BRAFA 2022


The Brussels Art Fair

BRAFA, one of Europe's leading art and antiques fairs, will be back in person next month from Sunday 19 to Sunday 26 June in a prestigious new venue: Brussels Expo at Heysel. Renowned for the quality and diversity of its offer, this 67th edition will welcome 115 galleries from 15 countries who will present their most beautiful works of ancient, modern & contemporary art and twentieth-century design. Paintings, sculpture, furniture, jewellery, silverware, tribal art, Asian art, art nouveau and art deco, comics... all periods and origins covering more than 5000 years of art will be represented in an elegant setting. A place of encounters and exciting exchanges, the Brafa is an unmissable event in June!

This year, the guest of honour, Arne Quinze, will be the first Belgian artist to enhance the fair with his paintings, sculptures and drawings. His art, totally inspired by nature, will instil a colourful, friendly and positive atmosphere!

The fair will also offer daily Brafa Art Talks, conferences bringing together various art market actors:

We are pleased to announce the participation of one Hungarian exhibitor from Budapest: specialised in KÁLMÁN MAKLÁRY FINE ARTS


The Kálmán Makláry Fine Arts gallery is dedicated to the artists of the Post-War School of Paris. Especially the Abstract and Surrealist movements with artists like Judit Reigl, Simon Hantai, François Fiedler, Alfred Reth, Endre Rozsda and Victor Vasarely. Through it’s exhibitions outside the Budapest based gallery and it’s publications of books and catalogs, it has worked towards reviving unquestionably important artists, some of whom the last decades had unfortunately forgotten. The gallery works with museums and art collectors and develops with them long-term relationships of trust. Today, some of the gallery’s artists have already rightfully found their place in the major modern art museums around the world. It also handles and represents works by Gustave Miklos, Joseph Csaky, Etienne Beöthy, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, Paul Kallos, Geza Szobel, Etienne Sandorfi, Tibor Csernus. The gallery also specializes in contemporary art and mainly represents Hungarian artists such as Sam Havadtoy, Kamill Major, Isaac Silard, Marta Kucsora, Gábor M. Szőke as well as Korean artists such as Hur Kyung-Ae, Ilhwa Kim, Suh Jeong-Min and Lim Dong-Lak. The Kalman Maklary Fine Arts is a member of the following organizations: S.N.A. (Syndicat National des Antiquaires Négociants en Objets d'Art Tableaux anciens et modernes de France) , The Belgian Royal Chamber of Antiques and Art Dealers , CINOA T he International Federation of Dealer Associations, The Association of Hungarian Contemporary Art Galleries.