See you there, April 2017
The Belgian capital’s vibrant art scene is changing and growing, but there’s no doubt that Art Brussels remains the Grand Dame of the city’s rising number of art fairs. This 35th edition once again offers an eclectic mix of the art world’s biggest names and emerging talents under the theme “From Discovery to Rediscovery”. 145 galleries from 28 countries – the sheer size of the fair can be quite overwhelming. That’s why we made the rounds for you and checked which booths you absolutely should not miss during your visit.
5. Pablo Rasgado at Steve Turner, Los Angeles
LA’s Steve Turner gallery gave over its booth to Mexican artist Pablo Rasgado, who replaces the typical art fair white cube with “Floorplan”, an architectural installation comprising five connected walls into which he incorporated fragments of museum exhibition walls from the Museum of Contemporary Art in Antwerp, M HKA. The installation is completed with artworks by other artists which Rasgado selected himself, representing a variety of materials, countries, and narratives.