In addition to promoting and showcasing the Brussels fashion and design sector, the Center for Fashion & Design wants to stimulate, support and encourage creative initiatives. Together with a lot of Brussels creative talent, MAD Brussels builds the creative character of the capital.
ceramic brussels joined forces with MAD Brussels to give a designer, architect and/or office, collective, the unique opportunity to show an international audience from the contemporary art fairs world, the know-how and inventiveness of Brussels designers, by developing and implementing an impactful entrance installation for ceramic brussels.
Art Média Agency is a powerhouse of information, inspiration, and in-depth analysis across all facets of the art world, connecting enthusiasts, collectors, art lovers, artists, and professionals worldwide!
AMA consists of a print or digital magazine, a website, and a newsletter, and is 13 years old ! The magazine was established in 2010 and has been informing the wold about art news ever since.
The Editions Ateliers d’Art de France has as a mission to develop the recognition of the role of the fine craft workers in our society. They seek to share a perspective of fine crafts through the publication of art books, essays, technical books and through the two magazines: Ateliers d'Art and La Revue de la céramique et du verre.
Ateliers d’Art is the only French-speaking magazine fully dedicated to contemporary fine crafts. It reveals the talent and the imagination of fine craft workers and artists who both transform and exalt the materials they use. Through its debates, Ateliers d’Art also examines the multiple stakes surrounding this unique field.
By its cultural approach to art and technique, La Revue de la céramique et du verre bears witness, from an open perspective, to the evolution of contemporary design in the glass and ceramic arts, both in France and abroad.
Rayon Belge, daughter of the design studio HIER based in Brussels, is a brand that specialises in providing slick and smart display solutions for retail and cultural spaces. For this collaboration with ceramic brussels, Rayon Belge presents its first modular and flexible display system ‘s.alu’, both as a guest, and a host for a dedicated space of the fair.
ceramic brussels is proud to collaborate with an innovative and conscious design studio.
Pierre Culot (1938-2011) was a ceramicist and sculptor. Passed by the Art School of the Abbey of Maredsous, he was trained in contact with the greatest ceramicists of the post-war period.
Sculpture took on more importance in his work from the 1970s.
Pierre Culot will obtain several international prizes as a ceramist. However, he avoided locking himself into a single discipline, opening up to sculpture, which became increasingly important throughout his career. The artist was awarded the Young Belgian Sculpture Prize in 1973. A landscaper, he has also to his credit the creation of private gardens and installations in public spaces.
Considered one of the greatest European ceramicists of the post-war period, Culot created work that thoughtfully lived on the verge of art and functionality. Sculpture took on more importance in his work from the 1970s and his art has been shown at Stedelijk Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum and Palais de Tokyo.
Located a 45-minute drive from Brussels, the studio of artist Pierre Culot (1938-2011) is open by appointment, and for artists-in-residence.
Located in Brussels, in the heart of Saint-Gilles, Fernand Obb Delicatessen propose a popular cuisine menu made from the best ingredients, an impeccable service with a dedicated team, in a warm atmosphere and always a relaxed mood.
The establishment selects carefully its products: everything is prepared in its dedicated production workshop, using ingredients from local and Belgian producers.
Fernand Obb was created in Saint-Gilles in the course of 2017 by Cédric Mosbeux, and opened in march 2018.
In October of the same year, it won the Brussels’s best grey shrimp croquette award, during the contest organised at Comme Chez Soi with the starred chef Pierre Wynants as the head of the jury. After a second win in 2019, this time with the jury presided by starred chef Lionel Rigolet, Fernand Obb - through Cédric Mosbeux - became an active member of the now yearly contest organisation and the jury.
Fernand Obb, since then, has open a second restaurant in Stockel and is present on many public and private events with its mobile catering service, team and foodtruck.
MOK is about integrity and quality. Working with the same producers year after year to create long lasting relationships and source the finest coffees available.
MOK brings the coffee experience from bean to cup in all its variations to customers. Each day trying to excite everyone with coffee. Two very different bars, currently rustic and cosy in Leuven to the modern and vibrant spot on the canal side of the fashionable Dansaert district.
MOK BXL is open 7 days a week serving up homemade hand brews, filter, espresso and fermented soft drinks. Teas & infusions are sourced by tea Companion Tea. At the heart of the cafe you’ll find a seasonal vegetarian kitchen offering breakfast, lunch and freshly baked cakes & pastries with a gluten / dairy free focus. A selection of brew equipment is also available, alongside our passionately sourced beans.