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|BRUNEAF (Brussels non European Art Fair) 2008
The following pages contain photos that I took during BRUNEAF in June of 2008.
The photos don't cover every gallery that was part of the event, but I hope you'll enjoy browsing through what
I was able to capture.
|(Above) One of my personal favorites from Brussels this year was the collection of Colonial figures and masks from Luc Ritter's gallery 'Antiquites'.
It was a nice assemblage of expressive and interesting objects.
|BRUNEAF is held every June
in the beautiful Place du
Grand Sablon area of
|(left) Patrick of the Patrick & Ondine MESTDAGH Gallery.
(above) An interior shot of the downstairs area of the gallery.
(below) One of my favorite figures, I love the movement in this figure, it's
fantastic. I first saw the figure in the Aberrations and Oddities catalog and it's
moved around to a couple of dealers over the past couple of years before
ending up with Patrick who said he fell in love with it when he came across it
|A couple of interior shots of Joaquin
Pecci's gallery in Brussels.
|A couple of interior shots of Galerie Aethiopia which had a nice selection of shields and knives on display this year.
|The always nice Michael Rhodes from New York standing next to another one
of my favorite figures. Above is an interior shot of his temporary gallery
space in Brussels.
|(above) Yannik van Ruysevelt standing next to a nice bellows in his gallery space.
|Renaud Vanuxem, who's permanent gallery is in
Paris, always has a nice selection of high quality
|A couple of photos from Bruce Frank's temporary gallery space in Brussels.
|(above) Tad Dale
|(above 4 photos) Congo Gallery who had an exhibition called "Mongo - Arts and Crafts from the Heart of Congo"