Black Summer 2022

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SANITARY PASS REQUESTED
(from 16 year old)

THE MASK IS REQUIRED
(from 10 year old)

The sanitary pass consists of the presentation, digitally (via the TousAntiCovid application) or paper, of one of the following three health proofs:

A certificate of vaccination

Vaccination, on condition that people have a complete vaccination schedule

A negative test  

A certificate of negative test less than 72 hours old or 48 hours for antigenic tests in the European Union (RT-PCR, antigenic tests or self-tests under the supervision of health professionals)

 

A certificate of recovery

A positive RT-PCR or antigenic test result demonstrating recovery of Covid-19, at least 11 days old and less than 6 months old.

   

OPENING HOURS

25 > 27 November 2022 
Friday : 4pm - 10pm
Saturday : 10am - 8pm
Sunday : 10am - 7pm

Closing of the checkouts 30 minutes
before the fair closes.

PRICE

Adult : 10 euros
Free for accompanied minors

ADDRESS

Brussels Expo
Palais 1 Place de Belgique 1
1020 Brussels
Parking B, T, M

SURFACE

more than 6 600 sqm

MISCELLANEOUS

restauration 
Continuous restaurant/brewery
pas d'animaux
No animals allowed
Espace fumeur
Smoking Area
photo

Photos only allowed with exhibitor’s permission

VERNISSAGE

The official opening of the exhibition will take place on Friday at 6 pm.
Each exhibitor will have his own vernissage on his stand, in order to encourage exchanges and allow the first favourites.


Reminder :
The opening evening is open to all visitors.
Those without an invitation must pay the entrance fee at the fair reception.

ACCESS

 

Car

Low Emission Zones

Since January 1st, 2018 the Brussels-Capital Region has become a Low Emission Zone (LEZ). If you are entering the city in a car or van, check here to find out whether you are allowed to drive your vehicle within the LEZ. If you do not meet the conditions, we would remind you that there are park-and-ride car parks on the access routes leading into Brussels as well as alternatives to the car.

COMING FROM GHENT (E40) OR MONS / CHARLEROI (E19)

Follow the RO ringroad towards Zaventem – Namur (Namen)
On the ringroad, exit at junction 7A and follow the “Expo” signs.


COMING FROM ANTWERP (E19), NAMUR (E411) OR LIEGE (E40)

Follow the RO ringroad towards Ghent (Gent) – Ostend (Oostende) (E40)
On the ringroad, exit at junction 7A and follow the “Expo” signs.


COMING FROM ANTWERP– BOOM (A12)

Follow the RO ringroad towards Ghent (Gent) – Ostend (Oostende) (E40) – Mons (Bergen)/Charleroi (E19)
On the ringroad, exit at junction 7A and follow the “Expo” signs.

 

Metro


Brussels Expo is very easy to reach by Metro.Take line 6 towards Roi Baudouin and get off at the Heysel stop. This station is a few minutes’ walk from our Halls.

 

Tram

 

The tramline 7 run by the STIB also serves Brussels Expo. Take the tram towards Heysel and get off at the terminus.
Trams 51 & 93 stop at the stade Roi Baudouin. Tram 3 (Esplanade) stops at Avenue de Meysse.

 

Bus

 

Bus lines 88 and 84 towards “Heysel” stop at Brussels Expo, get off at the ‘Heysel’ stop (terminus).


Airplane


Brussels Expo is located 20 minutes from Brussels International Airport International. From the airport we suggest you take a taxi to Brussels Expo

If you need to get from the airport to your hotel in the city centre, the train is a good option. The “Airport City Express” runs four times an hour (between 6 a.m. and midnight). The journey to the city centre takes only a quarter of an hour. From there, you can use the tram, underground train or taxi to reach your hotel.

 

Train

 

Brussels is easily accessible via the Eurostar from London and the Thalys from Paris, Amsterdam and Cologne. Both trains stop at Brussels-Midi station.

To reach Brussels Expo from Midi Station, take the direct number 6 underground train line in the direction of Roi Baudouin. Get off at Heysel. This journey will take about 15 minutes.

From the Central Station, take the number 5 underground train line towards Erasme, or line 1 towards Gare de l’Ouest. At Beekkant take line 6 towards Roi Baudouin underground station. Get off at Heysel. This journey will take +/- 20 minutes.

art3f Strasbourg

For the first time and quite naturally, art3f is conquering Strasbourg!



THE 2 BORDERS FAIR

Directly bordering Germany, Strasbourg is only 20 minutes from Kehl and one hour from Karlsruhe. Also very close to Mulhouse, the historic city of the art3f trade fairs, Strasbourg, the European capital alongside Brussels and Luxembourg, is renowned for its economic and tourist appeal. Prefecture of the Bas-Rhin and of the Grand Est region, it borders Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland, three countries with very high purchasing power. 

Strasbourg is the second largest French diplomatic city with 1 embassy, 41 consulates (including Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Portugal, etc.), 47 permanent representations of member states to the Council of Europe, as well as around 100 NGOs of an international nature. Strasbourg is also one of the few cities, along with Basel, New York, Geneva and Lyon, to host international institutions without being the political capital of a state.


TOURISTIC CITY

 With its legendary Christmas market, its gastronomy, its wine route, the beauty of its typical districts full of half-timbered houses, Strasbourg is THE tourist city by excellence. The sector employs more than 25,000 people, including 8,300 in Strasbourg. The arrival of the TGV Est has enabled a real increase in this sector of activity. 


CITY OF CULTURE WITH A FLOURISHING ECONOMY

Strasbourg is the second city in France after Paris in terms of the number of international congresses. The presence of many renowned national institutions, such as the National Theatre, the National and University Library and the National Rhine Opera, makes it an important cultural centre. Its city centre, located on the Grande Île, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988.

By population, Strasbourg intra-muros is the largest municipality in the French Grand Est and the eighth largest in France with 286,628 inhabitants. Its urban area has 750,000 inhabitants

Strasbourg is one of the main economic centres of the North-East and is characterised by a tertiary sector mainly focused on financial and legal activities. Home to the Alsace-Eurometropole Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Alsace Chamber of Trade, the Alsace economy generates 2.6% of France's GDP, corresponding to a per capita GDP of 31,700. It has been established that three quarters of the European population's purchasing power is concentrated in an area of 800 km around Strasbourg! 


For you, an already conquered public!



A unique exhibition concept

With its singular topography for the layout of the stands, with its plazas and wide aisles, with its 3m high hanging partitions, art3f invents new reading paths for its visitors and offers the works exhibited perfect readability.

Its stands are fully equipped, lit with the latest generation of LED spotlights, the floor is carpeted and there is a choice of three colours of brushed cotton for the partitions. There are no additional costs.


A strong purchasing dynamic

Thanks to a large-scale communication with collectors, professionals, company directors and wealthy households in the region, art3f is THE MUST SEE fair. Galleries and artists, don't miss this opportunity to meet and develop customer loyalty. Make sales, create the event, be in the right place at the right time!


An original art fair

art3f breaks the mould of traditional contemporary art fairs, giving these events a human touch and warmth. A restaurant offering food at all hours with a jazzy atmosphere gives visitors a different idea of art and allows exhibitors to engage in warm dialogues with their customers.


Selected exhibitors

Each exhibitor is selected by a committee of professionals.


Win / Win

art3f is a private company with no subsidies. Our success depends on the success of our exhibitors!



To receive your participation contract: www.art3f.com or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Partenaires | Partners

Gerstaecker - Le Géant des Beaux Arts BrusselsLife.be La Libre Belgique