What is Accessible Art Fair?

Brussels favourite artist-led fair since 2007!

Accessible Art Fair’s mission is to offer a platform for artists and designers and make them accessible to a discerning audience. We offer the opportunity to purchase quality works of art and design and meet the creators behind the work. All our works are carefully selected and hand picked by a panel of experts and we guarantee the quality of the art presented. We are the place to discover great talent!

Purchasing a work of art might seem daunting to some. At the Accessible Art Fair we strive to make this experience as pleasant as possible by removing the barriers between the buyer and the artist.

 

Brussels favourite fair to meet and buy art direct from the very best emerging and undiscovered artists.

Art Advisory and Curatorial Services

Our Personal Art Shopper will come to your home or office to help you select artwork to fit your style, personality, and environment. With fifty artists featured at each fair, we have a variety of styles, prices, and sizes to appeal to every taste.

Whether you have enjoyed artworks from the fair but remain undecided or have recently discovered our featured artists online, we can find art pieces to match your lifestyle in the comfort of your own home and office.

Curatorial Services - For companies or organizations, our director offers her curatorial services to present or exhibit an artist or designer to suit your brand.

Contact usinfo@accessibleartfair.com

 

 

The 2015 Edition

Thanks for making the 2015 edition a success!

Access videos and pictures of last year edition

E-TV at AAF 2015

ACCESSIBLE ART FAIR 2015 from Etvonweb on Vimeo.

See you next year !

The Next 2016 Edition

10th edition of the Accessible Art Fair !

Date

September 22-25, 2016

Hours:

Thursday – VIP : 19h-22h

Friday – Late night opening : 12h-22h

Saturday : 10h- 21h

Sunday : 10h-19h

Location:

MJB – Rue des Minimes 21, 1000 Bruxelles

Access:

Train: Brussels Chapelle train station

STIB: tram 92-93 “Petit Sablon”, bus 27-98-95 “Grand Sablon”

Car: closest Interparking Place Poelaert “Sablon-Poelaert”

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NEWS & PRESS

“Brussels’s Accessible Art Fair Announces 60 Artists for First New York Edition” Artnet

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Extension Call for Artists

We are happy to extend the deadline for the Accessible Art Fair Brussels, Call for Artists to May 20th.

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We are in Artnet!
“Brussels’ Accessible Art Fair Has Big Plans for New York”
Founded by Stephanie Manasseh in 2007, the Accessible Art Fair looks to provide a platform for artistic talent without gallery representation. The fair’s new US partner, MvVO ART, will run the New York edition, which will be the first art fair held at the National Arts Club in Gramercy Park.
Read more about it on Artnet & find the Chinese version here
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We are in The Art Newspaper!

“Belgian Art Fair to be held in Jewish Museum”

Stephanie Manasseh says that the idea to hold the fair’s tenth edition in the Jewish Museum came from its director, “It’s time to make this museum live again” she says.
Her four-day fair will involve 60 artists’ work, including performances, and will mark the museum’s relaunch.
Read more about it in The Art Newspaper

Art For Tomorrow in Doha

Stephanie Manasseh , director of the Accessible Art Fair was a speaker at the Art For Tomorrow conference in Doha. 

 Art For Tomorrow – March 12-15, 2016 – Doha, Qatar

Press Release

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Persbericht

Persbericht

 

Parution in Le Vif L’Express

Stephanie Manasseh, founder and director of the Accessible Art Fair figured in the edition of Le Vif L’Express n°3372 from 19-25th february.

Read the Article

 

 

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