AcAF | Brussels
We put the public in touch directly with the artists behind the work. The Accessible Art Fair (ACAF) has been bringing original art, photography, design and sculpture to the art buying public since 2006. ACAF's mission is to offer a platform where artists and designers meet a discerning public.
THE NEXT Accessible ARt Fair BRUSSELS WILL TAKE PLACE OCTOBER 5-8 2017 AT THE PALAIS DES BEAUX-ARTS • BOZAR, 1000 BRUSSELS.
Sneak peek of the ACAF 2017 edition artists' selection at the Amigo Hotel in Brussels. Watch BX1's interview from David Courier on the jury meeting and find out more about the Fair.
•5/6/7/8 October 2017•
• Prize awarded to two artists between 18 and 30 years old
• Artists must apply first and get selected by our selection committee in June
• 3000 EUR prize covering costs of space at the fair
• Thierry Lancelot will decide the two winners together with director Stephanie Manasseh after the selection of the artists for the 2017 edition
We are pleased to welcome Ohana to the ACAF this year as part of our commitment to support young talent. Ohana will work alongside director Stephanie Manasseh to curate our space at the Bozar by offering visitors the best experience possible at the Accessible Art Fair 2017.
Art For Tomorrow 2016 - Doha, Qatar.
Stephanie Manasseh, director and founder of the Accessible Art Fair interviewed by Rachel Donadio. What does "accessible" art mean? What are the goals of the Accessible Art Fair Brussels? Why and how is Brussels and emerging city?
All photography provided by Gaëtan Chaikaiban