Liv Vaisberg - Office for Art and Design
A PERFORMANCE AFFAIR will be launched in September 2018 during Brussels Gallery Weekend. It is a new platform providing opportunity for the research and discussion of current tendencies in performance art and the economic structures around it.
COLLECTIBLE closed its first edition very successfully with more than 10,000 visitors, 72 international exhibitors and more than 120 national and international articles. The second edition will take place in March 2019 in Brussels.
POPPOSITIONS 2018 Edition roster and location annouced. Check website for details.
“The Rise of Design and its Importance in our Digital World” - Liv Vaisberg is invited as Collectible co-founder to speak along Tony Chambers (Wallpaper*), Job Smeets (Studio Job) and Adam Trunoske (Design Specialist Sotheby’s).
CROSSROADS 2017 cancelled
At a time of economic uncertainty for emerging and middle-market galleries and in order to keep the quality of the fair high, it has been decided to postpone this edition.
COMPLEX receives a subsidy from the Region of Brussels for an international press campaign. This new initiative was successfully launched in September 2017 during the Brussels Gallery Weekend and Art on Paper.
COLLECTIBLE is launched during Design September. Journalists and designers are invited to a cocktail on 5 September together with Wallpaper*Store, supported by Visit Brussels.
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Bozar: Art on Paper fair
“Collecting Contemporary Drawing” - Liv Vaisberg is moderating a talk between Reyn van de Lugt (Dutch Collector) and Yves Lecointre, Director des mondes dessinés | fracpicardie.
Fair Cities (Manchester Contemporary)
Liv Vaisberg is invited to speak about the visuals arts ecology and market in Brussels and how it could inspire Manchester to become a pole of attraction for contemporary art - Link here.
Bozar: Brussels Creative Forum
“The Brussels Contemporary Art Scene: a good name to defend” - Liv Vaisberg is invited to speak alongside Harlan Levy (gallery owner), Zoë Gray (senior curator at Wiels) and Alain Servais (Collector).