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The Grand Sablon 40

Our new home in the center of Brussels

We are delighted to unveil the latest chapter in our gallery's journey with the opening of “The Grand Sablon 40”. Nestled among Brussels' most iconic landmarks, the space spans over 2000 sqm across three floors, offering a new canvas for our artists breathing fresh life into its rich history, bridging past with the present. Through diverse exhibitions, art programs and events, we aim to create a dynamic podium for contemporary emerging and established artists worldwide, with a particular emphasis on showcasing the mastery of Belgium's leading craftsmen.

The Ballroom

The gallery is a continuation of curated spaces, each having their own unique narrative. The promenade starts in the famously decorated ballroom where Brussels' bourgeoisie once had their couture wishes tailored. It serves as a prelude, offering a glimpse into the diverse rooms that await. Adjacent to the ballroom is the re-imagined director's office, seamlessly blending tradition with a contemporary twist and moving beyond, our classical white cube becomes the backdrop for wall pieces, sculptures, and objets d’art. The first floor unveils an uninterrupted space for dedicated projects, hosting solo and curated exhibitions, while the second floor unfolds as our showroom and polyvalent playground, adapting to the dynamic needs of the art and design community.

The Director's Office

The White Cube


Lionel Jadot

Solo Showexplore

Ben Storms

Solo Showexplore

From Trash To Treasure

Inaugural exhibitionexplore


Located at the cultural heart of Brussels, The Grand Sablon 40 stands as a testament to the city's rich heritage. Erected during the roaring twenties in the Beaux-Arts style, it initially served as the headquarters for one of Belgium's foremost fur companies. Through the years, the building underwent transformative phases, evolving into a museum and later, the auction house of Pierre Bergé, the late husband of Yves Saint Laurent. In 2006, it earned the status of a protected monument, solidifying its place as a historic landmark in Brussels.

Address: Place Du Grand Sablon 40, Brussels 1000
Opening Hours
Monday: on appointment
Tuesday: on appointment
Wednesday: 11:00 - 19:00
Thursday: 11:00 - 19:00
Friday: 11:00 - 19:00
Saturday: 11:00 - 19:00
Sunday: on appointment