The 25th edition of ST-ART, the Contemporary Art Fair in Strasbourg

ST-ART, the Strasbourg Contemporary Art Fair, the First French Art Fair in the Region, celebrates its 25th edition in 2020.

Each year 90 exhibitors, offer to the public of collectors, institutions, professionals and amateurs, a complete panorama of contemporary artistic creation in plastic art and recently design..

Each edition offers visitors a different and renewed program with a major exhibition and a conference cycle to address issues related to art, collecting, conservation and other issues all led by professionals.

Associated with Strasbourg’s major cultural institutions, ST-ART offers a selection of exhibitions throughout the city as part of its Outside the Walls program.

ST-ART and its circle of companies, in association with the region’s major corporate sponsors, organizes numerous privileged visits for a high quality public, in contact with its exhibitors.

 The 25th edition of ST-ART will be held from November 27 to 29, 2020, Opening on November 26


Becoming an exhibitor 


Flashback to the 2019 edition


Flashback to the 2018 edition

Relive ST-ART through the past editions

    Review of previous fairs


    Set up in Provence in 2014, the Venet Foundation provides a lasting home for the works of Bernar Venet, one of the contemporary French artists most widely known on the international stage. His foundation brings together his own collection and the works of his artist friends.


    A very special guest of honour that bestowed particular prestige on the 21st fair, the Maeght Foundation presented an astonishing collection of museum works from Giacometti to Sam Francis, from Miro to Jorg Immendorf and from Calder to Simon Hantai.

    2015, THE MEP

    The collection from the Maison Européenne de la Photographie is representative of international photographic endeavour from the 1950s to the present day. Currently comprising approximately 20,000 works, it includes the full extent of artistic method.



Only a stone’s throw from the seat of the European Parliament, the contemporary art fair finds expression in a region rich in culture comprising the HEAR (Haute École des Arts du Rhin), the FRAC (located in Sélestat) and the Apollonia European Art Centre, which shine forth from the heart of Europe.

ST-ART invites the general public to explore new artistic fields and make fresh discoveries.

The art critic, invited each year, sets the tone of the fair by making a selection of artists in a professional and didactic manner.


Taking part in ST-ART means forging ties with cultural protagonists in the Strasbourg region.

Visiting ST-ART means an opportunity for Strasbourg’s cultural bodies to discover new artists and expand their collections.