the first international contemporary art fair dedicated to ceramics


Michael Geertsen, 2023 @Kasper Agergaard Beskåret
Michael Geertsen, 2023 @Kasper Agergaard Beskåret

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A second edition that emphasises its international scope, opens its doors to modern ceramics and the participation of renowned institutions.
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The fair brings together more than 60 galleries, institutions and key players in ceramics in a unique scenography, in the heart of Europe.
Roger Coll, 2022, ©RC
Roger Coll, 2022, ©RC
ceramic brussels offers a unique forum for high-level exchanges and networking, and encourage interactions and collaborations.
Maximilien Pellet, La Pierre Aux Grenouilles 2023 ©Jean Christophe Lett
Maximilien Pellet, La Pierre Aux Grenouilles 2023 ©Jean Christophe Lett
An art prize aiming to showcase the vitality and diversity of ceramics, support contemporary creation and stimulate new exchanges between artists, institutions, galleries and the audience of the fair.
ceramic brussels 2024 ©Geoffrey Fritsch
ceramic brussels 2024 ©Geoffrey Fritsch

guest of honour

The sculptor Johan Creten is ceramic brussels 2024 guest of honour and, as a member of the advisory board, contributes to the programme and selection.
Johan Creten ©Claire Dorn, Perrotin
Johan Creten ©Claire Dorn Perrotin
Spread over the two sheds of Tour&Taxis and the 7000sqm of this major cultural hotspot and events venue in Brussels, the fair features exhibition areas, talks, hospitality facilities and more.
ceramic brussels 2024 ©Geoffrey Fritsch
ceramic brussels 2024 ©Geoffrey Fritsch