The Accessible Art Fair is turning 10 this year. To celebrate this milestone, Stephanie Manasseh (founder & director of the fair) and her team are not only about to launch the fair in New-York this upcoming November, but decided to organise this 10 years Brussels edition in a brand new location well known by the locals “Le Musée Juif de Belgique”: “The idea is to bring a very positive project to this very important location in Brussels” explained Stephanie.
The fair will welcome this year a group of 75 Belgian and international artists , all selected by a professional committee, who will present and sell their work directly to the public. The particularity of the Accessible Art fair is that they are exhibiting independent emerging or mid-career artists who are not yet represented by a commercial gallery. It’s important to specify that accessible doesn’t mean “cheap” or “easy”, the fair has been empowering artists for many years now and is also offering them an experienced and well curated platform to present their work:”Stephanie’s idea was to give a high end showcase to unknown artists and make them accessible to a discerning audience.”
A perfect opportunity to start or complete your art collection.
The Accessible Art Fair is offering to my readers the opportunity to win a VIP pass for two (which include the VIP preview and cocktail). How to be the happy winner? Simply follow @accessibleartfair on Instagram (or on Facebook if you are not on IG) and @the_bubblist and comment bellow to mention your participation. The winer will be notified by email on Sunday evening.
When: September 22-25 // Where: 21 Rue des Minimes, Bruxelles // Buy a ticket