Brussels Art Fair (BRAFA) Art Fair 2022 Postponed

Tuesday, November 30, 2021
Brussels Art Fair (BRAFA) Art Fair 2022 Postponed

The Board of Directors have taken the difficult decision to postpone Brafa 2022 that was scheduled to take place Sunday 23rd January to Sunday 30th January 2022 at Tour & Taxis in Brussels.

In light of the worsening health situation in Europe and also in Belgium, the Board of Directors have taken the difficult decision to postpone Brafa 2022 that was scheduled to take place Sunday 23rd January to Sunday 30th January 2022 at Tour & Taxis in Brussels.

"There was a real desire to organise the event for the 134 exhibitors from 14 countries confirmed for this 2022 edition and our loyal visitor audience. However, due to the unfavourable health situation, it is now impossible to organise a Brafa as we know it; friendly and welcoming and neither Belgian nor foreign visitors would have been able to attend the event in optimal conditions. Of course, this is an extremely difficult decision, but it is preferable to postpone the fair to 2023 in order to have an edition that perfectly matches the enthusiasm and expectations of our visitors. Our current priority is to support our exhibitors. We will do our utmost to find an alternative for 2022 and to prepare the groundwork for the future 2023 edition. I would like to warmly thank all our exhibitors and partners, our guest of honour Arne Quinze, and our main sponsor, Delen Private Bank, for their support and all the valuable work they have done so far in preparing the fair",  explains Harold t'Kint de Roodenbeke, President of Brafa.

Further details on an alternative version 2022 will be communicated.

 

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