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Eurantica Brussels, a Fair Full of Tradition Opens this Weekend
More than 28,000 visitors, 20% of them foreigners, (collectors, dealers, antique and art lovers) will be welcomed at this major spring meeting which, over the years, has established its reputation across Europe.

BRUSSELS.- Located in the prestigious Hall 5 of Brussels Expo for the last 5 years, Eurantica Fine Art & Antiques Fair, takes place from Friday 20 to Sunday 29 March 2009. For this 28th edition, Eurantica Brussels brings together 150 antique dealers and galleries from all over Europe chosen by the selection committee made up of independent experts.

More than 28,000 visitors, 20% of them foreigners, (collectors, dealers, antique and art lovers) will be welcomed at this major spring meeting which, over the years, has established its reputation across Europe.

The Art Market
In this changing art market, Eurantica has managed to take its position by giving international collectors, professionals and art lovers the opportunity to meet numerous antique and fi ne art dealers all gathered in the unique and prestigious Hall 5.

A modern presentation
The special attention given to the contemporary lay-out and decoration of the fair creates a dynamic and refi ned ambiance where antiques and art objects are shown at their very best.

Diversity and harmony
Classical antiques, 20th century art and extra-European art are superbly presented in the different stands where the antique dealers do not hesitate to reproduce new and innovative scenes. They manage to blend refi nement and eclectic style by juxtaposing their favourite objects.

The experts, a guarantee of quality
The level of participants and the selection of objects presented are the outcome of the work of a team of multi-disciplinary independent experts. During the ‘vetting’ day, 30 international experts check the pieces according to the quality criteria detailed in the ‘Eurantica Charter’.

2009 Theme: the palaces
Places of prestige by excellence, palaces contain numerous sumptuous objects, laden with history and memories. From the Roman era until the present day, palaces ravish their visitors with their royal atmosphere and famous past. Eurantica, fi ne art & antiques fair, is oriented towards these places where an object acquires a special identity and enables it to blend into a place lending charm and memories.

Today's News

March 22, 2009

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National Gallery of Victoria Acquires John Brack Masterpiece the Bar

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Nelson Leirner and Albuquerque Mendes Present a Joint Work at Valencian Institute of Modern Art

Eurantica Brussels, a Fair Full of Tradition Opens this Weekend

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Brooklyn Museum Announces Watercolors by Conceptual Artist Patricia Cronin

Three Venues in Dublin Show Important Exhibition by Renowned Irish Artist James Coleman

Louis Cameron: Heineken Closes March 29 at the Saint Louis Art Museum

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3.- The world's oldest bridge to be preserved by the British Museum's Iraq Scheme

4.- Exquisite jewels dazzle in historic Cartier exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia

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6.- New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art returns stolen idols to Nepal

7.- Glasgow starts a year of celebration as Charles Rennie Mackintosh exhibition opens

8.- Very rare Qing Dynasty bowl sells for $30.4 million

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10.- Royal Ontario Museum announces appointment of Curator, Islamic Art & Culture

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