A Performance AffairAPA
The Second Editionre:production
5—8 September 2019Vanderborght Building

SECOND EDITION

re:production

Selection Committee
Adam Budak, chief curator of the National Gallery (Prague, Czech Republic)
Ellen de Bruijne, gallerist (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Aaron Cezar, founding director of Delfina Foundation (London, UK)
Frédéric de Goldschmidt, collector (Brussels, Belgium)
Iordanis Kerenidis & Piergiorgio Pepe, collectors (Paris, France)
ORLAN, artist (Paris, France)
Chantal Pontbriand, art curator, critic, and art consultant (Montreal, Canada)

5—8 September 2019
Opening hours: 11:00 - 19:00
taking place during Brussels Gallery Weekend
Vanderborght Building • Schildknaapstraat,
50 rue de l’Ecuyer, 1000 Brussels

If you have any queries, please write to: info@aperformanceaffair.com




Download the Application Form

SECOND EDITION

re:production

Selection Committee
Adam Budak, chief curator of the National Gallery (Prague, Czech Republic)
Ellen de Bruijne, gallerist (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
Aaron Cezar, founding director of Delfina Foundation (London, UK)
Frédéric de Goldschmidt, collector (Brussels, Belgium)
Iordanis Kerenidis & Piergiorgio Pepe, collectors (Paris, France)
ORLAN, artist (Paris, France)
Chantal Pontbriand, art curator, critic, and art consultant (Montreal, Canada)

5—8 September 2019
Opening hours: 11:00 - 19:00
taking place during Brussels Gallery Weekend
Vanderborght Building • Schildknaapstraat,
50 rue de l’Ecuyer, 1000 Brussels

If you have any queries, please write to: info@aperformanceaffair.com




Download the Application Form

APA • A Performance Affair

A Performance Affair (APA) is a dynamic platform for performance art that stimulates discussions and discourse around the economies of performance. APA aims to provide a full spectrum of relevant content to a public audience while offering artists, gallerists, curators, and collectors an arena in which to discuss the unique challenges that surround this sector and play. A Performance Affair is not another art fair, but a flexible stage geared towards stimulating the acquisition of performance art while finding solutions for its development and sustainability.

Following The Panopticon, APA’s inaugural edition last September, this second edition entitled: re:production will transform the second and third floors of the Vanderborght Building in Brussels into an open space designed for artists and their collaborators to present new and historical works to the public, including potential collectors, in a wide range of formats. re:production will attempt to determine the key elements necessary to perform, transcribe, document, transfer ownership and restage a performance.

Advisory Committee
Lana Buntakidou, Nathalie Guiot, Emmanuel Lambion, Gregory Lang, Harlan Levey, Alexandra Warder


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50 rue de l’Ecuyer,
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Metro → Lines 1 and 5 (Central StationDe Brouckère)
Bus (STIB/MIVB) → Lines 66, 29, 71, 86, 38, 63, 65
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Train → Central station Brussels (400m)
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