Exhibitions

CURRENT     UPCOMING     PAST

Current

“Corneille” from November 25 to December 30 2018
at TGAG in Sint-Martens-Latem.

Upcoming

Past

“the artist at home – rené magritte” from March 22 to April 29 2018
at TGAG in Sint-Martens-Latem.

“the artist at home – michael borremans” from March 22 to April 29 2018
at TGAG in Sint-Martens-Latem.

Brussels Art Square Exhibition

Brussels Art Square from September 26 to September 27 2014

Founded in 2005, on the initiative of a group of leading Belgian antique dealers, Brussels Art Square asbl aims to raise the profile, both at home and abroad, of the Sablon and its surrounding area as a historic art and antiques district, with the intention of preserving the originality and charm of this quarter of Brussels.
The “open door” events that we have been running in recent years, now bring together a wide variety of fields from the art market; from Haute Epoque to XVIIIth and XIXth century design, not forgetting ancient Rome, Asia and even contemporary art.
We therefore invite you to join us on 26 and 27 September from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m., for a journey through time and across continents.

Extract for the BAS Website

Les Nocturnes du Sablon from November 28 to December 1 2013

For this 2013 edition the Association “Quartier des Arts et du commerce du Sablon”, in collaboration with VISITBRUSSELS, is organising four days of festivities in the Grand Sablon area of Brussels.

More info at http://www.sablon-bruxelles.com/

Brussels Art Square Exhibition

Brussels Art Square from September 27 to September 28 2013

Founded in 2005, on the initiative of a group of leading Belgian antique dealers, Brussels Art Square asbl aims to raise the profile, both at home and abroad, of the Sablon and its surrounding area as a historic art and antiques district, with the intention of preserving the originality and charm of this quarter of Brussels.

The “open door” events that we have been running in recent years, now bring together a wide variety of fields from the art market; from Haute Epoque to XVIIIth and XIXth century design, not forgetting ancient Rome, Asia and even contemporary art.

We therefore invite you to join us on 27 and 28 September from 2 p.m. until 8 p.m., for a journey through time and across continents.

Extract for the BAS Website

CURRENT     UPCOMING     PAST

Exhibitions in the Gemini Art Gallery