Filomena Soares, Lisbon 
Sorry We’re Closed, Brussels 
Spiaggia Libera, Paris 
Stems Gallery, Brussels, Paris 
Suburbia Contemporary, Barcelona 
Super Dakota, Brussels 
Galerie Suzanne Tarasieve, Paris 
Tegenboschvanvreden, Amsterdam 
TEMPLON, Paris, Brussels, New York 
Triangolo Art Gallery, Cremona 
Steve Turner, Los Angeles 
Gallery Sofie Van de Velde, Antwerp 
VAN HORN, Dusseldorf 
Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp, Rome 
Maurice Verbaet Gallery, Knokke 
Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Wijnegem, Hong Kong 
VETA by Fer Francés, Madrid 
VIN VIN, Vienna, Naples 
Philipp von Rosen Galerie, Cologne 
Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam 
Whitehouse Gallery, Brussels 
Wilde, Geneva, Zurich, Basel 
Yavuz Gallery, Singapore, Sydney 
Zalucky Contemporary, Toronto 
Zander Galerie, Cologne, Paris 
Zidoun-Bossuyt Gallery, Luxembourg, Paris, Dubai 
Zina Gallery, Cluj-Napoca 
Gauli Zitter, Brussels 

Press release from Art Brussels

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