What will the next TEFAF art fair in Maastricht look like?

With ten debut participations and a brand new curated section TEFAF roughly announced that 270 exhibitors are coming at the Maastricht Exhibition & Conference Center (MECC) in Maastricht, from March 9th to 14th, 2024, for the 37th edition of the most prestigious art, antiques and design fair in the world. TEFAF is divided into two events in New York and Maastricht and is organized by the European Fine Art Foundation. It is widely recognized worldwide as the most anticipated event for antiques, old masters and modern art, able to offer the best collectibles on a journey through thousands of years of art and creativity history. And to renew oneself, with new proposals and participations that are also open to the present.

A new section for TEFAF 2024

The 2024 TEFAF edition, which opens as a preview on March 7th and 8th, 2024, includes around 270 international galleries and art dealers from 22 countries worldwide and updates their offerings with the new section focus. Like the curated areas of other fairs, most notably Art Basel’s Kabinett, which gives galleries the opportunity to allocate their own area of ‚Äč‚Äčtheir stand to specially designed exhibitions or insights into specific historical-artistic eras, TEFAF Focus will propose a curatorial space aimed at exploring the work of a single artist or subject. From Old Masters to Impressionist art, from design to contemporary art, ten galleries will shape the new department, including Sean Kelly from New York, the Spaniard mayor and Italian Altomani & Sonsbased in Milan and Pesaro.

The year 2024 makes its debut in the TEFAF Showcase section

Since 2008, TEFAF has been committed to promoting not only the most valuable ancient and modern trajectories young aspiring talents in the field of art with the TEFAF showcase section. In March 2024 the patrol will therefore include Ten new galleries, characterized by a period of activity between three and ten years and able to reflect the high quality standards of TEFAF. The newly included Italian contributions include Tommaso Calabro Gallery and Cavagnis Lacerenza from Milan and Reve Art from Bologna.

Francesca Diotalevi

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