As one of the country’s leading art critics, Sam Steverlynck’s Art Brussels weekend goes from opening to opening, to yet more openings. Here’s what his three-day marathon looked liked.

Steven Baelen at his show at Levy.Delval Gallery

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Tim Wouters from Waldburger Wouters Gallery in front of paintings by Ding Yi

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Architect Julien De Smedt, Sisse Bro from Bro Modern, artist Charlie Koolhaas and architect Nicholas Firket

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Filip Markiewicz, representing Luxemburg at the upcoming Venice Biennale, at his solo booth at Aeroplastics

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Jérome Jacobs from Aeroplastics Gallery

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Artist/ fisherman Emmanuel Régent at Galerie Baraudou – Schriqui

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Artist Renzo Martens

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Sadaharu Horio at Axel Vervoordt’s booth

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Gladstone Gallery’s Maxime de la Brousse next to Kathryn Andrews, Long Island, (2015)

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Honoré d’0, one of the two winners of the best solo booth at Kristof De Clercq Gallery

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Pieter Vermeersch at Greta Meert Gallery’s booth

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Collector Francis De Beir discussing with artist Ermias Kifleyesus in front of one of his works

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Art Brussels’ artistic director Katerina Gregos

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Galerist Harlan Levey in front of a work by Jeroen Jongeleen

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Aquamarina Adonopoulou from Caroll/ Fletcher in front of a work by Constant Dullaart

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The Gainsbourg of art criticism

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Artists Lieven – 120 Minutes – Segers and Guillaume Bijl

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Arist Kurt Ryslavy with Istvan Ist Huzjan and Thibaut Espiau from artist run space Coffre Fort

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Aspiring young writer Sam Steverlynck and Chris Lecler from HEKLA in front of an artificial rock sculpture

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Artist run space HEKLA’s Chris Lecler

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View from the messed up penthouse at Hotel Bloom, performance by the Ducth Collective The Holls

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