The Brussels Art Fair (BRAFA) searches out and features top-level works of art and discoveries in multiple disciplines, crossing media, cultures, and even centuries. View paintings, drawings, sculptures, glassware, ceramics, and other artful objects from 134 art dealers and galleries now through February 4.
The BRAFA credo is “that of the highest possible quality,” reflected by galleries that are both historically represented and new to the show. The organization’s president, Harold t’Kint de Roodenbeke, says, “It’s really a great source of pride for BRAFA to be able to present such a panel, comprising so many galleries of international renown and such strong sections. I think the quality will never have been as high, and I am delighted at the prospect. We are looking forward with great anticipation to being able to open our doors to our visitors!”
New to BRAFA this year are:
ArtAncient (London — archaeology, numismatics)
Galeria Bernat (Madrid/Barcelona — Haute Epoque)
Galerie Chastel-Maréchal (Paris — 20th-century decorative arts)
Galerie Philippe David (Zurich — modern and contemporary art)
Gladstone Gallery (Brussels — contemporary art)
Galerie Maeght (Paris — 20th-century paintings and sculptures)
Guilhem Montagut Gallery (Barcelona — tribal art)
Renaud Montméat (Paris — Asian art)
Osborne Samuel Gallery (London — modern British painting and sculpture)
Galerie de la Présidence (Paris — 20th-century masters and figurative painters of the 1950s)
Galerie Ratton (Paris — tribal art)
Repetto Gallery (London — Italian post-war art, Arte Povera, Land Art)
Galerie Schifferli (Geneva — 20th-century paintings and works on paper)
Theatrum Mundi (Arezzo — 21st-century cabinet of curiosities)
Tornabuoni Arte (Florence — modern and contemporary art)
Created in 1956, the Brussels Art Fair is one of the world’s oldest art fairs, known for the superb art, antiques, and design objects its international exhibitors offer. It is held at Tour & Taxis, an impressive 19th-century complex of warehouses surrounding a former train station.
For more information, visit brafa.art.
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