The Jewish Museum, Brussels was home to the Accessible Art Fair 2016. Open for four days, over 4 floors of two buildings. It was a voyage of discovery to go explore the work of the 70 other selected artists, before we opened to the public. As is my habit at fairs. The quiet allows the engagement that many of my contemporaries require of you. Away from the crowds, I was able to chat to those early birds like me and seek a connection with one another. Finding more often our need to give voice to, reflect upon and through our work and have our offerings witnessed, regardless of language.

Below are the posts I made across Twitter @dawltonbarn sharing my highlights, a couple every day. So enjoy and please follow the links below to direct yourself to the artists websites.

Pedro Correa – Belgium
Jason McGroarty – Ireland
William Victorino – France
Thierry Lancelot – Belgium

Yusuke Sugiyama – Japan
Christian De Wulf – Belgium 
Pierre Verlaine – Belgium
Aude Herlédan – France

“DoubleYou” Jean-Marc Wullschleger – France
Yoram Chisin – Israel
Maria Gil Ulldemolins – Belgium
Jacquline Horler – France

Yana M. Dimitrova – USA
Catherine Vermaut – Belgium
Yambe Tam – USA
Lisa Allegretta – Belgium

Francois Betting – Belgium
Renelio Marin – USA
Alix Philippe – UK
Sophie Oldenhove – Belgium

Flo Collard – Belgium
Alexandr Grigorev – Russia
Marc Krüger – Belgium
Martine Henry – France

Jacques Meunier – Belgium
Gerard Escougnou  – France
Beddru – Belgium
Dalia Nosratabadi – Belgium

Christophe Remacle – Belgium
Elizabeth Orcutt – UK