Harlan Levey Projects (Brussels)
- sold 20 works across all the six artists that were represented in their booth, among which the video installation by Emmanuel Van der Auwera which was part of the SOLO section.
rodolphe janssen (Brussels)
- sold four works by Thomas Lerooy.
- works by Louisa Gagliardi, Douglas Eynon, Marcel Berlanger, Betty Tompkins, Gert & Uwe Tobias and all the works by Sanam Khatibi.
- Range of sold works between €6,000 and €55,000.
HdM (Beijing, London)
- sold several pieces
Mendes Wood DM (Brussels, São Paulo, New York)
- works by Daniel Steegmann Mangrané in the price range of $6,000 – $35,000 as well as works by Neïl Beloufa.
New Art Centre (Salisbury)
- sold a significant Henry Moore tapestry to a top European collection.
Nathalie Obadia (Brussels, Paris)
- had strong sales including two Laure Prouvost oil on canvas paintings priced between €25,000-€35,000 and a few Laure Prouvost tapestries, priced between €25,000 – €85,000.
Blain | Southern (London, Berlin, New York)
- reported strong sales from their booth, the price range of which is $35,00 – $200,000. Notable sales included a Jonas Burgert piece.
Xavier Hufkens (Brussels)
- sold numerous works among which their solo booth of works by Lesley Vance (who won the SOLO prize).
Kristof De Clercq (Ghent)
- sold 20 pieces from artists such as Mario De Brabandere (solo booth) and Belgian artist Johan De Wit to national and international collectors.
- solo booth of works by Amélie Bertrand sold out on the first day. Price range €2,500 – €14,000.
Patrick de Brock (Knokke)
- sold several Ethan Cook works on the first day and had to rehang the booth. Price range: €22,000 – €36,000.
KETELEER Gallery (Antwerp)
- sold 15 works on the first day
Ceysson & Bénétière (Luxembourg, Paris, Saint-Etienne, New York)
- Sold works by Claude Viallat in the price range of €15,000 – €40,000, works by Florian Pugnaire & David Raffini for €6,500 and €7,500 and five works by Lionel Sabatté.
Ditesheim & Maffei Fine Art (Neuchâtel)
- sold an entire series made up of 15 Heimo Zobernig pieces
Maruani Mercier (Brussels, Knokke, Zaventem)
- sold out their SOLO booth of Jaclyn Conley, priced between €2,500 – €20,000
- sold one Arne Quinze in the range of €50,000, among other works
Zeno X (Antwerp)
- reported sales of Mircea Suciu, Mark Manders, Paulo Monteiro, Marina Rheingantz and Anne-Mie Van Kerckhoven, among others.
Galerie Transit (Mechelen)
- Sales included works by Jenny Watson and Tom Polo.
The Hole (New York)
- Their SOLO booth of works by Jonathan Chapline sold out, with a price range of $4,000 – $30,000 as well as notable sales including pieces by Eric Shaw and Alex Gardner.
Nadja Vilenne (Liege)
- sold very well including three large works, two of which sold to major institutions
- sales including all eight of Kim Hyunsik’s Who Likes… series.
Marc Straus (New York)
- sold six works within the first hour of the preview day, including four works by Sandro Chia priced at $4,800, a Michael Brown piece priced at $25,000 and 3 Paul Pretzer works ranging from $5,000 – $7,000.
Vigo Gallery (London)
- sold works by Daniel Crews-Chubb, including one for $15,000 and another for $31,000
- sales of Fontana, Melotti and also from younger Italian artists such as Alessandro Piangiamore
- reported several sales from artists Koen van den Broek, Bin Woo Hyuk and Liam Gillick
Greta Meert (Brussels)
- sold works by Katinka Bock in the price range of €18,000 – €22,000
- works by Pieter Vermeersch in the price range of €15,000 – €70,000
Spazio Nobile (Brussels)
- sold large-scale abstract tapestries (€13,400) by Kustaa Saksi. and ceramics (€4,500-18,000) by artists Bela Silva.
STEMS (Brussels, Luxembourg)
- sold out the entire booth with a price range of €6,000 – €9,000.
- sold well price range €6,500-€12,000.
- Joao Gabriel, sold out on preview day.
- sold out the entire booth by Friday afternoon.
Dauwens & Beernaert (Brussels)
- reported very good sales, notably two works by Karl Philips were acquired by the Vanhaerents Art Collection.