Art Brussels represents a unique opportunity to discover the richness of the artistic and cultural scene of the European capital, and 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. Since 2016, Art Brussels takes place in the emblematic building of Tour & Taxis, in the heart of Brussels.
Collectible is a pioneering fair exclusively gathering unique pieces and limited editions dedicated to contemporary collectible design of the 21st century.
Retaining its youthful profile as a discovery fair, Art Brussels, one of Europe’s most original and most established fairs, celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2018. The fair can for the second year count on the main support of Belfius Wealth Management.
This year the museum will be celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Friends of the S.M.A.K. This association, originally called... Details
Gerhard Richter (1932, Dresden) is one of the most influential contemporary artists and is often called the renewer of post-war... Details
In our society, photographic images do not function solely as ornamentation. They also form part of the structure. At the... Details
S.M.A.K. invites French-Algerian artist Kader Attia at the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the Textile course at KASK/School of... Details
Smith (1977, Detroit, USA) assembles and manipulates this found material in an unusual way. He isolates objects, makes changes to... Details
In the mid-1960s, Merz was one of the founders of the Italian arte povera movement and throughout his working life remained one of its pivotal figures.
During the 1970s, Goldstein worked as a conceptual artist in Western Europe, mainly using text, photography, audio recordings and film to explore questions of perception, as well as social, political, economic and theoretical subjects.