AcCESSIBLE ART FAIR | 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.


OCTOBER 5-8, 2017  

• BOZAR  23 RUE RAVENSTEIN, 1000 • BRUSSELS •

 

PROGRAMME



VIP PREVIEW NIGHT
THURSDAY 5 OCT: 
18:00 - 22:00
(EVENING IN SUPPORT OF
JUSTINE FOR KIDS) 

PUBLIC VIEWING
FRIDAY 6 OCT:
11:00 - 20:00

SATURDAY 7 OCT:
 11:00 - 20:00

SUNDAY 8 OCT: 
10:00 - 19:00


ACCESSIBLE ART FAIR 2017


Interview with Artist Abdalla Al Omari | BBC World

Artist Abdalla Al Omari - Participating artist in the Accessible Art Fair 2017 talks about his Vulnerability Series with Tim Willcox from BBC World.

PANDEMONIA

For her first ever performance in Belgium at the Accessible Art Fair on VIP opening on October 5th. 
 



Sneak peek of the artists' selection day 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•

•BOZAR•


 

 

 

The SELECTION COMMITTEE

Read more about the selection committee for THE 2017 edition

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Our esteemed jury met on the 2nd June at the prestigious Amigo Hotel in Brussels.


 

 

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?


PREVIOUS EDITION

Accessible Art Fair 2016

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Accessible Art Fair aim to make waves in the contemporary art market, to enable artists to sell direct and to foster the connectivity between artist and artist and our audience. I am truly grateful for the inclusion and to the new friends and clients I have made. See some shots of me installing the stand on my website. I look forward to seeing you again in Brussels soon.
— Rod McIntosh, Artist 2016 edition


All photography provided by Gaëtan Chaikaiban