Sim Smith will exhibit at Art Brussels with a two person presentation of new work by Kemi Onabulé and Anne Ryan.
The gallery is looking forward to showing a new series of unique works on paper by Onabulé and ceramic sculptures and wall based pieces by Ryan.
This is the first time the artist's have shown together since the group exhibition 'They Catch Feelings, I Catch Bodies' at Sim Smith in June 2019.
Founded in 1968, Art Brussels is one of the most renowned contemporary art fairs in Europe and a must-see in the international art calendar.
Art Brussels represents a unique opportunity to discover the richness of the artistic and cultural scene of the European capital, and attracts a growing number of collectors, gallerists, curators, art professionals and art lovers from around the world. Every year in April, the fair welcomes around 25,000 visitors. Since 2016, Art Brussels had been held in the emblematic Tour & Taxis building, in the heart of Brussels. This year, the fair is moving back to the Brussels Expo site where the fair will be held in Halls 5 and 6, Art Deco icon built for the 1935 Brussels International Exposition.
Further information on the fair can be found at artbrussels.com.