I never went at St-ART before this December and I didn’t really know what to expect before arriving to Strasbourg. I obviously knew it by name and was happy that their team asked me to cover the 2023 edition. 

This type of fair is a goldmine for discovering young artists, and so I arrived at the city’s Exhibition Park full of enthusiasm, greeted right from the hall by an oversized moon. I must say that I did not expect such a level of quality at all. Among the predominantly emerging young artists, I saw works by renowned artists like Christo, Bernard Venet, Arman, Nikki de Saint Phalle, etc. I also liked the variety of mediums on display: painting and sculpture of course, but also ceramics, tapestry and other textile works, drawing, prints, and more. A little gem that well deserved the 2h30 train ride!

Art Dealers Interviews

Wilo & Grove, Sandra Blum, Kraemer Gallery, Guy Pieters and more! Dive into the 2023 edition of St-ART, a top notch regional art fair, held annually in Strasbourg.

I think St-ART is definitely a fair to visit, a haven for art discoveries. I likes the way it balances emerging artists and more established names to meet all kind of tastes and budgets.

Sum it up, I'm in a rush!

  • When? | 24 – 26 November 2023
  • Where? | Strasbourg, France
  • Atmosphere | Good-natured
  • Featured Gallery Gem | Guy Pieters
  • For Whom? | Local collectors

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