Antica Namur, the biggest art fair in Belgium that is ranked amongst the European top, opens her doors from 9 until 17 November 2019. Antica Namur is the first meeting place of the art market in autumn. The fair unites 135 top notch Belgian and international exhibitors. The big houses are present at this not to miss meeting for collectors and art lovers.
France is represented by thirty important exhibitors. There is for example Galerie Ary Jan, Galerie Beres, Berger, la Maison Bernard Bouisset, Univers du Bronze, Martel Greiner, Pautot & Sugeres, Galerie Suggere, Galerie Théorème and for the first time this edition the galleries Monluc (furniture from the XIXth century) and Toboggan (Napoleon III).
Amongst the Belgians, there is a selection of more than 80 very prestigious galleries like Art & Patrimoine, Bernard Deleye, Claeys Gallery, Tom Desmet, Francis Janssens van der Maelen, Galerie Lamy, La Maison Costermans, La Mésangère, Ming’ki, Jan Muller, Jacques Neve, NF Art Gallery, Bert Nordin, Henri Van Hoenacker, Raf Van Severen. Amongst the first participants: Artimo Fine Arts (ancient marble) or the gallery association de Beuckelaere & de Busschere.
The hall of Namur Expo, which covers more than10.000 m2, will get a special scenography for the occasion. The audience can discover all domains of ancient, modern and contemporary art. A committee of independent experts is available during the fair for all questions or a certificate of authenticity.
The fair is animated with a programme of exclusive conferences. The City Namur, in partnership with the Fondation Roi Baudouin, proposes a selection of exclusive pieces from her museums.