Antica Namur, the biggest art fair in Belgium that is ranked amongst the European top, opens this autumn herdoors from 9 until 17 November 2019. Antica Namur is the first event of the art market’s calendar this season. The fair unites 135 top notch Belgian and international exhibitors. The important antique dealers are present at this not to miss meeting for collectors and art lovers.
Also this year, Antica Namur attracts new young talent. The Belgian fair unites a new generation of antique dealers that is shaping the art market of tomorrow. Most of them have been trained in their home country, followed by a specialization abroad. These include Nathan Uzal, the sisters Raphaelle and Ludivine Lassus,Sebastien Tercelin de Joigny, Georges Van Cauwenbergh (Artimo), Cédric and Stijn Moermans (Georgian Gallery), Nicolas Bourriaud, Tobias de Smedt, Adrien Denoyelle, Thomas Deprez, Simon de Harlez de Deulin,Romain Monluc, Rafael Zoï (Tobogan Antiques), Arnaud Jaspar & Cedric Pelgrins (Costermans), Laurent Hasaert & Alexis le Grelle, Laura Schmit (The old Treasury), Cyril Gaillard (Manuscripta), besides the young Italian gallery Alessandra Bardi (Dei Bardi art).
Antica Namur is a fair that can count on a lot of enthusiasm, and not just among the young galleries. The big European houses are also present. The fair is already sold-out a couple of months before its opening. It offers an excellent quality-price relation for antique dealers and gallerists who are on the look-out for collectors and art lovers. The fair gives access to 30.000 visitors including an important network of professionals from the sector. It is considered as a not to miss fair that functions as the first barometer of the season.