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 directly from the very best emerging and mid-career artists.
Post Art Fair Online Sales
October 12th – November 3
The Accessible Art Fair Brussels and Invaluable are collaborating! The physical fair recently took place in Brussels at the Jewish Museum, from September 22-25th, and Invaluable are hosting the newly created online extension of that fair. For those of you who missed the event in Brussels, or for those who were there and want to experience more of it, this is your chance!
Invaluable is the single destination marketplace for discerning buyers to find the most sought-after fine art, antiques and collectables in the world. They were recently called “one of the fastest growing e-commerce sites in the art world,” by BLOUIN ARTINFO.
View our online catalogue of artwork of several top artists who participated in the September edition of the art fair. (click here)
The 2017 Edition
The 2017 edition will take place at Bozar in October 2017.
Brussels Airlines ‘LIKES ART’ Award
Brussels Airlines has teamed up with the Accessible Art Fair New York, presented by MvVO ART, to sponsor the Brussels Airlines ‘LIKES ART’ Award.
The Brussels Airlines ‘LIKES ART’ Award will be presented to a favorite artist selected from among the 60 featured at the Fair. The public can here or while visiting the exhibit until November 7th
Walter Benjamin, guest of honour of the Accessible Art Fair, on BBC World News 2016