Total sales in the Global Art Market in 2017


Percentage of sales in value represented by Post-War and Contemporary Art, the largest sector of the Art Market today.



Short and long-term collection building strategy

Counsel on whether to buy, sell or hold
Collection audits and valuations
Private sale and acquisition negotiations
Curatorial assistance; including research, framing,
conservation, lighting and installation
Logistics assistance; including import/export implications, insurance, shipping, global storage solutions and security
Liaise with legal, heritage, taxation and other professional advisors
Liaise with artists’ estates, foundations and authentication boards
Inventory management solutions

Provide philanthropic advice, from advising on donations and museum loans to the establishment of private foundations and museums


Short and long-term collection building strategy

Sourcing and acquiring works through extensive international networks
Advise on private sales and auction acquisitions
Pre-sale due diligence
Artwork analysis reports
Private sale and acquisition negotiations
Auction bidding
Pre-sale and post-sale management and logistics
Valuation advice

Art Fair guidance


We are cognisant of the fact that art represents a significant and growing share of our clients' assets. We aim to provide out clients with a comprehensive service.

Develop a bespoke buying strategy for works of art that will demonstrate a good potential of value creation

Organise an art asset portfolio
Market intelligence and risk analysis reports
Continuously assess the performance of individual artists
Detect underlying trends within each sector of the market

Identify best channels and optimum time for sale to maximise value


April 25 - June 21 2019 - Opening April 24, 5-9 pm

Ars Belga is delighted to present a new exhibition on the occasion of Art Brussels 2019. This exhibition will be held simultaneously to another show presented at the fair by Counter Space (Zurich) Sculpture?/Sculpture.

In a parallel initiative, our present exhibition will focus on one of the primary interrogations of this theme. Inspired by the groundbreaking exhibition Declaring Space: Mark Rothko, Barnett Newman, Lucio Fontana, Yves Klein, at Fort Worth museum in 2007, the exhibition focuses on how sculptures can define and appropriate space. Conceived as an homage to a very intense moment in the metaphysics of abstraction, the show conceptualised spatial themes in postwar abstract art, in which “the boundaries of traditional pictorial space were crossed and a new realm of abstract theater was engaged.”

That is why, Ars Belga will present from 24th April to 21st June 2019 a bold exploration of this theme. Farther than the obvious tangible aspect of sculptures, the artists on view explored different perspectives in order to appropriate the sculptural space further than the three-dimensional traditional aspect of their artworks.

Each artwork will question their environment through a different approach to the intangibility of space. The visitor will be led to a confrontation with the invisible, through sound to weight, with the contrast of material used by artists and light, whether it is absorbed or reflected. Bringing together historical and contemporary artists from different generations and horizons, the show confronts the different perspectives to highlight.

Carl Andre, Ivan Argote, Antoinette d’Asembourg, Stephan Balleux, Robert Barry, Georg Baselitz, Otto Boll, Jacques Charlier, Michel François, Nadia Guerroui, Richard Nonas, Will Kerr, Germaine Kruip, Gabriel Rico, Vittorio Santoro, De Wain Valentine, Rémy Zaugg.



6 - 12 September 2018

Works by Bram Bogart, Jean Corliano, Piero Dorazio, Günther Förg, Peter Halley, Hans Hartung, François Morellet, Olivier Mosset, Chung Sang-Hwa, Takis and Lee Ufan were featured.


8 - 25 November 2018

Works by Apolonia Sokol


Vincent Matthu


Vincent has a depth of international art industry knowledge, experience and an extensive network built up over eighteen years. He is an astute advisor and highly respected consultant who brings a unique and varied understanding of the art market. For almost two decades, Vincent has helped to build a number of private collections, sourcing off-market works of quality and significance, while maintaining absolute privacy and discretion.

Vincent is an expert of Belgian Surrealism, Postwar and Contemporary Korean Art, American and European Conceptual and Minimalist Art.

Clara Jorgensen

Research and Administrative Assistant

Clara works as Research and Administrative Assistant, managing all aspects of the research process and overseeing the firm’s administrative activity.

Clara is an avid art historian, with a particular passion Italian art from the Quattrocento and an acute understanding of the art market. She holds a B.A. in Law from Paris Descartes University and an M.A. in Collection Studies from the University of Warwick.