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What is Accessible Art Fair?

Accessible Art’s mission is to offer a platform where artists, designers and galleries meet a discerning public. For this purpose, we organize various events that take place in elegant and central locations. The most well known event is the Accessible Art Fair, which gives the opportunity to see and buy high quality works of art and also gives the public and opportunity to discuss with the sellers. Whether it is works from young emerging artists, artists in mid-career, designers or galleries, we bring carefully selected works of  art to a captive audience. Our jury of experts, which comprises of contemporary and modern art specialists and art journalists, guarantees the quality of the art presented.

 

Next Accessible Art Fair

October 15-18, 2015

Cercle de LorrainePlace Poelaert 6, 1000 Brussels

Applications open January 2015 We will be accepting applications from painters, sculptors, photographers and designers.

News in 2015 -

Art & Design Sessions - 

Stephanie Manasseh (director of AAF) curator for BMW Brandstore Brussels

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The concept of these exhibitions is to combine a presentation, a cocktail and new works of the artist, in their presence, exclusively to press and selected guests.

Together with Stephanie Manasseh and Alexandre Hauben from BMW will curate these exhibitions bringing the best of art & design to this exclusive space covering 1600 m2.

BMW lauched these series of Art & Design Sessions with the prolific, Antwerp-based photographer, Marc Lagrange who will be present at the opening event on the 21st january.

Other artists and designers who will be showcasing their work during the Art & Design Sessions in 2015 include: François De Brigode, Xavier Lust, Paolo Pellizari, Yann Guitton, Gauthier Poulain, Linadura, Pedro Correa, Jun Godron, to name of few.

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