One thing is clear for the fourteenth edition of Brussels Gallery Weekend, from 9 to 12 September: more and more dealers are setting up shop in the Belgian capital.
Among the newcomers are Ballroom Project, Nosbaum Reding and Austrian Nino Mier, who attributes the success of the Sablon district to its spaces "with the atmosphere of private homes", more intimate than the white cube to which he is accustomed in Los Angeles. New this year: the voices of the artists and gallery owners accompany visitors via podcasts. Among the 46 participating galleries, Jaqueline Martins is exhibiting a duo of artists questioning art, humanity and everyday life with "Thinking: Two Heads", while Haley Josephs is pursuing her work on transformations, death and its emotional impact at Almine Rech. The cross-disciplinary exhibition "Generation Brussels" is another highlight of this year's program.