A few days ago I visited the Accessible Art Fair in Brussels. As promised, I show you my favorite artworks. I didn’t know any of the artists, so these are all new discoveries. What do you think of this first picture of the woman with the gun? The work is called ‘Le regard qui tue‘ from the Belgian photographer Alberto Saleh. I’m not sure I like all of his pictures, but this one just grabbed my attention like a magnet.
‘49 colored vadors‘ by the French artist Laetitia Schlesser-Gamelin.
‘Berlin‘ by Andrés Garcia Mellado. Yes, if you visited Berlin, you recognize this kind of image of people sleeping in public. It reminds me of a picture I took in Berlin last year, read my travel report here.
‘Les Chaises Vertes du Métro (Paris)‘ by Jacques Meunier. Such a common scene if you live in a capital, but yet so beautiful.
I think this work is called ‘From Europe with Love‘, but please correct me if I’m wrong. The artist is Nadia Berriche, a Belgian artists whose work is about media. On her website (click on her name) there’s a short video about her work, very interesting.
So these were my 5 favorite artworks 🙂 ! I hope to see some more of these artists in the near future.