Art Lectures at the Art Fair

  • 06 Nov 2010
  • 14:30
  • Conrad Brussels Hotel, Avenue Louise 71, Brussels 1050

Art Lectures at the Art Fair

On Saturday November, 2010, PWI is pleased to offer you the possibility to visit the Accessible Art Fair and meet the artists. You can buy high quality original art and design directly from emerging and established artists in a relaxed atmosphere.
The art fair will feature around 50 Belgian and international artists and designers will show and sell their works - paintings, photography, print, sculptures and design - with prices ranging from €50-€5,000.
Accessible Art was created in 2007 by Canadian, Stephanie Manasseh who saw a gap in the Belgian art market. She brought high quality, affordable artworks to people who don’t usually visit art galleries or who simply don’t have the time to do the research!
With her jury they hand pick the best from up and coming to established artists.
How is the Accessible Art Fair different to other fairs? At our art fair you get to meet the artists behind the work and that to us makes all the difference.
If you want more information on the artists visit



14h30-15h30 :    Collectors in the Contemporary Art Market, Adriana Turpin, IESA ( Institut d'Etudes Supérieures des Arts)
                         Conrad Brussels Hotel, Belvedere Room, Avenue Louise 71, Brussels  1050

16h00-17h00 :    The History of the Roman Fountain, Paula Cagli
                         Sponsored by BRIDFAS (Brussels Decorative and Fine Arts Society)
                         Conrad Brussels Hotel, Belvedere Room, Avenue Louise 71, Brussels  1050


Adriana Turpin, IESA ( Institut d'Etudes Supérieures des Arts),  

Adriana Turpin is the Academic Director of the MA courses run by the Institut d’Études Superieures
des Arts in Paris in partnership with the Wallace Collection and Whitechapel Art Gallery. Before
joining IESA, Adriana was a Deputy Director at Sotheby’s Institute, where she was a Senior Tutor on
the year-long Works of Art Course (1978-92) and the new BA established in 1992. During her career at
Sothebys, Adriana developed her interest in the history of furniture and the study of collections,
which led to the foundation of the new MA in the History and Business of Art and Collecting
Paula Cagli, Freelance Photographer 
Paula Cagli is a professional freelance photographer with a university degree in Art History and has spent the past few years developing a series of lectures about various aspects of the architectural history of Rome. Each lecture is a unique journey into the past which she creates through carefully researched and documented slide shows.
The Price for each lecture is 10 Euros at the door, but if you want to enjoy the two of them, you can do it for a special rate of 15 Euros.


Participation  & how to reserve

TIME:                 14:30-17:00 Networking and Art Lectures (opened to members and non members)

VENUE:                   Conrad Brussels Hotel, Avenue Louise 71, Brussels 1050

Map link:                click here
PRICE :                 Members: For the 2 lectures : 15 Euros
                              Non-members: 10 euros by lecture

RESERVATION: Please reserve ASAP with
Pre-registration and pre-payment compulsory for all events:
ING 363-0307521-71
IBAN: BE49 3630 3075 2171 - BIC: BBRUBEBB
No-shows will be invoiced.
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