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Asian Art in Brussels announces dates of the 2014 edition: 4 to 8 June 2014
Asian Art in Brussels will serve as a magnet for collectors and curators in these fields who can be confident of the quality and authenticity of the works offered by respected dealers.
BRUSSELS.- Asian Art in Brussels announced the dates of the 2014 edition, which will be held from 4 to 8 June 2014. 
Leading dealers in the arts of India and the Himalayas, Central Asia, South East Asia, China, Japan, will offer the finest works of art on view and for sale.

Asian Art in Brussels will serve as a magnet for collectors and curators in these fields who can be confident of the quality and authenticity of the works offered by respected dealers. The fair will be fully vetted by an independent panel of experts in the various fields of Asian art. All objects on show will be screened by the Art Loss Register (UK).



Asian Art in Brussels provides a platform for the promotion, exhibition, and sales of the arts of Asia, and coincides with two other important cultural events - B.A.A.F. and B.R.U.N.E.A.F - making Brussels a key destination for art enthusiasts in June.



For the second year, an extensive cultural program, named ArtConnoisseurs, jointly organized by Asian Art in Brussels (AAB) Brussels Ancient Art Fair (BAAF) and Brussels International Art Promotion and Logistics (BIAPAL) will offer a program of lectures by international specialists in Asian Art, Egyptian Art and Archaeologie. The lectures on Asian Art are co-organized with the Institut Belge des Hautes Etudes Chinoises (IBHEC) and will cover various fields of the Asian art and culture.

Organizers look forward to greeting visitors to Asian Art in Brussels from 4 to 8 June 2014. Please do put these dates in your agenda.





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