This years Art Brussels 2022 was an incredible event.
It was a remarkable weekend, visiting all the incredible booths of our favourite galleries, such as Sorry We’re Closed, Nino Mier gallery, Geukens & De Vil Gallery, Steve Turner LA, Rodolphe Janssen gallery and many more, making the visit a memorable event.
We visited not only the Art Brussels 2022, we also took the time to visit the prominent galleries Brussels offers!
I was guided by Ernst Koslitsch, a character on his own.
He is a man whose face is hidden behind a speckled white-brown beard, long hair, and his favorite black Ray-Ban.
He’s clad in dark colors with bright yellow shoes.
He is small, yet large in presence. The space that circles him luring you in.
He’s an artist you know, an inhabitant of his yellow universe, a never-ending source of possibilities, giving, taking, growing.
He’s a part of it and it a part of him.
This man constantly questioning till the answer becomes the question, and he begins all over again.
Even though he has arrived, he always is moving on.
His curiosity and thirst for all that’s brilliant and awful in this world rearranged to better the worlds within his yellow universe.
This man took my hand and guided me through Brussels, shared his love for the arts and opened my eyes to the wondrous galleries and artists that inspire him and he respects.
This man Ernst Koslitsch is truly one cool dude.
"I didn’t come to Brussels as an artist. I wanted to see the art and galleries that I only see online on Instagram. For me, it was a weekend full of discoveries. Great art, artists, galleries, restaurants and nice people." -Ernst Koslitsch