BRUSSELS GALLERIES


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ALMINE RECH GALLERY
Abdijstraat 20 Rue de l’Abbaye1050 Brussels, Belgium  / 3226.485.684 / alminerech.com

Based in Paris since 1997, Brussels since 2007, Almine Rech Gallery opens in London in 2014. The gallery's artistic focus is defined by strong individualities who share a deep commitment to creativity and originality. Open: Tue-Sat, 11am - 9pm.

 
 
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MLF | MARIE-LAURE FLEISCH
13 rue Saint-Georges | Sint-Jorisstraat 1050 Brussels, Belgium / 322.6482.101 / www.facebook.com/pg/MLF-Marie-Laure-Fleisch-330065890424940

Gallery Marie-Laure Fleisch is a contemporary art space located within the heart of Rome and Brussels.Open: Tue-Sat, 10am - 6pm & Sunday by appointment.

 

 

       
       

      Art Thema Gallery
      Madeleine Street, 51, 1000 Brussel, Belgium/ 322.514.3173/ artthema.com

      Gallery of modern and contemporary art. Space of 1000m² located in the heart of Brussels between the Grand Place and the Mont des Arts.Thu– Mon : 11am-6:30 pm & by appointment Tuesday and Wednesday.
       

       
       

      ING Art Center
      Place Royale 6, 1000 Brussels, Belgium/ 3225.472.111/ www.ing.be
      Banque Bruxelles Lambert (BBL) is part of ING Group since 1998. At the beginning of 1998, BBL became a wholly-owned subsidiary of ING Group. At the Extraordinary general meeting of 17 April 2003, BBL's shareholders decided to change its registered name to ING Belgium.
       

       
       

      La Montana Gallery
      Rue de la Madeleine 19, Brussels, Belgium/ 322.460.0632/ www.montanashop.be

      The Montana Gallery is a space open to contemporary creation, with a particular interest for Urban Art. It serves as a springboard for a whole generation of young artists, enabling them to share, disseminate and exploit new dimensions of their external work. Open: Mon- Sat: 11:00am-6pm.
       

       
       

      Ampersand House
      33 rue de Suisse, Brussels 1060, Belgium/ 44203.2392.794/ www.ampersandhouse.com

      Ampersand House acts as both a gallery and the private home of its owners, Katheryn Smith and Ike Udechuku. Ampersand House is often described as a ‘living gallery,’ as guests are invited to touch and sit on the furniture. According to the couple, creating a home-like atmosphere helps visitors to imagine how they would feel with these pieces in their own homes, allowing them to purchase items they feel are comfortable and fitting. Furthermore, as Smith asserts, the artists from whom she sources her pieces do not want their works to be shut up in a museum; rather, they should be used and enjoyed by their owners. Open: appointment only.
       

       
       

      Galerie Greta Meert
      13 Rue de Canal, Brussels, Belgium/ 322.219.3721/ www.galeriegretameert.com

      Galerie Greta Meert has been firmly established as a contemporary art gallery for over 25 years. Founded in 1988 as Galerie Meert Rihoux, it changed its name after its founding director, Greta Meert, in 2006. From the beginning onwards, an important, though not exclusive, focus has been put on Minimal and the Conceptual Art. Visiting Hours: Tuesday to Saturday, 2pm – 6pm. Office Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 10am – 6pm; Saturday, 2pm – 6pm.
       

       
       

      Xavier Hufkens
      6 rue St-Georges, St-Jorisstraat , 1050 Brussels, Belgium/ 322.639.6730/ www.xavierhufkens.com

      Xavier Hufkens is one of Europe’s leading galleries for contemporary art. Located in Brussels, the gallery maintains a diverse exhibition programme with solo exhibitions of the gallery artists as well as group exhibitions and special projects. The gallery deals in a distinctive combination of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, video and installation-based work.

       

       
       

      Komplot
      Chaussée de Forest, 90, Vorstse Steenweg, 1060 Brussels/ 3247.805.3375/ www.kmplt.be

      Founded in 2002 in Brussels, Komplot is a curatorial collective of variable composition and condition. Concerned with nomadic creative practices and trends of specialisation, it operates as a platform for experimental art.
       

       
       

      Vanhaerents Art Collection
      Vanhaerents Art Collection, 29, rue Anneessens , 1000 Brussels/ 3225.115.077/ www.vanhaerentsartcollection.com

      The Vanhaerents Art Collection is a collection of contemporary art located in a former industrial building in the Dansaert district in the heart of Brussels.
       

       
       

      Rodolphe Janssen
      Rue Livourne 35 & 32 Livornostraat, 1050 Brussels, Belgium/ 3225.380.818/ www.galerierodolphejanssen.com

      Rodolphe Janssen founded his gallery in 1991 in Brussels and has since then mounted numerous exhibitions, both curated group shows as well as solo presentations by young and established artists. Open: Tue-Sat, 10am-6pm.