Brussels Art Week 2021 is being held in two sections online and in person in Belgium. 140 galleries from different countries are participating in this event, which will present works of art in both online and offline sections.

The live part of the Brussels Art Week was held from 3rd to 6th June and the online part, which started from 1st June, continues until the 14th of this month (24th Khordad).

Galleries in different cities of the world participated in the Brussels Art Week to display the works of artists and in the online section, various galleries of artists' works have been displayed on the Artsy website.

Galleries from Brazil, Canada, Turkey, Switzerland, USA, etc. are present in this event, and Mohsen Gallery from Iran is participating in the online part of this event by showing works by five artists; Amir Hossein Zanjani, Behrang Samadzadegan, Zahra Ghiyasi, Seyed Mohammad Masavat and Samira Hedayi works have been exhibited in Brussels Art.

In addition to these works, a number of other Iranian artists are also present in foreign art galleries in Brussels. In Antwerp, Belgium, the Everyday Gallery, a work of Memeli Shafahi and Pedrami Gallery has displayed works by Roghayeh Najdi and Nasser Bakhshi. New Means Art Gallery in Amsterdam, the Netherlands by Sam Sami'e and the Jan Ond Jan Gallery in Munich, Germany, exhibits works by Navid Noor.

Founded in 1968, Art Brussels is one of the most renowned contemporary art fairs in Europe and a must-see in the international art calendar. Art Brussels represents a unique opportunity to discover the richness of the artistic and cultural scene of the European capital, and attracts a growing number of collectors, gallerists, curators, art professionals and art lovers from around the world. Every year in April, the fair welcomes around 25,000 visitors.

A virtual display of this art week will be available at