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. Around 25,000 visitors – art professionals, collectors, museum curators and simply curious – attend the April 4-day fair each year. Divided into 4 sections, approximately 150 top galleries exhibit in DISCOVERY that focuses on very recent pieces by lesser-known and emerging artists, PRIME presents established talents, REDISCOVERY focusses on the 20th century art from under-estimated or forgotten artists, and since 2019, INVITED promotes emerging galleries and art spaces that extend the strict concept of the gallery and which are newbies in the art fair world. 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
Vernissage: €50 / €90 for two
General Admission: €20
Students: €10 (Free on Friday with card)
Groups (+10): €10 per person
Children Under 16: Free
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