For more than 15 years, Brussels Art Square has been committed to being one of the most important cultural events in central Brussels. With 2 editions per year, in March and at the end of September, this event perpetuates the authentic character of this emblematic district: Le Sablon. With the largest concentration of art dealers in Belgium, the Sablon is undeniably the heart of the country's art market. This village in the heart of the capital is also known, since the end of the Second World War, as an epicenter of art in Europe.
In a few figures, BAS is: 16 years of existence, 17 editions, +50 participating galleries, covering more than 10,000 years of art (from antiquity to contemporary), 35,000 postal invitations sent, a passage of 15,000 to 20,000 visitors over 4 days.
The event takes place from September 23 to 26
Opening by invitation only on Thursday 23: from 3pm to 10pm
Friday, Saturday September 24 - 25: from 11am to 7pm
Sunday, September 26: from 11am to 5pm.