Thirty-six galleries are taking part in the event from February 17-20. The majority are from Brussels but they are joined by eight exhibitors from Paris and one from London (Finch and Co) which will take space to offer their highlights in the galleries of resident dealers.
Most of the galleries are situated around the Sablon and Avenue Louise districts of Brussels.
The idea behind the initiative is to support BRAFA exhibitors by offering them additional visibility, while maintaining a link with collectors throughout the season before BRAFA 2022 in June. Works on sale will reflect the fair’s eclecticism with a mix of antique and contemporary pieces spanning the fields of antiquities, tribal art, painting and sculpture, furniture, silverwares and porcelain.
Further information including a downloadable city map showing the galleries’ location can be found on the website.
PAD coming up in April
PAD Paris will hold its next edition of the decorative arts and design fair in the French capital from April 5-10. A roster of around 60 French and International galleries will exhibit at this 24th edition which will be staged in its usual venue, The Tuileries.