For its 10-year anniversary, Beirut Art Fair reaffirms its commitment to the discovery of the local and international contemporary scene while celebrating Lebanon and its little-known treasures by presenting exceptional and never-exhibited-before works from private collections.
More than 50 renowned Lebanese and international galleries from 18 different countries partnered up with Beirut Art Fair to bring even more art to the most-awaited art event of the year in Beirut.
55 galleries / 18 countries
1,350 artworks / 250 artists / 40 nationalities
90% of exhibiting galleries reported significant sales
5 sold-out galleries
Major galleries from Lebanon and abroad, museums, and foundations all filled up the walls and halls representing their artists and the artwork that they have chosen for the 10th anniversary of the BAF that welcomed a diverse crowd of local and international collectors alongside art lovers.
The fair also received a large number of personalities from the international art world as well as representatives from distinguished institutions, such as the Sao Paolo Contemporary art Museum (Brazil), the Fondation Boghossian (Belgium), the Centre Georges Pompidou (France), the Fondation Cartier (France), LVMH (France), the Musée de la Chasse (France), the Musée du Quai Branly (France), the National Museum of Contemporary Art of Lisbon (Portugal), AlUla Project (Saudi Arabia), the King Abdulaziz Centre for World Culture (Saudi Arabia), Barcelona’s MACBA (Spain), the Agence France-Muséums for the Louvre Abu Dhabi (UAE), the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi (UAE), Warehouse421 from Abu Dhabi (UAE), the Friends of the Centre Georges Pompidou (United States), and the Middle East Institute from Washington D.C. (United States), to name but a few.