TEFAFThe European Fine Art Foundation (aka The European Fine Art Fair; Helvoirt, Netherlands)
TEFAFThe European Fine Art Fairs (Netherlands; arts and antiques fair)
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March, annually The sheer popularity and quality of this fair has led TEFAF (The European Fine Art Fair) to justifiably brand itself "The World's Leading Art and Antiques Fair.
The fair is organized each year in early March by TEFAF, a not-for-profit foundation, whose board has been assiduous in expanding the range, variety, and distinction of the participants.
Successor to TEFAF Basel, which was held since 1995 under the auspices of the European Fine Art Foundation, whose annual fair in Maastricht, the Netherlands, has become world-renowned for its Dutch and Northern European art and antiques, Cultura is under the director of Cultura Management, S.
Details from TEFAF Maastricht, PO Box 1035, 5200 BA's Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands (+31 73 614 51 65).
The advent of TEFAF New York has stimulated numerous acquisitions by north American institutions.
See Eileen Kinsella, 'What Does TEFAF 2016 Art Market Report Tell Us About The Global Art Trade?
He has been featured in the 2011 Venice Biennale, TEFAF Maastricht, and has commissioned portraits for the 2010 FIFA World Cup in his home country.
The global art market grew from around $2obn in 2003 to $63bn in 2013, according to figures in the TEFAF Art Market Report 2014.
Visitors to TEFAF Maastricht in 2012 will be greeted by a spectacular new entrance hall designed specially for the Fair's Silver Jubilee containing a stunning light installation.
At TEFAF New York Fall, it was Martin Clist of antiquities dealers Charles Ede and picture dealer Lowell Libson who seemed pleased.