Patrick Lancz opened his first gallery in the Sablon district of Brussels in 1994. Strongly attached to the Ecole Belge, which covers the Symbolist, Impressionist and Fauvist period from 1890 to 1930, he also specializes in the Belgian avant-garde of the 1920s and in Abstract Art from the 1950s and 1970s. The gallery is nonetheless open to international artists and enriches its list regularly. Lancz Gallery organizes two or three exhibitions a year, which aim to offer pieces by a range of artists whose works offer a harmony of techniques and colour presented in old, high quality frames. Each exhibition is accompanied by a richly illustrated catalogue. 2018 will mark the gallery’s eighteenth participation in BRAFA.