About BAS

After 15 years of existence, Brussels Art Square unveil its first Spring edition gathering 44 antique dealers, jewelers and art galleries from ancient to contemporary art. We’re proud to invite you to an open house walk from gallery to gallery in Le Sablon in Brussels, known as the oldest most reliable antique and fine arts market district in the capital city.

Special selection of high-quality works of art and themed exhibitions will be presented during these 3 days open house event.

All the participants are willing to share their expertise and knowledge of their own specialty with the collectors and art lovers, but also to stimulate their collegiality for the good of the local art market, as it is important and crucial to maintain and adapt our legendary activity during these singular times.

In accordance with the Belgian Covid 19 sanitary instructions, each gallery participating will arrange the necessary measures to make sure to protect both their visitors and their staff at their own discretion.

Friday 19 March: 11am to 8pm
Saturday 20 March: 11am to 8pm
Sunday 21 March: 11am to 5pm

About Brussels Art Square

Since 2005 the Brussels non-profit organisation Brussels Art Square unites the art and antiques dealers from the Sablon neighbourhood, which since the end of the Second World War grew to the Belgian art and antique epicentre. In addition to the annual Open House, the organisation encourages the interests of the galleries throughout the year. It promotes the Sablon nationally and internationally, as a cultural quarter, which thanks its charms to its typical village character.

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selected Highlights

Untitled – Series: Cnidarians

Tête de Jeune Fille

Two bronze vases by Hasuda Shugoro (1915-2010)

Vase “A Canne”

Vase obus ART.CRACO

L’Anima Dannata

Christ on the Cold Stone (Brabant, ca 1490)

Etude pour Angèle de Foligno

“On the beach” by Vivian Van Blerk