Chaussée de Waterloo 690,21
Bruxelles 1180

+32 478 202582

Schönfeld Gallery was founded by art collector Elie Schönfeld in 2015. What started as a modest gallery space in Antwerp has become an established value in the Belgian and international art scene. Schönfeld Gallery consists of four spaces, each venue having its own atmosphere and objective.
Since 2018, Schönfeld A adds colour to the Rivoli Building in Brussels. Known as an architectural landmark of the late seventies and located in the heart of the Bascule area, Rivoli consists of around 15 galleries. The vibrant urban rhythm of Brussels, the proximity of the surrounding galleries and Schönfeld’s penchant for the unconventional and the diverse has turned Schönfeld A in a versatile art space, where work from both young and old, promising and renowned, and national and international artists is exhibited.
Schönfeld B, which is located just across from Schönfeld A offers the Rivoli visitors the chance to have a coffee or glass of fine wine. In the meantime, the art experience is not interrupted. Every month, the bar puts one artist in the spotlight. Original objects and limited editions are for sale.
In the heart of one of the most vibrant areas of Brussels and just a short walk from Scönfeld A, the gallery opened a third space. The entire ground floor of a beautifully renovated mansion in Saint-Gilles is assigned to Schönfeld C. This third space allows for the gallery to exhibit more of its permanent artists, and hence gives its visitors an opportunity to explore their work more extensively. Solo exhibitions, performances and interdisciplinary collaborations are on display.
What used to be Schönfeld’s initial gallery space, is currently a venue which Schönfeld’s permanent artists use as a workspace when preparing for exhibitions. Based in Antwerp, Schönfeld Projects opens connections to the Antwerp Art scene and regularly holds artists talks, performances and happenings linked to the artist in residence.


Tina Berning (Focus)

Albert Pepermans

Eliza Pepermans

Christina Zimpel