THE ACCESSIBLE ART FAIR
Founded by Brussels-based Stephanie Manasseh in 2007, the fair has managed to break with traditional art boundaries to create fresh opportunities for new, emerging talent. The Accessible Art Fair was born from Stephanie's passion for art but also after realizing that there is so much artistic talent without gallery representation.
All the works are carefully selected and hand-picked by a panel of experts. This ensures that the quality of the work is high and already vetted by art connoisseurs.
US Partner, Maria van Vlodrop, President MVVO ART:
"I am proud to partner with Stephanie and bring this new art fair to New York City and support emerging artists at such an intimate venue as The National Arts Club."
Photos by Gaetan Chekaiban
Accessible Art Fair's concept is simple: make artists accessible to the public and make the public accessible to the artists. It offers artists a beautiful space to exhibit and sell their work to an art buying public.
In Brussels, the Accessible Art Fair has become a focal point of discovery of new talent and a chance for artists to launch their career.