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What to expect at Beirut Art Fair 2017

BEIRUT ART FAIR
SEPTEMBER 21-24, 2017

The 7th edition of BEIRUT ART FAIR, which took place in September 2016, included 45 galleries from 20 countries and welcomed more than 23,000 visitors (compared to 21,000 in 2015). The event registered a turnover of $3.2 million, representing a 25% increase in average earnings per gallery compared to the previous year.

Since its first edition in 2010, which gathered 30 galleries, 30 artists and 30 works for a turnover of approximately USD $800,000, BEIRUT ART FAIR has established itself as a must see event for Lebanese collectors and for anyone interested in the art of the region.

In 2017, BEIRUT ART FAIR presents:
• 51 participating galleries (including 29 first-time participants)
• 23 countries*
• 230 artists
• 1,400 works of art

*Algeria, Armenia, Bahrain, Belgium, Chile, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Greece, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Switzerland, Sultanate of Oman, Syria, Thailand, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and Uruguay


CLASSIC SECTION
Gallery / Country
392rmeil393 / Lebanon
Agial Art Gallery / Lebanon
Aida Cherfan Fine Art Gallery / Lebanon
Albareh Art Gallery / Bahrain
Alfred Basbous Foundation* / Lebanon
Analix Forever Gallery* / Switzerland
Aramé Art Gallery* / Armenia
Artspace Hamra / Lebanon
Artistique Gallery* / Qatar
Artlab / Lebanon
Bel Air Fine Art Gallery / France, Switzerland, Italy, Lebanon
Boghossian Foundation* / Belgium
ContiniArtUK* / United Kingdom
D21 Art Projects* / Chile
EMMAGOSS / Lebanon
Espace Jacques Ouaiss / Lebanon
Galerie Fadi Mogabgab / Lebanon
Galerie Nathalie Obadia* / France, Belgium
Rochane Galerie d’Art* / Lebanon
Galerie Tanit / Lebanon
Galerie Esther Woerdehoff* / France
Gallery One / Palestine
Gowen Contemporary / Switzerland
Hafez Gallery* / Saudi Arabia
Hajer Azzouz La maison de la plage* / Tunisia
Hamazkayin Lucy Tutunjian Art Gallery / Lebanon
Kapopoulos Fine Arts* / Greece
Kozah Art Gallery / Syria
LAS Lebanese Autism Society / Lebanon
Les Ateliers sauvages / Algeria
Mark Hachem / Lebanon, France, USA
Slotine* / France
South Border Gallery / Lebanon
Wadi Finan Art Gallery / Jordan
YenakArt Villa* / Thailand
* indicates a first-time participant


REVEALING SECTION + FEATURED ARTIST
Gallery /Artist / Nationality

392rmeil393 (Lebanon) / Jacques Hagop Vartabedian / Lebanese
Archiraar Gallery* (Belgium) / Camille Leherpeur / Lebanese
Art Sablon* (Belgium, United Kingdom) / Studio KRJST / Belgian
Artlab (Lebanon) / Farshid Davoodi / Iranian
Artspace Hamra (Lebanon) / Tom Young / British
Begramoff* (Belgium) / Helena Darq / French
Christian Berst Art Brut* (France) / Alexandro García / Uruguayan
Galerie Dominique Fiat* (France) / Majida Khattari / Moroccan
Galerie Esther Woerdehoff* (France) / Pedro Slim / Lebanese
Galerie Comparative – Artisyou* (France) / Laura Garcia-Karras / French
Galerie Danielle Bourdette-Gorzkowski* (France) / David Daoud / Lebanese
Galerie Depardieu* (France) / Elli Chrysidou / Greek
Galerie Detais* (France) / Xavier Deshoulieres / French
Gallery One (Palestine) / Manal Mahamid / Palestinian
Gowen Contemporary (Switzerland) / Maria Gimeno / Spanish
Mark Hachem (Lebanon, France, USA) / Shadi Abosada / Syrian
Hafez Gallery* (Saudi Arabia) / Osama Esid / Syrian
L&B Contemporary Art Gallery* (Spain) / Xavi Muñoz / Spanish
Mashrabia Gallery of Contemporary Art (Egypt) / Mohamed Monaiseer / Egyptian
Polansky Gallery* (Czech Republic) / Lukáš Karbus / Czech
Salwa Zeidan Gallery (United Arab Emirates) / Kourosh Salehi / Iranian
Riwaq Oman Gallery* (Oman) / Nadira Mahmoud / Omani
South Border Gallery (Lebanon) / Jorge Otero / Cuban
Trazos Gallery* (Uruguay) / Bruno Sfeir / Uruguayan
Wadi Finan Art Gallery (Jordan) / Nissa Raad / Jordanian
Zawyeh Gallery* (Palestine) / Rana Samara / Palestinian
* indicates a first-time participant

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