Ars Belga is a European art consultancy firm founded in 2009 that provides independent expertise and professional guidance to private collectors, artists and family estates.Read more
Global sales of art and antiques in 2021
Aggregate sales in the dealer sector in 2021
Sales at public auction of fine and decorative art and antiques in 2021
PWC sales at auction in 2021
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We offer tailored day-to-day strategic advice on building and managing collections, helping clients cultivate their own critical appreciation of art and make well informed collecting decisions.Read more
We are delighted to be presenting an exhibition showcasing historically important works by leading Abstract Artists in collaboration with Saatchi Yates.
We are delighted to announce the opening of a new exhibition space in Brussels in collaboration with Gokelaere & Robinson, where 20th century design will dialogue with post-war and contemporary paintings.
Editions Online focuses on prints and editions by leading contemporary and Post-war masters. Highlights include Barbara Kruger, Josh Sperling, François Morellet and Louise Bourgeois.
Through an exceptional selection of antique furniture and contemporary artworks, several Louis XVI, XV and XVI objects and furniture are presented with emblematic paintings of abstract art, including artworks by Robert Mangold and Sam Francis.
‘MINIMO’, Minimal and Monumental Art at the Château Saint-Maur, Saint Tropez, offers an insight into the finest works of minimal, modern and contemporary art, alongside monumental sculptures from the 1920s to the present day as well as exceptional vintage cars. Minimo pays tribute to a wide artistic selection.
The show offers an insight into Paul de Vos works by exhibiting masterpieces by the Antwerp baroque painter. These works will be displayed alongside miniature landscapes painted by the french painter Edouard Athenosy and a selection of the finest modern masterworks.
Gokelaere & Robinson will transform Ars Belga's office into an exclusive living space, featuring exceptional pieces of furniture created by Brazilian and European designers, in conversation with a collection of post-war paintings and tribal art.
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