The second edition of Independent Brussels opens to the public on April 20, with preview days for invited guests on April 19. This version of the fair will bring together 70 international exhibitors from 32 cities to the Vanderborght Building in the Belgian capital. Among the highlights are Rossella Biscotti at Rotterdam’s Wilfried Lentz, Stan Douglas in the Marcel Dzama-curated David Zwirner booth, and the work of Ryan Gander and Mario Garcia Torres presented in a joint booth by their respective galleries, Paris’s GB Agency and Brussels’s Jan Mot.
Click the photos below to see works on offer at the fair.
ALL IMAGES: COURTESY THE ARTIST AND THEIR GALLERY; ADDITIONAL CREDITS WHERE NOTED
Wilfried Lentz, Rotterdam
Rossella Biscotti, Crude Oil, 2016, installation with metal bowls, glass sculptures. SANDER VAN WETTUM
Annet Gelink, Amsterdam
Ed van der Elsken, Belgie (Twins), 1968.
David Zwirner, New York and London
Stan Douglas, Trick or Treat, 1945/2010, digital fiber print mounted on Dibond aluminum.
Galerie 1900 – 2000, Paris
Man Ray, Simone Kahn, ca. 1927, vintage contact print.
Green Art Gallery, Dubai
Hera Buyuktasciyan, The Shelter, 2016, wood and bronze.
Jan Mot, Brussels
Mario Garcia Torres, Shot of Grace with Alighiero Boetti Haircut Style (Brussels), 2004, black-and-white 35mm slide.
Tommy Simoens, Antwerp
Yutaka Sone, Tropical Composition/Banana Tree No. 7, 2016.
Elizabeth Dee, New York
Steven Parrino, Little Goo Goo Muck, 1984, acrylic on canvas and framed photograph.
Mendes Wood DM, São Paolo
Runo Lagomarsino, La place entre les ours (The place between us), 2016–17.
Galerie Bertrand, Geneva
Alexander Kosolapov, Gorby, 1991, acrylic and silkscreen on canvas.