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Galerie AB-BA

Galerie AB-BA joins BRAFA in the Galleries from Paris with art from the 1950s

Galerie AB-BA is specialized in paintings, drawings and sculptures from 1830 to the present. Agnès and Odile Aittouarès were born into a family of art dealers. With two locations in Paris, they present classical and modern art in the Quartier Drouot and contemporary art in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. For BRAFA in the Galleries, the sisters present you a collection of works from the 1950s by artists including Karel Appel, Christian Dotremont, Pierre Alechinsky, Hans Hartung and André Marfaing.



BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you online and in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

To learn more, register for news and enjoy more exhibits online, kindly visit: https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Paolo Antonacci

Paolo Antonacci presents masterpiece artworks for BRAFA in the Galleries

Paolo Antonacci opened his own gallery in Rome in 1998, coming from a long line of Roman antique dealers. The galerie is specialized in fine paintings, watercolours and drawings from late 18th century to the early 20th century with a particular focus on Vedute. This presentation of the collection gives a good impression of the quality and diversity of the artworks on display. Exhibits include a Trompe-l'oeil of paintings from the Capitolini museums, of Filippo Mola's 'Indian Procession', 1892, and 'Musicians in piazza Barberini, Rome', 1862, by Armand Hubert Simon Leleux.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

Learn more and discover all artworks and videos on www.brafa.art.

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W. Apolloni srl

W. Apolloni srl and Laocoon Gallery show Patrick Alò's Mitologia Meccanica

W. Apolloni srl, one of Rome’s oldest and most illustrious antiques shops, and the London-based Laocoon Gallery ltd have teamed up for BRAFA in the Galleries to present 17th-19th century paintings, drawings, sculpture and works of art. Marco Fabio Apolloni is thrilled to host an exhibition in Rome to show the contemporary artwork created from scrap metal by Italian artist Patrick Alò (1975).

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

Learn more and discover all artworks and videos on www.brafa.art.

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d'Arschot & Cie

Galerie Philippe d'Arschot offers antique silver masterpieces during BRAFA in the Galleries

On the occasion of BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021), the Galerie Philippe d'Arschot in Brussels is pleased to present a selection of Belgian and European silver masterpieces. Some unpublished works of art, such as the oldest Belgian teapot known to date, a rare 18th century snuff box in the shape of a lamb, or an exceptional 16th century English rock crystal salt cellar, will be on display for the pleasure of any collector.

BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

To learn more, kindly visit: https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Artimo Fine Arts

BRAFA in the Galleries welcomes Artimo Fine Arts

Artimo Fine Arts specializes in marble sculptures by international artists and bronze sculptures by Belgian artists of the 19th and early 20th centuries. In this video, Director Georges Van Cauwenbergh presents 'The Artist,' 1878, a marble masterpiece made by Charles-Auguste Fraikin (1817-1893), one of the best neoclassical sculptors in Belgium at the time. You are welcome to visit Artimo in the Sablon in Brussels during BRAFA in the Galleries, from 27 - 31 January 2021.

BRAFA in the Galleries is a newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 exhibitions will be organized in 13 countries and 37 cities so you will most likely be able to also view a BRAFA exhibition in your area!

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Arts et Autographes

Arts et Autographes Gallery offers a unique manuscript dictated by Napoléon

From Wednesday 27 – Sunday 31 January, 2021, our 126 exhibitors signed up for BRAFA 2021 will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks they had selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In this video, Arts et Autographes from Paris presents its highlight for the event, a unique manuscript dictated by Napoléon to General Bertrand. Visit BRAFA in the Galleries!

Jean-Emmanuel Raux opened his first gallery in 1975 in the Yvelines, then in 1999 moved to Paris by opening his Arts et Autographes gallery, in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, rue de l’odéon. He has been joined since 2015 by his daughter Alizée Raux, who is in charge of the Fine Arts department of the gallery. At its beginning, the Parisian gallery was strongly specialized in historical documents. Then over the years more, they expanded into the musical and fine arts. Jean-Emmanuel Raux has become an expert in manuscripts in France. With the arrival of his daughter, Alizée Raux, the gallery takes a new turn by diversifying into modern and contemporary art paintings.

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Bailly Gallery

Bailly Gallery presents Alexandre Calder's Black heart, 1971

Black heart, 1971, by Alexandre Calder is one of the highlights on display at the 'BRAFA in the Galleries' exhibition of Bailly Gallery in Genève. The collection of the gallery consists of art works by some of the greatest masters dating from the 19th and the 20th century, such as Auguste Rodin, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Marc Chagall, Pablo Picasso, Lucio Fontana, Serge Poliakoff, Chu The-Chun, Zao Wou Ki, François-Xavier and Claude Lalanne.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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Helene Bailly Gallery

The Helene Bailly Gallery is taking part in BRAFA in the Galleries

On the occassion of BRAFA in the Galleries, the Helene Bailly Gallery will present a beautiful selection of Impressionist, modern and contemporary masterpieces at 71, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré in Paris. One of the major exhibits is Kees van Dongen's 'Portrait de femme à la plume blanche', painted in circa 1908 at a time when the Dutch artist gained great public recognition in France. Watch the video and explore more works on display. You can visit the exhibition between 27 and 31 January, 2021.

BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

To learn more, register for news and enjoy more exhibits online, kindly visit: https://www.brafa.art/en/information​.

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Galerie de la Béraudière

Galerie de la Beraudière presents its highlight for BRAFA in the Galleries

Enjoy a fascinating preview of BRAFA in the Galleries, presented to you by Galerie de la Beraudière in Brussels. The gallery, housed in a former artist's studio, is specialized in modern and contemporary art. Part of the collection is 'Barbe des bourreaux de Paris', an ink and paper collage on paper created by Jean Dubuffet in 1959.

BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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Galerie Berès

Meet Galerie Berès in Paris!

Galerie Berès is ready to welcome you to BRAFA in the Galleries with a key work by Martin Barré (1924-1993) from 1956 and the fresh pastel, 'Cyclamen' by Odilon Redon (1840-1916). The gallery, located on the Rive Gauche facing the south-west wing of the Louvre, focuses on avant-garde movements in France from the 19th to the 20th century, including Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Cubism, Surrealism and Abstract art, and also on contemporary art.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you online on the BRAFA website and in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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Berko Fine Paintings

Berko Fine Paintings invites us to travel in the 19th century

The BRAFA Art Fair exhibitor Berko Fine Paintings invites to their gallery exhibition 'Travels in the 19th Century' in their Knokke-Heist premises. Until 5 January 2021, artworks take you back to the time when the Industrial Revolution made travelling possible for events and business or simply for discovery and recreation.

Berko Fine Paintings will also take part in BRAFA in the Galleries, the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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Bernier/Eliades Gallery

BERNIER/ELIADES joins BRAFA in the Galleries with contemporary art

During BRAFA 2021, the BERNIER/ELIADES Gallery will present the first solo show by the young German painter Philip A. Zimmermann in their gallery space in Brussels. In this video, you can enjoy 'Garden of Light', an installation by the Scottish artist Charles Sandison (1969), presented by the gallery in Athens this year. The artist lives and works in Finland for almost 25 years.

'Garden of light' comprises interwoven video projections and large screens that invite the audience to immerse themselves in the digital glow of an alternate universe populated artificial intelligence life forms. Words, numbers, signs, and symbols roam freely around the walls. Sometimes briefly merging to form human figures and then exploding into a storm of letters, they transform themselves from one lexicon to another. Sandison combines his ability to write complex computer programs with a savant like spatial dexterity that visualises the hidden world of data that surrounds us.

Founded in Athens in 1977, the BERNIER/ELIADES Gallery has always been at the forefront of contemporary art in Greece. Jean Bernier and Marina Eliades have introduced a number of artistic movements such as Arte Povera, Minimalism, Land Art and Conceptual Art to the Greek public, also focusing on young American and European artists. In addition to their gallery in Athens, they opened a new space in Brussels in 2016.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

Learn more and discover all artworks and videos on www.brafa.art.

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Dr. Lennart Booij Fine Art & Rare Items

Lennart Booij Fine Art and Rare Items exhibits in Brussels

Lennart Booij Fine Art and Rare Items are dealers in artworks from distinguished artists from the first half of the 20th century. There is a strong focus at the oeuvre of René Lalique (1860-1945) and Pablo Picasso (1881-1973). The gallery presents glass items and original jewellery by René Lalique, lithographs, ceramics, aquatints and lino’s by Pablo Picasso and some rare vintage photos from the period 1900-1950. All these artists were front-runners in works of art done in small runs and editions. Therefore quite unique pieces are still traceable and affordable. The gallery also holds a small stock of rare lightning objects, mainly designed by Jean Perzel (1892-1986) and period decorative items.

During the upcoming BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021), the gallery will exhibit together with Huberty & Breyne Gallery at Place du Châtelain 33 in Brussels.

#BRAFAintheGalleries​ is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis in Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 129 art dealers spread across 14 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

Learn more and discover all artworks and videos on www.brafa.art

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Galerie Alexis Bordes

Alexis Bordes shows restoration of a painting by Symbolist Emile René Ménard

The gallery of Alexis Bordes shows an oil painting by the Parisian Symbolist artist Emile René Ménard (1861-1930). 'Baigneuses sur la plage' is in perfect condition after a thorough cleaning by restorer Catherine Polnecq. In this video, you can see how the old layer of varnish, which has oxidized over time, is carefully removed. The transparency of the colours of the sunset sky, with pinkish tonalities and luminous yellow, will reappear and it will be truly beautiful! The final result can be seen on the BRAFA website at the end of January: https://www.brafa.art/.


The global situation invites us to be creative and to develop a new initiative that we have called: BRAFA in the Galleries. From Wednesday the 27th to Sunday the 31st of January 2021, several BRAFA exhibitors will show a selection of artworks in their galleries or at a colleague's, with respect of all sanitary regulations in force in each city. All the 126 dealers will also present their top pieces online at the revamped BRAFA website which serves as a support platform for this initiative. Visit https://www.brafa.art/ to browse the artworks and participating galleries.

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Cabinet of Curiosities-Honourable Silver Objects

Visit Cabinet of Curiosities - Honourable Silver Objects in Antwerp

Cabinet of Curiosities - Honourable Silver Objects focusses on 17th and 18th century curiosities and silverware. Beauty, sobriety, form and colour determine the presented pieces, while authenticity remains essential. During BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021), you can find inspiration in the stylish gallery in Antwerp. Browse the catalogue and discover all artworks and videos at www.brafa.art.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

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Callisto Fine Arts

BRAFA in the Galleries: Callisto Fine Arts to show Italian works of art

The Callisto Fine Arts gallery welcomes you to watch this video on a pair of Venetian bronzes of Bacchus and Ceres, made in the early 17th century by Nicolò Roccatagliata, and a painting by Didier Rahoult which shows that Europe was already united in the 19th century by art, by taste and by culture.


Established in 2012 by Carlo Milano, Callisto Fine Arts specialises in European sculpture and works of art, and in Old Master paintings, with a focus on the Italian school. The name of the gallery originates from the Greek word ‘Kállistos’, which means ‘the most beautiful’. This association perfectly explains the mission of the gallery, which is to source and present masterpieces of the finest quality!


You will find these works of art and more information on the BRAFA exhibitors pages at https://www.brafa.art/. The website will be updated with additional art objects during BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021). BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries or online, to present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 exhibitions will be organized in 13 countries and 37 cities.

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Galerie Jean-François Cazeau

Galerie Jean-François Cazeau presents a Picasso exhibition in Paris during BRAFA in the Galleries

In this video, Galerie Jean-François Cazeau presents an art exhibition dedicated to Pablo Picasso, organised for BRAFA in the Galleries. This unique exhibition in Paris features more than 40 works of art and focusses on Picasso's multiples from the years 1939 - 1970. Jean-François Cazeau opened his gallery in Paris in September 2009 in the Marais, two steps away from the Picasso Museum. The gallery presents works by internationally recognized modern and contemporary masters such as Bonnard, Picasso, Arp, Ernst, Léger, Cardenas, Chaissac, Calder and Wesselmann. A special place is for the Surrealists (André Masson in particular) and for Post-War abstract art.


BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

To learn more, register for news and enjoy key exhibits online, kindly visit: https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Galerie Cento Anni

BRAFA in the Galleries: enjoy Art Nouveau and Art Deco treasures at Cento Anni Gallery in Brussels

The Cento Anni Gallery was created in Brussels in 1982 by Maria Isabel Romero and Rodrigo Diaz. They soon came to specialize in Art Nouveau and Art Deco items, and the success they enjoyed on an international level encouraged them to open two other galleries: one in the Louvre des Antiquaires in Paris in 1999 and one in the rue de Miromesnil in 2005. Today the gallery provides several museums in Japan and numerous discerning collectors worldwide with exceptional works of art. In this video, they present their collection selected for BRAFA in the Galleries. Learn more at https://www.brafa.art/​

#BRAFAintheGalleries​ (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis in Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 129 art dealers spread across 14 countries and 38 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

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Chiale Fine Art

Chiale gallery presents its exhibits for BRAFA in the Galleries

Chiale Fine Art from Racconigi in Italy specializes in 18th century continental furniture, paintings and sculpture from the 14th to the 20th century. The gallery has made a touching, cinematic video to start the new year in a positive way and to present its selection for BRAFA in the Galleries.


BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area. To learn more, kindly visit: https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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didier Claes

BRAFA in the Galleries: Claes Gallery brings an exhibition on IBEJI twin statues from Nigeria

For 25 years, the Claes gallery has been glorifying Classic African art objects. Beyond his profession as a merchant, Didier Claes passes on his knowledge and shares his passion and the pride of this heritage. This short movie is the prelude to his BRAFA in the Galleries exhibition on IBEJI statues from Nigeria which will take place at the gallery in Brussels from January 28th to February 28th, 2021.

#BRAFAintheGalleries​ (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis in Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 129 art dealers spread across 14 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

Learn more and discover all artworks and videos on www.brafa.art

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C L E A R I N G

BRAFA in the Galleries: C L E A R I N G opens doors to Calvin Marcus exhibition

C L E A R I N G is pleased to announce 'EVERYTHING GOING THROUGH ITSELF', an exhibition of new works by the American contemporary artist Calvin Marcus (1988), which takes place in Brussels during BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 30 January 2021). Through a dozen large paintings, Marcus expands his series of fragmented self-contained narratives, offering many discreet happenings. Dreamlike images, large fields of color, haunting twists, and missing parts are the autonomous realities that make up the compositions. These disjointed moments are meant to burn brightly and expire as one moves between paintings.

Calvin Marcus’s work is part of the collections of MoMA and the Whitney Museum, New York; MCA, Chicago; MOCA, Los Angeles; Museum Boijmans, Rotterdam; Paris Museum of Modern Art and Fondation Louis Vuitton, Paris; Astrup Fearnley, Oslo; Rubell Museum, Miami; Aishti Foundation, Beirut; and K11, Hong Kong/Shanghai/Beijing.

C L E A R I N G is a contemporary art gallery based in New York and Brussels. The gallery was founded in 2011, with the focus of showing emerging art. It now represents 17 living artists, providing many of them - such as Harold Ancart, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Calvin Marcus and Marina Pinsky - with their first gallery exhibition. The gallery also represents the estates of Eduardo Paolozzi, Bruno Gironcoli and René Heyvaert.

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Costermans & Pelgrims de Bigard

Costermans offers a rare Louis XVI desk & Old Master painting by Paul de Vos

Enjoy the BRAFA in the Galleries preview of Costermans which features a rare Louis XVI desk in gilt bronze and Japanese lacquer and a wonderful painting of exotic birds by 17th century animal painter Paul de Vos.

Costermans is established at the Place du Grand Sablon in Brussels. The gallery is located in the historical monument and Hôtel Particulier known as the Hôtel du Chastel de la Howarderie, built around 1780. Today Arnaud Jaspar Costermans, who represents the sixth generation of antique dealers in his family, specializes in rare examples of 18th and 19th century European furniture and Decorative Arts. In collaboration with Cédric Pelgrims de Bigard he also developed a new branch to the gallery, focusing on important old master paintings by famous 17th and 18th century Flemish and Dutch artists.

#BRAFAintheGalleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis in Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country. We really hope you will enjoy our 126 exclusive BRAFA in the galleries exhibitions!

Learn more and discover all artworks and videos on www.brafa.art

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Dalton Somaré

BRAFA in the Galleries: Dalton Somaré welcomes you to Milan

Time to share another preview of our upcoming event: BRAFA in the Galleries. The Dalton Somaré gallery invites you to explore its exhibition in Milan. The gallery offers art enthusiasts the chance to explore important African sculpture and Indo-Buddhist ancient art and to discover their relevance to 21st century artistic practice. Exhibition highlights are a 14th-century Nepalese Vasundhara sculpture and a Kota guardian figure.

BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

To learn more, kindly visit: https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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De Jonckheere

Galerie De Jonckheere welcomes in Brussels

A guided tour through this lively painting reveals the nuts and bolts of Pieter Brueghel the Younger's world. Galerie De Jonckheere, specialised in the study and sale of 15th to 17th century Flemish paintings, takes you along the literal and metaphorical reading of the old master's panel. On the occasion of BRAFA in the Galleries, the Paris based gallery installs their exhibition, which includes this work, in the intimate setting of a private space in Brussels, on Rue Américaine 26-28.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 129 art dealers spread across 14 countries and 38 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

More information can be found at www.brafa.art.

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Galerie Oscar De Vos

BRAFA in the Galleries: Oscar de Vos shows a rediscovered masterpiece by Constant Permeke

Constant Permeke considered his 'Woman cutting the bread' (De broodsnijdster, 1927) as one of his most loved paintings and refused to part with it. Three years after Permeke passed away, in 1952, his children renounced one of his most famous masterpieces. An Antwerp diamond merchant became the new owner, who shortly after emigrated to the United States. Museum directors and official instances lost track of 'Woman cutting the bread'.

In 1987 the painting came into the hands of a Belgian collector. After being privately owned for over 30 years – and prior to that being in the US for over 30 years – today, Permeke's exceptional canvas is available on the art market again, in the BRAFA in the Galleries exhibition at Oscar De Vos in Sint-Martens-Latem. The art connoisseur has a deep-rooted passion for modern Flemish art dating from 1880 to 1940. His gallery opened in 1968, focusing on Latem School paintings, drawings and sculptures.

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Gallery Desmet

BRAFA in the Galleries: Gallery Desmet to offer a bust by José Alvarez Cubero

Gallery Desmet is based in the Sablon district in Brussels – the heart of art and antiques in Belgium. The collection include classical sculptures and works of art that date from Antiquity, the Renaissance and the Baroque and Neoclassical periods, reflecting the taste of a 19th century ‘Grand Tour’ collector. Tobias Desmet is very happy to reveal a 19th century bust as one of the highlights for BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021). The sculpture was commissioned by the 14th Duke of Alba from the leading Spanish sculptor of the time, José Alvarez Cubero (1768 – 1827 . Watch the video and find out which celebrity has been portrayed by the artist...

BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

To learn more, kindly visit: https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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DIE GALERIE

BRAFA in the Galleries: a message of hope from DIE GALERIE in Frankurt

Meet Peter Femfert, founder and owner of DIE GALERIE in Frankfurt for 42 years and an enthusiastic BRAFA exhibitor. With a special exhibition created for this BRAFA in the Galleries edition, he wants to encourage you. Green as the colour of confidence and hope, is the exhibition's central theme. Follow the gallery owner online on a walk around - and even a small dance ! - along some of the modern and contemporary artworks: 'Children begging' by the CoBrA master Karel Appel, Lucio Fontana's 'Concetto Spaziale', an abstract work by Max Ernst, 'Les Jeunes et les Jeux twistent', and a contemporary painting by Johannes Heisig.


BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you online or in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

To learn more, register for news and enjoy exhibits online, kindly visit: https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Douwes Fine Art BV

BRAFA in the Galleries: Rembrandt within reach at Douwes Fine Art Gallery in Amsterdam

Welcome to Douwes Fine Art Gallery! Did you know that the gallery and restoration workshop were established in 1770 and registered in 1805 under Napoleon? Possibly the oldest single family art business in the world, Douwes is now in the hands of the eighth generation. Located close to the Rijksmuseum and Museumplein in Amsterdam, the company covers five centuries of painting, sculpture and works on paper, with particular focus on Flemish, Dutch, French, Russian and Chinese cultures. Douwes is a leading expert in original lifetime Rembrandt prints.

In this video, father and son Douwes proudly present their Rembrandt collection, as well as Old Master paintings by David Teniers, Jan Davidsz. de Heem and Jan van Kessel and a Northern French polychrome sculpture. You can explore more artworks online at https://www.brafa.art/.

#BRAFAintheGalleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis in Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 129 art dealers spread across 14 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

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Galerie Eberwein

Archaeology and egyptology expert Galerie Eberwein shows ancient art objects

Galerie Eberwein has dealt in art from ancient Mediterranean civilisations for forty years. Today, Antonia Eberwein, daughter of the founder Roswitha Eberwein, ensures the continuity and success of the company at the gallery in the Saint-Germain district in Paris. The gallery specializes in Egyptian art and objects from neighbouring cultures, dating from 3500 BC to the Coptic period of about 1000 AD. The gallery made a lovely video on some of the ancient art exhibits selected for BRAFA in the Galleries. Enjoy it!

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

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Xavier Eeckhout

Xavier Eeckhout invites you to see 19th & 20th century animal sculptures

Animal sculpture from 1880 to 1950 is in the spotlight at Xavier Eeckhout in Paris. Witness the sculptures created by the Antwerp animalier Albéric Collin (1886-1962) in this new video, on display during BRAFA in the Galleries. Collin was the most important Belgian animal sculptor in the first half of the 2th century. Together with his friend and his master Rembrandt Bugatti, he spent many years at Antwerp Zoo, following their mutual artistic passion for wildlife.


#BRAFAintheGalleries​ (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis in Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 129 art dealers spread across 14 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country. We really hope you will enjoy our 126 exclusive BRAFA in the galleries exhibitions!

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A&R Fleury

The A&R Fleury Gallery from Paris shows modern and post-war art

Alexandre and Richard Fleury, specialists in modern and post-war art from Paris, have spent twenty years passionately researching the most important works of the 20th century. The A&R Fleury Gallery offers a program of monographic and group exhibitions dedicated to mid-20th century painters and sculptors. The gallery regularly devotes projects to the rediscovery of artists around the art scene of post-war art. In a special presentation created for BRAFA in the Galleries, you can see masterly sculptures and paintings from the hand of Geer van Velde, Alicia Penalba, Simon Hantaï, Bernar Venet, and Serge Poliakoff to name a few!

#BRAFAintheGalleries​ (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis in Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 129 art dealers spread across 14 countries and 38 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country. We really hope you will enjoy our 126 exclusive BRAFA in the galleries exhibitions!

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Galerie des Modernes

Galerie des Modernes spotlights French masters during BRAFA in the Galleries

Founded by Philippe Bismuth and Vincent Amiaux on the Rive Droite in Paris in 1998, the Galerie des Modernes first specialized in French master paintings dating from 1910–1940, before enlarging their range to incorporate the whole of the 20th century. Located in the Carré Rive Gauche since 2012, the gallery opened a new 100 m² split-level space at 13 rue des Saint-Pères in the 6th arrondissement in 2016. Here, they present carefully selected paintings, drawings and sculptures by artists connected with the most important modern art movements. For their BRAFA in the Galleries presentation, Galerie des Modernes puts the spotlights on Marie Laurencin (Paris, 1883-1956) who was an important figure in the Parisian avant-garde during the early years of the 20th century, as well as Le Corbusier whose symbolic compositions are exciting to unravel.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

More information can be found at https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Gokelaere & Robinson

Gokelaere & Robinson excel in timeless 20th century design

Stanislas Gokelaere and Céline Robinson can't imagine a life without aestethics. Their galleries in Knokke-Zoute and Brussels feature unique works that combine refined craftsmanship and timeless style, primarily by Scandinavian, American, French, Brazilian and Italian designers working between the 1940s and 1980s.

Visitors to BRAFA in the Galleries can enjoy this desk designed by Joaquim Tenreiro (1906–1992) for Oscar Niemeyer's Machete television network offices. Tenreiro was the first Brazilian designer to adopt a modernist vernacular. The elegant and timeless design of this desk is perfectly complemented by the choice of wood, which has a very expressive, contrasted and intricate pattern, as often seen in Tenreiro’s works.

#BRAFAintheGalleries is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis in Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions.

The galleries will open 27 - 31 January 2021, with the exception of the eleven galleries in Knokke-Heist that have chosen dates adapted to the specificities of this seaside resort (Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 January 2021 and Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 February 2021, from 11 am until 6 pm).

Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country. Learn more and explore the artworks and videos on www.brafa.art.

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Galerie Grand-Rue Marie-Laure Rondeau

BRAFA in the Galleries: Galerie Grand Rue from Geneve invites you to a Grand Tour of Europe

While world tourism remains at a standstill at present, this BRAFA in the Galleries exhibitor offers a great alternative! Follow the trail of the young aristocrat Sir William Beckend across 18th century Europe through gouache landscapes. His Grand Tour goes from London to Calais, crossing the Alps and on to beautiful Venice with Naples and Vesuvius as a final destination.

The Grand-Rue Gallery, that specializes in 18th and 19th century works on paper, was established over fifty years ago and taken over by Marie-Laure Rondeau in 1988. She developed particular expertise in the Swiss, English, French and Italian Grand Tour artists such as A.L.R. Ducros, Salomon Corrodi, Franz Kaiserman, Amadeo Preziosi, Edward Lear, Saverio della Gatta and the Neapolitan gouache painters. Mountains are another of the gallery’s focal points, and they often present spectacular landscapes of the Swiss and French alps and books which relate the first climbs of Mont-Blanc in the late 18th and early 19th century.

BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 exhibitions will be organized in 13 countries and 37 cities so you will most likely be able to also view a BRAFA exhibition in your area! Visit our website to learn more, see the first exhibits online and register for more updates: https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Marc Heiremans

Venetian glass art by Aldo Nasson on display with Marc Heiremans

Master glass blower Aldo Nason (1920-2017) created the Yokohama vase in Murano in 1969. You can see the multilayered glass object with enclosed metal foil and embedded zanfirico murrines with Marc Heiremans in Antwerp during BRAFA in the Galleries. His gallery shows high-quality 20th century ceramics and glass, alongside contemporary objects and furniture, that are designed and produced by artists in limited editions. Heiremans is an international expert in 20th century Murano glass, with extensive historical and technical knowledge of this art discipline.


BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

More information can be found at https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Heritage Gallery

The Heritage Gallery shows Arte Povera & Russian contemporary art in Moscow

The international Heritage Gallery has been located in the centre of Moscow since 2008. The gallery has unique expertise in Russian modern art and Soviet design dating from the 1920s to the 1970s. Part of a group associated with the State Russian Museum, it collaborates with the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the All-Russian Museum of Decorative and Applied Arts, the Schusev Museum of Architecture, and the A. A. Bakhrushin State Central Theatre Museum. In the latest show created for BRAFA in the Galleries, Kristina Krasnyanskaya is presenting art from the Russian and Italian Arte Povera movements, as well as an installation by the Russian contemporary artist Sergey Shekhovtsov.

#BRAFAintheGalleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis in Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 129 art dealers spread across 14 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country. We really hope you will enjoy our 126 exclusive BRAFA in the galleries exhibitions!

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Galerie Hioco

Christophe Hioco welcomes Asian art lovers in Paris

The Christophe Hioco Gallery specializes in the ancient statuary art of India and the Indianized world, including Southeast Asia and the Himalayas. Great attention is paid to the originality, quality, provenance and authenticity of each piece. On the occassion of BRAFA in the Galleries, the gallery will present a top selection at 7 Rue de Phalsbourg in Paris, between 27 and 31 January 2021.

BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you online or in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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Charles-Wesley Hourdé

The African Art collection of Charles-Wesley Hourdé

With more than 15 years of experience, Charles-Wesley Hourdé is an expert specialised in ancient arts of Africa, Oceania and America. We welcome you to see this exhibition in Paris, which will include some of his most favourite ancient pieces: a Bembé figure from the Democratic Republic of Congo, an asymmetrical Ibibio mask from Nigeria and a Gouro mask with a special provenance. You can also catch a glimp of the 31 PROJECT which features contemporary art originating from Africa and its diasporas.

BRAFA in the Galleries will open 27 - 31 January 2021. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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Huberty & Breyne

BRAFA in the Galleries: Huberty & Breyne shows an exceptional drawing by Hergé

The Huberty & Breyne gallery is a contemporary art gallery specialising in the art of the comic strip. At this year’s BRAFA in the Galleries, alongside work by our regular artists –the likes of Philippe Geluck with his famous cat and Midam, the creator of Kid Paddle and Game Over –the gallery will be showing some of the great classics of the comics world. One of these iconic pieces is a drawing by Hergé –and, somewhat exceptionally, a drawing not of Tintin but of Quick and Flupke! This particular illustration, in Indian ink and dating from 1950, was used for the title page of the third volume in the series recording the exploits of the famous duo. Exhibition venue: Place du Châtelain 33, Brussels.

At a time when solidarity is especially important, the gallery is delighted, moreover, to be opening its doors to one of its Dutch confreres, Lennart Booij. The Lennart Booij gallery in Amsterdam specialises in René Lalique jewellery and glassware, and, additionally, in Picasso ceramics, the latter being a point of particular interest given the current exhibition dedicated to “Picasso and the Comic Strip” at the Musée Picasso in Paris.

BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries and on the BRAFA website, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 exhibitions will be organized in 13 countries and 37 cities.

Visit our website to learn more, see the first exhibits online and register for more updates: https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Galerie Hurtebize

Galerie Hurtebize in Cannes shows its selection for BRAFA in the Galleries

A total of 126 galleries take part in BRAFA in the Galleries! As such, 126 gallery exhibitions will be organized in 13 countries and 37 cities, mainly between 27 and 31 January 2021. Post-impressionist and modern painting is the specialisation of Galerie Hurtebize, based in Cannes on the French Riviera. Watch their video and enjoy a stunning collection of artworks by Sam Francis, Georges Mathieu, Hans Hartung, Joan Miró, André Marfaing and Chu Teh-Chun.

BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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rodolphe janssen

Brafa in the Galleries: Sanam Khatibi, Cyanide & Genesis Belanger, The Party’s Over

21 vanitas still lives are exhibited in Cyanide, Sanam Khatibi’s third solo exhibition at rodolphe janssen. In these minutely rendered miniature paintings, typical trappings of the Golden Age vanitas appear and reappear: a vase with cut flowers, insects, a collection of shells, an ornately carved human skull. Like that of the Baroque painter, these are bibelots from Khatibi’s studio, fragments in a lifelong ontological pursuit of collection...


Rodolphe Janssen (Brussels – Knokke) founded his gallery in 1991, and has since organized over 250 exhibitions of contemporary art. During the twenty-nine years since the gallery opened, rodolphe janssen has built up strong relationships with collectors, contemporary art museums and art centers in Europe, the USA and Asia.


BRAFA in the Galleries opens from 27 - 31 January 2021. Our 126 exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, and on our website, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Exhibitions will be organized in 13 countries and 37 cities so you may be able to also view a BRAFA exhibition in your area! Visit our website to learn more, see the first exhibits online and register for more updates: https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Francis Janssens van der Maelen

Francis Janssens van der Maelen invites for BRAFA in the Galleries 2021

Interested in various artistic fields, Francis Janssens van der Maelen is recognized internationally for specializing in silver mainly from France, Belgium and Russia made by Jean E. Puiforcat, Jean Tetard, Philippe Wolfers, Carl Fjerdingstad, Cardeilhac, Georg Jensen, Karl Fabergé, and other designers belonging to the Art Deco, Art Nouveau or earlier periods.
During BRAFA in the Galleries, the specialist pops up Costermans & Pelgrims de Bigard, showing stunning decorative art with unique provenance.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

Learn more and discover all artworks and videos on www.brafa.art.

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Alexis Lartigue Fine Art

Meet Alexis Lartigue Fine Art in Paris

Meeting artists such as Gudmundur Erró, Arman, Soto, Carlos Cruz Diez, and Robert Combas inspired Alexis Lartigue to become involved in the art market and share his taste and passion for high quality artworks. Hence, since 2006 Alexis Lartigue Fine Art proposes an eclectic selection of modern and contemporary works to international collectors and art lovers. The gallery specialises in the masters of abstraction, cubism and narrative figuration.

Their presentation for BRAFA in the Galleries is marked by the impressive Hans Hartung (1904-1989) painting T1967-H15 which reveals the zigzag pattern of lightning bolts, giving a sense of speed of the line. Also in the spotlights is a wonderfully free work by lyrical abstract painter Georges Mathieu (1921-2012).

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

To learn more, kindly visit: www.brafa.art.

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Lemaire

Jean Lemaire teams up at the Sablon for BRAFA in the Galleries 2021

The family-run business Lemaire, established in 19015, joins Costermans & Pelgrims de Bigard at the Grand Sablon during BRAFA in the Galleries, showing stunning porcelain in the setting of their sophisticated gallery interior. One of Lemaire's highlights is a remarkable 18th century Brussels earthenware tureen in the form of a turkey. A similar example of it, yet with different polychromy, belongs to the Brussels City Museum, Maison du Roi.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

Learn more and discover all artworks and videos on www.brafa.art.

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Kálmán Makláry Fine Arts

Kálmán Makláry Fine Arts Gallery joins Brafa in the Galleries

Budapest is calling! The Kálmán Makláry Fine Arts Gallery is dedicated to the artists of the Post-War School of Paris, focusing in particular on the Abstract and Surrealist movements with artists such as Judit Reigl, Simon Hantai, François Fiedler, Alfred Reth, Endre Rozsda and Victor Vasarely. The gallery also represents work by other modern and contemporary masters, more specifically Hungarian and Korean artists. The gallery will host an exhibition in Budapest on the occassion of BRAFA in the Galleries.

BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

To learn more, register for news and enjoy more exhibits online, kindly visit: https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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MARUANI MERCIER

From Man Ray to Marien at MARUANI MERCIER

MARUANI MERCIER presents 'An Idea of Surrealism' on the occasion of BRAFA in the Galleries. Meet Marion Meyer who announces this unprecedented exhibition which celebrates the extraordinary collaboration and friendship between Man Ray and his gallerist Marcel Zerbib, which began when they met in 1951. With the collaboration of Marcel Zerbib’s estate, this exhibition pays tribute to the prolific gallery owner 40 years after his death.
The contemporary art gallery MARUANI MERCIER has premises in Brussels, Zaventem and Knokke-Zoute. For this exhibition, they welcome art lovers in their Brussels space as well as online.

BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 exhibitions will be organized in 13 countries and 37 cities so you will most likely be able to also view a BRAFA exhibition in your area!

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Galerie Mathivet

Galerie Mathivet welcomes you in Ghent and Paris

Galerie Mathivet exhibits pieces by the most important Art Deco designers. One of their BRAFA in the Galleries highlights is a fabulous 1902 copper fire screen by Frank Scheidecker (1872 - 1915) who was inspired by Japanese art and symbolism for its decoration. There is much more to be known about the documented decorative piece. Find Galerie Mathivet, together with a number of BRAFA in the Galleries colleagues, in Ghent as guest of Francis Maere Fine Arts, for a joint exhibition entitled Paris-Gent-NYC (that will run until 28 February), as well as in their gallery in Paris.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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Meessen De Clercq

BRAFA in the Galleries 2021 highlights at Meessen De Clerq

Brussels based gallery Messen De Clerq take please in presenting works by Spanish artist José María Sicilia and Dutchman Chaim van Luit, both highlights of their BRAFA in the Galleries exhibition. Both artist developed a special technical practice. While Sicilia's work is created with an unusual mix of oil paint on beeswax, Van Luit uses the chemical process of cyanotype.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

Learn more and discover all artworks and videos on www.brafa.art.

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Montagut Gallery

BRAFA in the Galleries 2021: Montagut Gallery joins from Barcelona

Barcelona based Montagut Gallery focuses primarily on art from the early periods of tribal societies, with particular emphasis on African art. Since 1990, the gallery presents high quality pieces, offering the highest guarantees concerning value and authenticity. One of their highlights is an 18th century Bombou-Toro from the Dogon people in Mali.

During BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021), the creative alternative to the postponed BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, you are welcome to explore more works of art on offered in the gallery and/or online. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

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Klaas Muller

Klaas Muller joins BRAFA in the Galleries

Are you a riddle master? Klaas Muller presents The Five Senses, a 16th century Flemish Old Master painting with an exciting iconography...

It is a rare example of a moralising and humorous painting at the same time, commonly depicted in the circles of the "Rederijkers" and the late 16th century intellectual elite. Inventories of this period show that pictures such as these were also hung in the dining rooms of the wealthy bourgeoisie in Mechelen and Antwerp, as a conversation piece: to erudite and delight the informed viewer.


Join Klaas Muller in his gallery in Brussels during BRAFA in the Galleries from 27 - 31 January 2021. BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 exhibitions will be organized in 13 countries and 37 cities so you will most likely be able to also view a BRAFA exhibition in your area! Visit our website to learn more, see the first exhibits online and register for more updates: https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Opera Gallery

BRAFA in the Galleries 2021: Opera Gallery joins from Geneva and Zurich

The Opera Gallery caters for modern and contemporary art from twelve locations worldwide. Their Switzerland branch, with spaces in Geneva and Zurich, invites art enthusiasts, private and public art collectors alike to a permanent exhibition as well as regular solo, group and curated shows. Some BRAFA in the Galleries highlights include a strong, early Karel Appel painting, a calligraphic Pierre Soulages work and a Hermann Nitsch work with very personal imprint.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

Learn more and discover all artworks and videos on www.brafa.art.

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Osborne Samuel Gallery

Osborne Samuel features Lynn Chadwick during BRAFA in the Galleries

The London based gallery Osborne Samuel is a leading specialist in Modern British painting and sculpture, and has a high reputation for the quality of its exhibitions and publications. In particular the work of Henry Moore, Lynn Chadwick and Barbara Hepworth is represented, yet also School of London painters, post-war abstract artists, neo-romantics and a strong group of international and contemporary artists. To preview their BRAFA in the Galleries presentation, the gallery shares an in depth art tour along Lynn Chadwick's (1914-2003) 'Teddy Boy and Girl'.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

More information can be found at https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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La Patinoire Royale ǀ Galerie Valérie Bach

BRAFA in the Galleries 2021: join La Patinoire Royale – Galerie Valérie Bach

Join La Patinoire Royale / Galerie Valérie Bach in Brussels during BRAFA in the Galleries 2021 to experience a unique work by Bogotá born Olga de Amaral (*1932).

Amaral is a renowned artist whose evolving technique, incorporating fiber, paint, gesso and precious metals transforms two-dimensional textiles into sculptural works that seamlessly integrate art, craft, and design. In their engagement with materials and process her works become essentially unclassifiable and self-reflexively authentic. Here, La Patinoire Royale / Galerie Valérie Bach presents a particularly striking work by Amaral which refers to the sun, a central element in both the Inca and Amazonian customs and imagination.

BRAFA in the Galleries is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis in Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our 129 art dealers from 14 countries, present online and in their galleries, artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your visit, kindly check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

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La Pendulerie

La Pendulerie joins BRAFA in the Galleries 2021 from Paris

There are many sayings about clocks, and surely they all tick and chime differently. Discover the wonderful world of time indicators at Paris based gallery La Pendulerie. Directed by Christophe Guérin, the BRAFA in the Galleries participant specializes in mantle clocks, cartels, regulators, and objets d’art. Their extensive selection of exceptional antique clocks is unique, and La Pendulerie is renowned among important international collectors of 18th and 19th century French decorative art. In September 2014 the gallery opened a second space on the Rive Gauche, and now has two superb locations in the French capital: one on the right bank, in the Faubourg Saint-Honoré area near the Elysée palace, and one on the left bank, in the prestigious Carré Rive Gauche where many of Paris’s most famous antique dealers are to be found.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

Learn more and discover all artworks and videos on http://www.brafa.art​.

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Galerie Alexis Pentcheff

Galerie Alexis Pentcheff previews their BRAFA in the Galleries participation

Galerie Alexis Pentcheff is located in Marseille, in the South of France. The meridional light guides the gallery’s selection of works by talented painters who found inspiration on Mediterranean shores. Specializing in paintings from the second half of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century, the gallery presents some of their highlights in this video, paintings by Pierre Bonnard, Henri Martin and André Lhote, to be seen in their gallery during BRAFA in the Galleries 2021. When in Marseille, visit their premises, which also houses an art bookshop and art framing.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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Guy Pieters Gallery

BRAFA in the Galleries 2021: Guy Pieters Gallery pays tribute to Christo

Knokke based Guy Pieters Gallery is known for its lifelong collaboration with artists. Showcasing the masters of New Realism and Pop Art alongside the talents of tomorrow, Guy Pieters Gallery has gained a reputation that extends far beyond Belgium. The gallery shows established works of art and organises eye-catching solo exhibitions focusing on renowned artists. Their BRAFA in the Galleries participation is marked by a tribute to Christo & Jeanne-Claude. Spanning a long-term collaboration starting in 1985, the exhibition offers a panoramic overview of the site-specific environmental art installations the artist couple planned and often realised.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

More information can be found at https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Galerie de la Présidence

BRAFA in the Galleries - meet Galerie de la Présidence

Located opposite the Palais de l'Elysée in Paris, the Galerie de la Présidence, founded in 1971 by Françoise Chibret-Plaussu, is now run by her daughter Florence. The gallery offers a selection of masters from the late 19th and 20th centuries such as Boudin, Buffet, Cross, Derain, Fautrier, Dufy, Giacometti, Gromaire, Hélion, Maillol, Marquet, Matisse, Poliakoff, Signac, Vieira da Silva, Vlaminck and Vuillard. The Galerie de la Présidence regularly organizes exhibitions and retrospectives highlighting artists as Albert Marquet, Maurice de Vlaminck, Paul Signac, H.E. Cross and Marcel Gromaire. During BRAFA in the Galleries 2021, Galerie de la Présidence welcomes visitors to explore their rich art collection in their fine Paris premises.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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Galerie Günter Puhze GmbH

BRAFA in the Galleries is at Galerie Günter Puhze in Freiburg / Germany

Founded in 1975, Galerie Günter Puhze specializes in ancient Greek, Roman and Egyptian art and advises numerous collectors and institutions worldwide, whereby the quality and provenance of all pieces they present is guaranteed. One of their BRAFA in the Galleries highlights is a very expressive 2nd century AD Romano-Egyptian cartonnage mask representing the youthful face of a woman. Discover their stunning exhibits online and live in their Freiburg gallery.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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Maison Rapin

Maison Rapin offers sparkling design during BRAFA in the Galleries

With two gallery spaces in Paris, Maison Rapin offers an exceptional selection of 20th and 21st century decorative art and design, combining rare pieces by Italian and Belgian artists with exclusive contemporary creations. The gallery’s atypical selection includes work by major 20th century artists such as Robert Goossens, Coco Chanel’s trusted craftsman; Yves Saint-Laurent (specifically his creations made of bronze and rock crystal); and Gio Ponti, the icon of 20th century Italian architecture and design. The gallery also has an important collection of kinetic works by the British artist Marc Cavell (1911-1989). Among their BRAFA in the Galleries' highlights are Waterlily chandelier by Robert Goossens (1927-2016) and Serkan Cura's Feather cabinet for KAM TIN which will add exuberant luster to the event.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area. To learn more, kindly visit: https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Röbbig München

Travel in style with Röbbig München

Röbbig München, one of the leading art dealers for early Meissen and German 18th century porcelain, invites you to the first floor of the historic Carolinenpalais, situated in the centre of the Bavarian capital. For BRAFA in the Galleries, they present one of their marvellous treasures, a true highlight of the Meissen manufactory. Tune in to hear all about the extraordinary service decorated by Johann Gregorius Höroldt (1696 - 1775), sitting in its original leather case.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

Learn more and discover all artworks and videos on http://www.brafa.art​.

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Robertaebasta welcomes in Milan and London

20th century decorative arts and design aficionados know to find the Milan and London based gallery Robertaebasta, whose eclectic displays of unique modern Italian and French design are true eye-catchers.

In this video they present three of their BRAFA in the Galleries exhibits, one of which is a brilliant Trumeau by Piero Fornasetti (Milan, 1913-1988) and Gio Ponti (Milan, 1891- 1979). The midcentury design piece has a delightful printed decor with cornucopias, garlands with hunting and fishing motifs, fruits musical instruments, astronomy and architecture equipment on the outside, while the inside displays a fool with mandolin and champagne flute.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

More information can be found at www.brafa.art​.

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São Roque – Antiguidades e Galeria de Arte

São Roque joins BRAFA in the Galleries in Lisbon

For over 30 years, Lisbon based antique dealer São Roque has held an undisputed reputation in the World of Art and Antiques for the rarity and exclusivity of its artworks and its focus on 16th to early 18th century European and Portuguese Art and Portuguese-Afro-Oriental fusion art, in an unmatched symbiosis of quality and guaranteed authenticity. For their first BRAFA Art Fair participation, the gallery selected sophisticated works of art among which a 17th century Portuguese chimera-shaped aquamanile, a mid-17th century unique Singhalese-Portuguese ivory and silver jewellery box and a stunning 16th century Indian tortoiseshell and silver casket with a lizard lock and snake handles.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

More information can be found at https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Galerie Schifferli

Galerie Schifferli features Christian Gonzenbach

Geneva’s old town is home to Galerie Schifferli, directed by Patrick Pouchot-Lermans. The gallery specializes in paintings and works on paper from the major artistic movements of the 20th century. In an intimate space, a selection of works by some of the best painters of the modern era is proposed, including the surrealist movement and works from the 1950s and 1960s. Two exhibitions per year are dedicated to Swiss artists. Hence the relationship with Christian Gonzenbach (*1975), whose 'Homo ab Ovo' is Schifferli's BRAFA in the Galleries 2021 highlight. Gonzenbach's vanitas invites to reflect on the transitory nature of human existence, while recalling the dawn of life, as it is delicately built up by fragments of an ostrich egg.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

More information can be found at www.brafa.art.

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Serge Schoffel - Art Premier

Serge Schoffel shares his passion for cultures

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

Serge Schoffel - Art Premier welcomes art lovers to his Brussels gallery in the Sablon area, where a refined selection of artworks is exhibited, including a beautiful Hemba sculpture, Batak staff and Buka paddle, as well as a stunning wooden Satimbe mask from Dogon / Mali with leather strips, iron and pigments.

More information can be found at www.brafa.art.

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Herwig Simons Fine Arts

BRAFA in the Galleries exhibitor Herwig Simons inspires to cross-collect

Herwig Simons Gallery, located near the prestigious Grand Sablon in Brussels, is reputed for its eclectic and individual approach to collecting. Bringing together rare and beautiful works of art of different periods and styles, the gallery offers a comprehensive feeling for cross-collecting. Simons' participation in the BRAFA in the Galleries event is marked by a 19th century pair of torchères, a bronze sculpture of an Arab riding a camel by Eugenio Maccagnani (1852-1930) and a Neo-Baroque ornamental mask as well as contemporary paintings.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

More information can be found at https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Galerie Sismann

Galerie Sismann takes part in BRAFA in the Galleries 2021

On the occasion of BRAFA in the Galleries, Galerie Sismann will present a beautiful selection of sculptures from various centuries, including a medieval Virgin and Child which was attached to the Oratory of the Abbey Saint-Georges de Boscherville. Paris based Galerie Sismann will join other BRAFA exhibitors at Francis Maere Fine Arts' premises in Hotel Falligan, Kouter 172, 9000 Ghent / Belgium, to showcase the works presented in this video, added by some exquisite masterpieces during the event. You can visit the exhibition between 27 and 31 January, 2021.

BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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Stern Pissarro Gallery

BRAFA in the Galleries 2021: Stern Pissarro features Paul Jenkins

Stern Pissarro Gallery in Mayfair is an international family art business specializing in impressionist, modern and contemporary masters. The gallery occupies a unique position in the global art scene, representing five generations of works by the Pissarro family. With the strongest collection of Pissarro works worldwide, the gallery lends extensively to international museums and institutions and has become a centre of research and expertise for the work of Camille Pissarro’s descendants. For their BRAFA in the Galleries presentation, Stern Pissarro Gallery puts American abstract expressionist artist Paul Jenkins (1923-2012) in the spotlights. The self-declared Abstract Phenomenist was fascinated with mysticism, spirituality and psychoanalysis. His almost meditative way of painting resulted in translucently layered colour compositions.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

More information can be found at https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Simon Studer Art Associés

BRAFA in the Galleries 2021: Simon Studer Art demonstrates Ways of Seeing

The multidisciplinary team of Simon Studer Art is composed of specialists in impressionist, modern and contemporary art. The gallery offices are located in the historic building of Geneva Free Ports, offering a personalized atmosphere within which their eclectic art collection reflects the passionate debates within the team. Simon Studer Art's multi-disciplinary BRAFA in the Galleries presentation demonstrates various ways of seeing, adhering Barnet Newmann's credo: the meaning must come from the seeing, not the talking.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

More information can be found at https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Studio 2000 Art Gallery

Studio 2000 Art Gallery previews BRAFA in the Galleries 2021

Based in the lush surroundings of Blaricum / the Netherlands, Studio 2000 Art Gallery joins BRAFA in the Galleries with important early 20th century Dutch and Belgian paintings. The gallery focuses on modernist innovators, often unique in the art scene, and internationally renowned artists such as Jan Toorop and Theo Van Rijsselberghe. One of their featured highlights is Femme Rousse by Belgian neo-impressionist Georges Lemmen's (1865-1916).

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

More information can be found at https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Galerie Taménaga

Galerie Taménaga previews their BRAFA in the Galleries highlight

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

Galerie Taménaga, the first Japanese art gallery specialised in the Western masters, previews one of their highlights selected for the BRAFA in the Galleries 2021 presentation. The bright 1930 painting Les grilles du Château de Versailles by Kees van Dongen (1877-1968) invites to the plush castle of Louis XIV just outside Paris, as the château gates have already opened.

More information can be found at https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Theatrum Mundi

A 21st century Wunderkammer is Theatrum Mundi's spirit

The spirit of the 21st century Wunderkammer is Theatrum Mundi's focus, bringing together art, design, natural history, movie memorabilia, to create new connections. The gallery has an unconventional taste which makes dinosaurs, fossils and meteorites coexist in perfect harmony with more recent artefacts, including the original stormtrooper helmet of the 'Star Wars: Episode VII-The Force Awakens' production as well as authentic spacesuits. Enter their world of wonder in Arezzo during BRAFA in the Galleries.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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Univers du Bronze

Univers du Bronze Gallery shows in Brussels during BRAFA in the Galleries

Founded in 1986, the Univers du Bronze Gallery mainly presents works by major sculptors of the 19th and 20th centuries. The artists exhibited are Barye, Bugatti, Carpeaux, Degas, Giacometti, Laurens, Lipchitz, Maillol, Pompon, Rodin… The gallery owners Michel Poletti and Alain Richarme have contributed to art history by publishing ‘catalogues raisonnés’ about Barye, Carpeaux and others. The Paris based gallery will be present in Brussels for their BRAFA in the Galleries 2021 participation.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

More information can be found at https://www.brafa.art/en/information.

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Van der Meij Fine Arts

BRAFA in the Galleries welcomes Van der Meij Fine Arts

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

New exhibitor Van der Meij Fine Arts offers art from the entire 19th century, with a particular focus on Northern European Romanticism, Scandinavian Symbolism and Dutch painting. During BRAFA in the Galleries, the Amsterdam based gallery will present works by Johan Christian Dahl, Peder Balke and L.A. Ring, which the gallery director Lorenz van der Meij previews in this video.

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Galerie von Vertes

Galerie von Vertes previews their BRAFA in the Galleries exhibition

Galerie von Vertes presents the exhibition 'Rebellious? - How Inquisitiveness can Elevate Us'. The exhibition features curious and inquisitive artists like Georg Baselitz, George Condo, Tony Cragg, Jean Dubuffet, Yayoi Kusama, Pierre Soulages and Tom Wesselmann that questioned and challenged leading aesthetics. Questioning precursors, commissioners, subject matter and techniques results often into tiny acts of rebellion that sometimes change the course of art history. Experience these rebellious spirits during BRAFA in the Galleries online. The Zurich based gallery will be open by appointment.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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Axel Vervoordt

Feel at home with Axel Vervoordt!

Axel Vervoordt has built up a strong reputation as an antiques dealer and art connoisseur. His family-run business has grown into an international company that proposes art, antiques and interior design. The company has always been uncompromising when it comes to quality and beauty. It's industrial space Kanaal proposes a unique and very diverse collection of objects including archaeological pieces, 18th century furniture, 20th century design, ZERO and Gutai art. All objects, regardless of their origin or value, share a timeless, universal beauty and an intrinsic purity. The Axel Vervoordt Gallery, directed by Boris Vervoordt, offers a platform for established and emerging artists to show their work on an international level. During BRAFA in the Galleries, the gallery invites to feel at home in their marvellous, styled loft-like living rooms.

BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 exhibitions will be organized in 13 countries and 37 cities so you will most likely be able to also view a BRAFA exhibition in your area!

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Galerie Florence de Voldère

Galerie Florence de Voldère invites to discuss collecting

Galerie Florence de Voldère presents a painting by Hieronimus Francken III (1611 - 1671) which documents the very core of the art world: a curiosity cabinet or room of wonders. Collecting is a main act in art history, as there is no collection without collectors. To be a collector is to be curious, to discover works of art, seek beauty and discuss it whenever possible, visit exhibitions or museums as it is pure pleasure and emotional stimulation. To be a gallery owner involves tireless research in museums and libraries and the intensive study of paintings, for the aim is to meet and surpass the collector’s desire for information and inspiration. Join Galerie Florence de Voldère in Paris during BRAFA in the Galleries to discover their exhibition, discuss art and get inspired.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

More information can be found at www.brafa.art.

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N. Vrouyr

N. Vrouyr previews BRAFA in the Galleries

N. Vrouyr from Antwerp has exhibited at BRAFA since 1956 and will now also take part in BRAFA in the Galleries, from Wednesday 27 to Sunday 31 January 2021 included. Founded in 1917, the company has stayed in the same family from the beginning. This is the oldest shop in Belgium to deal exclusively in contemporary and antique rugs and textiles. Enjoy their fantastic foretaste of BRAFA in the Galleries!

BRAFA in the Galleries is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

To learn more, register for news and enjoy more exhibits online, kindly visit: https://www.brafa.art/en/information.


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Waddington Custot

Waddington Custot joins BRAFA in the Galleries 2021 from London

Joining BRAFA’s ranks for the first time, London based gallery Waddington Custot zooms in on Jean Dubuffet's 'Jardin de souffle cor' (1956) on the occasion of BRAFA in the Galleries 2021. This delightful picture was made in the year the artist had moved to Vence, and would stun the contemporary audiences for challenging their traditional notions of beauty. Waddington Custot has worked with the artist and his foundation for several decades, giving him his first solo show in London in 1972, and having hosted 13 solo shows since. Formed through the partnership of French art dealer Stephane Custot and long-time London art dealer, Leslie Waddington, the gallery has a rich heritage and an international reputation for quality and expertise in works by modern and contemporary masters.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is a creative alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities, present online and in their galleries, objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. Prior to your/any visit, please check the sanitary regulations currently in force in your country.

Learn more and discover all artworks and videos on http://www.brafa.art​.

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Whitford Fine Art

Whitford Fine Art settles in Brussels during BRAFA in the Galleries

London based Whitford Fine Art were early defenders of artists such as Bram Bogart, Paul Van Hoeydonck, Joseph Lacasse and Clive Barker. Lately the gallery has rediscovered 1950s British Abstract Expressionist Frank Avray Wilson, and early 1960s Zero artist Reinhold Koehler. The gallery has been entrusted several Estates, including those of Caziel, Joseph Lacasse and Reinhold Koehler. For its participation in the BRAFA in the Galleries event, Whitford Fine Art has selected a special location in Brussels to welcome art lovers by appointment: in the intimate setting of a private apartment at Rue Antoine Dansaert 79, splendid works by Zero artist Bernard Aubertin, Bram Bogart and Reinhold Koehler will be shown.

BRAFA in the Galleries (27 - 31 January 2021) is the newly created alternative to the BRAFA Art Fair at Tour & Taxis, Brussels, which has been postponed to January 2022. Our exhibitors will welcome you in their galleries, where they will present the objects and artworks selected for BRAFA 2021 in the best possible conditions. In total, 126 art dealers spread across 13 countries and 37 cities look forward to sharing their passion for the beautiful, the rare, the precious and the historical in a warm, friendly atmosphere, in line with the rules in place in their area.

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Italian glass expert Marc Heiremans to offer museum piece by Carlo Scarpa at BRAFA 2020

An extremely rare 'Laccato' bowl will star at the international BRAFA, the Brussels Art Fair, with the gallery of Marc Heiremans (Antwerp). The object was designed by the famous Italian architect Carlo Scarpa (1906-1978) for the XXII Venice Biennale in 1940. The important modernity of this museum piece lies in the simple shape designed by Scarpa, and the strong color combination of red and black. The bowl has been executed by the Venini Glassworks of Murano, using the very complex 'incalmo' technique, with the upper red part made of crushed lamp-worked beads. Only very few were made due to the war period. That also explains why this is a rare object on the art market.

Since 1980, Marc Heiremans has earned a solid reputation as an international expert in 20th century Murano glass, with extensive historical and technical knowledge of this art discipline. At BRAFA 2020, the gallery will feature high-quality 20th century ceramics and glass, alongside contemporary furniture by the Dutch cabinet maker Onno Schelling and the German designer Eugene Russo, illuminated by Italian lighting.

The international BRAFA Art Fair will celebrate its 65th edition at Tour & Taxis in Brussels from 26 January - 2 February 2020. www.brafa.art

Interview with Bertrand Schwartz of Galerie Marc Heiremans
Video produced by RGB Media.

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BRAFA 2020 highlight: extraordinary James Ensor works presented by Samuel Vanhoegaerden Gallery

At the 65th BRAFA Art Fair in 2020, Samuel Vanhoegaerden Gallery showcases an extraordinary collection of works by James Ensor for the first time. Thirteen paintings (canvases/panels) are shown along some twenty drawings, which are extensively described and studied in a new book/catalogue with more than 100 illustrations, to provide improved insight into the world of James Ensor.

This unique exhibition is the fruit of 10 years of collecting and safeguarding drawings and paintings. It aims to bring the artist closer to the general public and, in addition to the paintings and drawings, includes photographs and documents made available by the Ensor archive. The compilation of this show already started in 2010 and finally will be on stage in 2020 (just over 70 years after the artist's death in 1949) during the BRAFA 2020 art fair.

James Ensor (1860-1949) is one of Belgium's most important artists, appearing in all writing on modern art. He was groundbreaking in his manner of painting, paved the way for Belgian Expressionism, Dadaism and Surrealism, while adhering to Symbolism.
Already during his lifetime, and to this day, exhibitions of his works continue to be held in the most important museums of the world (including the MOMA, the Getty Museum and the Musée d'Orsay) and research of his oeuvre continues to expand.

The BRAFA Art Fair, created in 1956, is one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious art fairs, famous for the high quality fine art, antiques, modern and contemporary art and design it offers. The first major art event of the year, it is considered a reliable barometer of the art market.

The 65th international BRAFA Art Fair takes place from 26 January through 2 February 2020 at Tour & Taxis Brussels. www.brafa.art

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Huberty & Breyne Gallery

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Huberty & Breyne Gallery exposera également les grands classiques de la Bande-Dessinée avec pour figure de proue la couverture mythique du « Fantôme espagnol » de Willy Vandersteen.

François Avril, Jean-Claude Götting, Miles Hyman et Loustal montreront, enfin, de quelle manière la Bande Dessinée peut mener à d’autres horizons créatifs. Leurs planches originales côtoieront, pour ce-faire, des œuvres plus conceptuelles.

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Stern Pissarro to present a stunning Paul Delvaux painting at the BRAFA Art Fair 2019

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BRAFA 2019 showstopper: Frida Kahlo corset presented by Gallery Sophie van de Velde

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Frida’s Plaster Corset with a Hammer and Sickle tells a fascinating, multi-faceted story, a story of a painful life lived undefeated, a life lost and a chapter of history. Painted by Mexican painter Frida Kahlo (1907-1954), it is a tridimensional piece that alludes to the broken state of her body, while offering social commentary on events both historical and personal. The painting includes metaphors for the baby she lost, as well as the Communist Party and the Revolution, Frida’s “only real reason to live.”
Frida Kahlo is a remarkable woman who is remembered for her personal struggle and extraordinary life as much as for her vibrant and intimate artwork. Plagued by illness since youth, she suffered a near-fatal bus accident at age 18 that damaged her spinal column and fractured her pelvis, confining her to bed for months and leaving her with lifelong complications.
Frida’s Plaster Corset with a Hammer and Sickle was used by Frida during her confinement at the Hospital Ingles in 1950 after surgery. The color has faded from regular wear and tear, but Frida's bodily imprint is clearly visible on the inside, showing her belly button and breasts, along with dirt caused by sweat and months of wear. Painting the corset after the plaster was applied to her body, she used a mirror to see her drawing whilst prostrated in bed.

BRAFA Art Fair 2019: 26 January - 3 February, Tour & Taxis Brussels.

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BRAFA 2018 by Bernard de Grunne

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BRAFA 2018: James Ensor's Bal Masqué on display at Samuel Vanhoegaerden

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BRAFA 2018: Serge Schoffel - Art Premier Highlights

Tribal art specialist Serge Schoffel exhibits at the international BRAFA Art Fair, staged at Tour & Taxis in Brussels between 27 January and 4 February 2018. Video produced by Biapal.
Serge Schoffel was in close contact with the most significant tribal artworks from a young age, and in the early 1990s he made numerous collecting trips to remote areas of the Philippines and Indonesia. On his return, he studied anthropology at the University of Paris VIII Vincennes. Enriched by these experiences combined with the work he had done as a tribal art dealer since 1986, he opened his own gallery in 2003 in Brussels where he focuses on quality, provenance and rarity.

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BRAFA 2018: The Three Graces: From Pompeii to the Makonde

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Brafa's 2018 Highlight: Magritte's Oracle

Presented by Boon Gallery, stand 78c
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Brafa's 2018 Highlight: Rubens' Diana and Nymphs Hunting Deer

Presented by Klaas Muller, stand n° 104c
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De Backker Medieval Art offers a rare sculpture at BRAFA 2018

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Elegant puma by Rembrandt Bugatti on show at BRAFA 2018

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Galerie Schifferli - Interview Brafa 2018

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The 'Three-Mystery Clock' by Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin c.1850

Jacques Nève, Horloger d'Art

A 'Mystery Clock' signed J. Pratt, Comptoir General de Paris

Jacques Nève, Horloger d'Art

Jacques Nève présente une pendule mystérieuse signée J.PRATT, Comptoir General de Paris

Jacques Nève, Horloger d'Art

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Le Couvent des Ursulines

Drop-leaf secretary desk. Attributed to Jean-Jacques Werner (1791-1849), active during the Louis XVIII and Charles X period. Provenance: family inheritance of Désirée Clary (1777-1860), queen of Sweden

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Francis Maere

Homage to Belgian sculptor Eugène Dodeigne

Boris Vervoordt

Fragment of a high relief with a male bust, South Arabia

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Serge Schoffel <br /> Akam mask

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Serge Schoffel <br /> Rare Maori canoe prow

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Axel Vervoordt <br /> A capital of the goddess Hathor

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Galerie Cybele <br /> Sarcophagus for the mummy of Ibis

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Galerie Harmakhis <br /> Egyptian vase

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Jacques Nève <br /> Twin Dial Skeleton clock by Hubert Sarton

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Serge Schoffel <br /> Preview

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Costermans <br /> Jan van Kessel the elder

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Galerie Harmakhis <br /> Fertility Statuette

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Serge Schoffel <br /> Fon art and Oceanic Masterpieces

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