HolidayCity.com Celebrates Fine Art and Antiques at Eurantica Brussels
Wednesday 10, March 2010
More than 30,000 people are expected to make their way to Eurantica Brussels, the prestigious fine art and antiques fair which will be held from 19th - 28th March 2010.
Brussels hotels are expected to do brisk business to ensure a memorable stay for visitors and exhibitors alike. In its 29th year, the fair brings together no less than 140 antique dealers and art gallery proprietors from Belgium and other European countries such as France, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Germany, Italy and Luxembourg. It is expected to attract art and antique lovers, dealers and collectors from all over the world who would have the opportunity to get an insight into the latest trends and an overview of the market.
Diversity, authenticity and international mix are the distinguishing features of the fair. Three different styles are presented, namely, classical antiques, XXth Century art and Extra European Art and Archeology. Visitors would also be able to enjoy browsing through eclectic collectables ranging from furniture, tapestries, glassware, textiles, clocks and many more. Staying true to previous years' arrangement, the fair has opted for a minimalist setting which allows dealers to use their creativity and flair to attract visitors and buyers. The theme for this year is 'the continents' which brings together a veritable mix of European, Tribal and Oriental art in a capital city that is famous for being an international centre of cultural exchange.
Lee Lai Huat, CEO of HolidayCity.com, and an admirer of artistic endowment commends the success of Eurantica Brussels, saying, "Hall 5 of Brussels Expo is going to be an oasis of the finest art and antiques collections for 10 days in March. Buyers and interested parties can make purchases without any doubt with the presence of the committee members who would render advice and issue Certificates of Authenticity for the collectors' pieces". He goes on further to add that, "It's also a grand gesture on the organizers' part to offer free entry for female visitors on the dedicated Ladies' Day. HolidayCity.com would also be offering fantastic rates for Brussels accommodation throughout the fair."
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