The gallery has taken over a 3,000 m² building in downtown Brussels, once the world's first roller skating rink built in 1877 and made a historical monument in 1995. This space enables it to offer exhibitions of different formats and expressions, simultaneously or separately, giving full scope to its broad artistic spectrum. The gallery is divided into three exhibition spaces:
The majestic Grande Nef, with it 11-metre high ceiling and over 1,000 m² of floor space, unleashes creativity at 360°. The Verrière, bathed in natural light thanks to its period glass roof, lends a unique clarity to the works on display. Upstairs, the third section offers a variety of configurations thanks to its adjoining spaces.
Galerie Patinoire Royale Bach represents over 20 artists from a wide variety of backgrounds: established artists such as Lita Albuquerque, Alice Anderson, Casper Brindle, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Michel Mouffe, Joana Vasconcelos and Marthe Wery, as well as up-and-coming talents from the local and international scene such as Marion Charlet, Thomas Devaux, João Freitas, Elsa Guillaume and Sahar Saâdaoui, through solo exhibitions and group shows on a variety of themes.
Since its creation, the gallery has consistently demonstrated its commitment to art by participating in numerous contemporary art fairs and exhibitions in France and abroad, and by promoting artists' work to a wide network of collectors and public and private institutions.