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OVER A QUARTER CENTURY OF DEDICATION TO PROTECTING, PRESERVING AND PROMOTING EROTIC ART.
April 15 - 18, 2005
Brussels, Belgium

Eric Everard
presents:

Art Brussels
125 Galleries Participating


untitled by Tom of Finland 1989

M&M Gallery will be displaying Tom of Finland
artwork at this show.

Entry : 12€

The creation of the "Art Actuel" Fair:

In 1968 the Association of Contemporary Art Galleries organised "Art Actuel" for the first time in the commercial center of the Galleries Louise. This makes artbrussels one of the first art fairs in Europe.

In the following years the "Art Actuel" was internationally renowned for its cutting edge profile and the high standard of international galleries presented in the fair.

"Art Actuel" emerged as a small but high quality international fair. It has become the place to meet for an increasing number of contemporary art collectors and art lovers.

Recently:

In 1997 the Belgian Association of Contemporary Art Galleries, entrusted the organisation of the Fair to Eric Everard. 1997 constituted an important turning point for the fair. Milestones were set for a new departure: opening to modern art after 1950, a new name, a new visual concept.

Faced with the demand of the contemporary art market, a growing interest from an increasing public and the excellent results of the '97 edition, the fair became an annual event. This positioned artbrussels on the international fair agenda. The renewed growth of the recent editions insured the success of artbrussels on the international art scene.

Venue:
Brussels Expo - Halls 11 & 12
Show Hours:
April 15 - 17 Noon
- 8 PM, April 18 Noon - 10 PM
Place de Belgique 1, 1020 Brussels, Belgium
Art Brussels Website

M&M Gallery Website

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NAKED MEN
“I almost never draw a completely naked man. He has to have at least a pair of boots or something on. To me, a fully dressed man is more erotic than a naked one. A naked man is, of course beautiful, but dress him in black leather or a uniform — ah, then he is more than beautiful, then he is sexy!”
— Tom of Finland