Bruno Couck has been working as an art dealer for more than 30 years and this is not by chance. As a teenager, he decided to buy his first painting and, one thing leading to another, made it his profession. It is with passion for art and a lot of taste that he learned to find exceptional pieces.
The Bruno Couck Gallery, located in the heart of the Sablon, at the corner of Rue Allard and Van Moer, specialises in the exhibition of 19th and 20th century paintings and sculptures. You can find works by Belgian and French artists but also from other horizons. The gallery regularly organises exhibitions of contemporary sculptors.
Antica Namur, the rendez vous for all Art and Antique lovers that requires no further introduction, will return this autumn from 19 to 27 November 2022 in the capital of Wallonia.
Once again this year, very special care was devoted to selecting the galleries and antique dealers, amongst whom we can already announce : Bernard de Leye, the Gallery de Potter d´Indoye, , La Fondation Albert Vandervelden as well as Jan Muller. All names that attest to the fair´s rise in importance over the course of the successive editions, making it a must meeting place whose fame far surpasses our borders.
From great international houses to young antique dealers and gallery owners, the fair brings together 115 exhibitors, thus offering a wide range of specialties.
Over the years, Antica Namur has built up a reputation for excellence that makes it an imperative rendezvous for all passionate art lovers.
Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale
Paris’s only fair dedicated to Fine Arts
In February this year, two leading French art fairs – the venerable Biennale, one of the world’s oldest art fairs (formerly known as La Biennale des Antiquaires) and the fast- growing Fine Arts Paris – announced that they had merged to create a new annual flagship event in Paris celebrating art from the Antiquity to present day.
The inaugural edition of Fine Arts Paris & La Biennale will take place at the prestigious Carrousel du Louvre, from 9 to 13 November, before moving to the Grand Palais Ephémère in November 2023 and the renovated Grand Palais in November 2024.