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Ceramic Brussels: The first art fair dedicated to contemporary ceramic


From 25/01/2024 to 28/01/2024



Awards and competitions,Exhibitions & Fairs

As the first contemporary art fair dedicated to ceramics, ceramic brussels will bring together more than 50 galleries, institutions and key players in contemporary ceramics in a unique scenography.

This new event will take the form of a militant fair, resolutely focused on showcasing contemporary ceramics, with an intense agenda that includes visits and exhibitions, a series of conferences and the publication of an annual review. ceramic brussels will emphasize the experience and encounter of content, while at the same time creating an international market and networking platform. The fair will demonstrate its commitment to continually questioning its format and to promoting and bringing together all actors in the world of contemporary ceramic art.

Over the past few years, ceramic has enjoyed a remarkable comeback, grabbing the limelight on the contemporary arts stage.

Supported by a string of pioneering artists who have gradually and largely contributed to its revival, ceramics has been given a new lease of life. As such, it is crossing over into the practices of contemporary artists, opening the field to new experiments and being showcased by contemporary art galleries. Ubiquitous in artists’ studios, in international centers and museums, ceramics is in a constant state of (r)evolution, subject to multiple influences and practices, possessed by the Zeitgeist and driven by a varied and high-quality scene.

ceramic brussels will be welcoming Johan Creten as the guest of honour for this 2024 edition.

25 Jan. 11:00-21:00
26 Jan. 11:00-19:00
27 Jan. 11:00-19:00
28 Jan. 11:00-19:00

, once Europe’s largest platform for the exchange of goods and now a major cultural hotspot and events venue in Brussels.

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