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Art Antwerp, the contemporary art fair organised by Art Brussels, returns for its third edition from 14 to 17 December 2023 at the Antwerp Expo. This year, the fair welcomes 72 participating galleries from 12 different countries. Among these 72 galleries is a mix of well-established galleries with over a decade of contributions to the art world, as well as young and exciting galleries. 
Featuring a strong programme, half of the galleries come from Belgium, of which 16 of these galleries are from Antwerp itself, while the other half, totalling 37 galleries, come from abroad, keeping the DNA of the fair internationally and most definitively strongly locally rooted.
Art Antwerp thrived last year for its second edition by welcoming nearly 12,000 visitors, establishing itself as a prominent fixture in the Belgian contemporary art calendar and has since been able to count on the support of main partners Delen Private Bank and Bank Van Breda. Antwerp's rich artistic heritage and vibrant contemporary art scene make it an ideal host city for this emerging art fair. 
The fair distinguishes itself by providing a platform for contemporary art galleries to showcase a diverse selection of established and up-and-coming artists. Unlike larger art fairs, Art Antwerp offers an intimate atmosphere that fosters personal connections between collectors, art lovers and galleries, encouraging meaningful conversations. Art Antwerp is set to be an ambitious smaller-sized contemporary art fair and a major player in the city of Antwerp. 
72 galleries are participating in the third edition of Art Antwerp. The representation of countries is as follows: Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark, France, Finland, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the UK and the USA.  
Althuis Hofland, Amsterdam
Martin van Zomeren, Amsterdam
Schönfeld Gallery, Antwerp, Brussels
Ruttkowski;68, Cologne, Paris, New York, Düsseldorf
Guy Pieters Gallery, Knokke
Modesti Perdriolle Gallery, Brussels
Galerie Laurentin, Paris, Brussels
KANT Gallery, Copenhagen
Grove, London, Berlin
Galerie Fontana, Amsterdam
Dauwens & Beernaert, Brussels
Belgian Gallery, Brussels 

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  • Art Brussels
  • Kristof De Clercq gallery
  • Althuis Hofland
  • Galerie 8+4
  • Copperfield London
  • and more
  • Delen Private Bank and Bank Van Breda