23 – 26 April 2020
One of the best known European contemporary art fairs, Art Brussels is a long-running event that was first launched in 1968. Arounf 25,000 visitors – art professionals, collectors, museum curators and simply curious – attend the April 4-day fair each year. Divided into 3 sections, approximately 150 top galleries exhibit in the ‘Discover’ sector that focuses on very recent pieces by lesser-known and emerging artists, the ‘Prime’ area presents established talents, and the ‘Rediscover’ section focusses on the 20th century art from under-estimated or forgotten artists. A programme of talks, tours and performances takes place over the weekend.
Practical info Art Brussels 2020
Tour & Taxis
Avenue du Port 86c
23 April: 11am – 5pm (Preview)
23 April: 5pm – 10pm (Vernissage)
24-26 April: 11am – 7pm
General Admission: TBA
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