Charbel-joseph H. Boutros Untitled until now 2022

Art Brussels features two Brazilian galleries

(Brussels, Belgium)

Founded in 1968, Art Brussels is one of the most renowned contemporary art fairs in Europe. It attracts a growing number of collectors, gallerists, curators, art professionals and art lovers from around the world. Every year in April, the fair welcomes around 25,000 visitors. This year the fair is released between April 28th and May 1st. Since 2016, Art Brussels had been held in the emblematic Tour & Taxis building. In 2019, Art Brussels has launched its new and diverse INVITED section, supporting emerging galleries and art spaces that are transcending the typical gallery format and that have never before participated in the fair.

Art Brussels brings together each year more than 150 contemporary art galleries among the most important of the international scene, gathered in four sections:

DISCOVERY: the focus is on young, emerging and lesser-known artists with recent works (2017-2020).
PRIME : the focus is on established artists from modern to contemporary.
REDISCOVERY: dedicated to art from the 20th century, this section presents living or deceased artists who are under-recognised, under-estimated or forgotten.
INVITED**: this section responds to exciting new shifts in the art market, providing new models to support a younger generation of international galleries that challenge traditional gallery models.

Among the Brazilian ones, Mendes Wood DM and Galeria Jaqueline Martins are the two on the list.

Brussels Art Fair
Thursday 28 April – Sunday 1 May 2022

Tour & Taxis
Avenue du Port 86c, 1000 Brussels, Belgium


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