Discover the extensive event programme for 2023

From 26 to 30 January 2023

Discover the extensive event programme for 2023

From 26 to 30 January 2023

Thursday 26 January

19:00 – 22:00


Enjoy an exclusive sneak peek of the event

You’d like to visit the event and discover all the beautiful antiques, pieces of art and collectables before anyone else? Luxexpo’s Board of Directors and the Antiques and Art Fair exhibitors invite their loyal customers to an exclusive preview of the exhibition.

This event is by invitation only!

Friday 27 January

12:30 – 13:30


About the speaker :
Patricia De Zwaef
Art Historian
Certified expert for the 19th and 20th centuries

Description: How can you tell the difference between a bronze replicate and an original? Is the lithograph you are considering to buy signed by the artist himself? Does this have an impact on the selling price? How do you read the back of a painting?

These are some of the topics that will be discussed during the lecture with Art Historian Patricia De Zwaef. She will provide advice on techniques, stamps, signatures, labels, notions of prints, editions and reproduction.

A special focus will be placed on the importance of good provenance determination in authenticating and evaluating a piece of art.

This lecture will leave the audience informed and reassured of what to look out for when buying art and what questions to ask the dealer (whether in a gallery, a public sale or a fair).

Please note that the presentation will be held in French.

Saturday 28 January

15:00 – 16:00


About the speaker :
Aurore Morisse
Art dealer & buyer on the programme Affaire Conclue

Description : The Internet, great enemy of dealers and best friend of our customers, has opened a window on the art world.

Television, for its part, has not lost any of its splendour since today we play at the right price. The customer is at the source of the information and (re)discovers the treasures that the last generation has dusted off.

But at what price? Market value, sentimental value? What if television was a speculative player in market trends?

Sunday 29 January

11:00 – 15:00


Coffee, eggs, croissants and…..ANTIQUES!

Have a struggle choosing what to do at the weekend? Well, we have an out-of-the-ordinary outing for you. Head over to LUXEXPO THE BOX for a delicious brunch in an antique setting that will transport you back in time. Besides indulging in a delicious Sunday brunch, you’ll also get the opportunity to enjoy a relaxed stroll through our beautiful Antiques & Art Fair and find the best bargains!

Sounds like the perfect outing? Then book your spot today!

Sunday 29 January

15:00 – 16:00


About the speaker :
Laure Dorchy
Art Historian
Independent expert specialising in the history of jewellery and goldsmithing.
Professor & lecturer on the history of jewellery and silverware.

Description : In 1933, Louis Cartier entrusted Jeanne Toussaint with the artistic direction of his Parisian Haute Joaillerie house.

How did the panther, as she was nicknamed, a young Belgian woman of modest origin, freshly arrived in Paris during the Belle Epoque, become the creator of many mythical jewels and the artistic director of the famous Cartier house?

Her nickname comes from her fierce and inflexible character. But also because of this jewel – one of her most famous creations – launched in the 1950s and featuring a panther.

Against a historical background, Laure Dorchy will review the incredible destiny of Jeanne Toussaint, the “Cartier panther”, who enabled the House of Cartier to weather the economic, political and societal crises by adapting the jewel to financial constraints, making it more contemporary and appropriate to the transformation of the female condition.

Evolving in an almost exclusively masculine fashion, she will not only find her place but will justify it by her sensitivity as a woman who responds to the need to create luxury products intended for women, whereas before her arrival, strangely enough, only men designed Cartier jewellery.

Please note that the talk will be held in French!

Monday 30 January

11:00 – 19:00


Bring your plus one, a friend or colleague to the event for free

Monday is the 1+1 day. Every entry you buy entitles you to one free entry. This is an ideal day to stroll through the aisles and take advantage of a less busy day to chat with the exhibitors.