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The world's leading art fair - Highlights of TEFAF Maastricht 2017

Posted on March 22, 2017 | 0 comments

Welcome to the art world's Olympus: TEFAF - The worlds leading Fair for Art, Antiques and Design

With its 30th edition, The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF), provides one of the most important platforms to international art dealers to present their museum-choice works of 7,000 Years of human art-making to worlds broadest base of collectors and connoisseurs.

Works on Paper at Patrick Heide Gallery

 For similar sculptures made out of bronze see our Artist Philip Hearsey:

https://www.follyandmuse.com/collections/philip-hearsey

From March 9th-19th TEFAF welcomed 275 internationally renowned exhibitors and attracted more then 100,000 visitors to the the MECC (Maastricht Exhibition and Congress Centre), Maastricht, The Netherlands.

Alongside the artworld elite, TEFAF attracts all things Luxury. We enjoyed the courtesy cars taking us to the fair every day sponsored by Maserati and BMW.

With it unrivalled vetting commitees, which scrutinizes every single item which is brought up to display, TEFAF ascertains highest demands in quality, authenticity and condition of the works. Through the careful selection of its exhibitors, TEFAF enables visitors to make unexpected connections across disciplines creating a marketplace for the highest level of collecting.

Roy Lichtenstein

 

Not inevitable to mention, that all protagonists on various areas of the art world are convening in Maastricht for the opening weekend of TEFAF Art Fair. As a matter of course, we, Folly & Muse, did not miss out on this occasion.

The famous TEFAF Entrance Hall Flower Installation of thousands of floating flowers suspended by invisible strings.

Like a painting itself the installations of flowers continue throughout the fair.

Damien Hirst - Beautiful Blood Orchids in Electric Storm Painting at Alon Zakaim Fine Art

Peter Anton

Title: Razzle Dazzle Assortment - Or in our words - a wall sculpture full of candy!

One of our all time favorite's at these art fair must be Anish Kapoor with his Mirror pieces - this one titled 'Random Triangle Mirror' at Kukje Gallery breaks light and reflections into a million facets.

 

These were some of our highlights. We hope you enjoyed them.

Martin Assig and Francis Bacon at Emmanuel von Baeyer

 

 For any art consulting advice email us at info@follyandmuse.com

We love to source artworks like these or others for you.

We also look forward to art fair craziness again next year. So save the dates.

TEFAF 2018 is going to be held again next year from 09.-18. March 2018. Be curious.

In the mean time visit our emerging artists at www.follyandmuse.com to invest in up and coming stars of the future

 

 

 

 

 

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