TEFAF in Maastricht, Netherlands is Europe’s big antiques fair. It comes to New York City in the spring and fall.
- TEFAF New York Spring focuses on modern and contemporary art and design.
- TEFAF New York Fall focuses on decorative art from antiquity to 1920.
TEFAF is one of the events on the social calendar of New York City’s elite. There are great antiques. The people-watching is fantastic. It brings together dealers, collectors and the curious.
Do go upstairs to see the curated exhibitions which include Colnaghi’s old master paintings, Anne Sophie Duval’s modern design, and Mayoral’s European paintings, drawings and sculptures.
4th TEFAF New York Fall 2019
TEFAF New York Fall is at the Park Avenue Armory in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, Friday-Tuesday on November 1-5, 2019. From $25
Ninety exhibitors are showing this year.
This year’s fair includes a large photography exhibition “Artfully Dressed: Women in the Art World” by Amsterdam-based photographer Carla van de Puttelaar. Van de Puttelaar photographs these powerful women in the context of Old Master portrait painters.
The exhibition includes a portrait of Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, the Venezuelan art collector who is one of the most important people in the art world right now because of her major donation to MoMA.
There is an invitation-only opening night reception to benefit Memorial Sloane Kettering on Thursday, October 31, 2019 from 5-8pm.
Latin Gallery Highlights
- Anne-Sophie Duval of Paris, France shows Art Deco furniture in Stand 203
- Bacarelli & Botticelli of Florence, Italy shows European masters of modern art in Stand 373
- Bottegantica of Milan, Italy shows 19th and 20th century master paintings in Stand 367
- Brun Fine Art of Milan, Italy shows Italian furnishings in Stand 377
- Galerie Alain Marcelpoil of Paris, France shows Art Deco design in Stand 207
- Galerie de la Béraudière shows surrealist work in Stand 104
- Galerie Zlotowski of France shows impressionist and modern paintings and sculpture in Stand 318
- Landau Fine Art of Montréal, Canada shows modern masters in Stand 337
- Mayoral of Barcelona, Spain shows Catalan post-war and contemporary masters in Stand 202
- Nicolás Cortés of Madrid, Spain shows Hispanic art in Stand 303
Returning Latin Galleries
- Alessandra Di Castro of Italy
- Eguiguren of Antigua and Barbuda shows Latin American art
- Galerie Alain Marcelpoil of France
- Galerie Bernard Dulon of France
- Galerie Chenel of France
- Galerie Cybele of France
- Galerie Eric Coatalem of France
- Galerie Kevorkian of France
- Galleria Carlo Virgilio & Co of Italy
- J. Kugel of France
- Reza of France
- Talabardon & Gautier of France
- Véronique Bamps of Monaco
For more information, visit tefaf.com