The 34th edition of Art Brussels opened to VIPs this morning, welcoming eager Belgian and international collectors into its new location in the city’s historic Tour & Taxis. The venue, a former customs warehouse built at the turn of the 20th century, sees 141 galleries from 28 countries spread across a single floor. With the number of exhibitors having been skimmed down by a quarter from 2015, the selection is stronger and more tightly curated than ever—particularly in galleries offering an opportunity to discover new artists, the discovery element being a key part of the fair’s identity. In edition to the Solo and Discovery sectors, offering in-depth presentations and introductions to emerging artists, respectively, this latest edition of the fair also debuts a new sector, Rediscovery, in which 14 galleries showcase overlooked or marginalized historic artist practices. We scoured the aisles to pick out the seven most compelling presentations on view.