will welcome 280 exhibitors and 5 TEFAF Showcase participants to its flagship Fair TEFAF Maastricht in 2020. Following a small optimisation of the floor plan, the organisation is able to accept more dealers overall to participate in the Fair, which has contributed to a more international and diverse exhibitor line up. Of the 280 exhibitors 25 are new, and between all participants, institutional and private collectors will have an unrivalled opportunity to view and buy art from 7,000 years of art history. TEFAF Maastricht 2020 takes place from 7 15 March 2020 (Early Access day on 5 March, Preview Day on 6 March) at the MECC (Maastricht Exhibition and Congress Centre), Maastricht, The Netherlands.
TEFAF Maastricht provides a commercial platform for the international art community, celebrating the expertise and diversity within the art market and creating an essential meeting place for collectors and professionals. Whilst already a must-visit Fair for private and institutional collectors, TEFAF wanted to provide as much space as possible within the Fair for exhibitors. It has achieved this re-purposing the locations of the TEFAF Loan Exhibition (previously in TEFAF Paper) and Restaurant Verdi to create further space for exhibitor stands. In addition, following a major re-calibration in 2019, TEFAF Modern continues to attract a number of the worlds leading dealers in modern and contemporary art, while TEFAF Design and TEFAF Tribal continue to be mixed together following a successful trial last year. Collectively these updates help ensure TEFAF Maastricht remains a must-visit Fair for collectors and connoisseurs from around the world.
The new exhibitors, some of which come from TEFAF Showcase 2019 are spread across all eight sections (TEFAF Ancient Art, TEFAF Antiques, TEFAF Design, TEFAF La Haute Joaillerie, TEFAF Modern, TEFAF Paintings, TEFAF Paper and TEFAF Tribal), and come from 12 different countries.
The new exhibitors for 2020 are:
TEFAF ANCIENT ART
TEFAF SHOWCASE 2019 - ArtAncient (UK) antiquities.
Galerie Jean-Christophe Charbonnier (France) Japanese arms and armour. Bernard Descheemaeker Works of Art (Belgium) - Medieval and renaissance sculpture, works of art, drawings and paintings. Hazlitt (UK) - Old Master Paintings and drawings, including Italian and Dutch schools. British paintings and drawings. Elfriede Langeloh (Germany) - Porcelain and Faience of the 18th Century. Stuart Lochhead Sculpture (UK) European sculpture from the late Medieval period up to early 20th-century. TEFAF SHOWCASE 2019 - Mathieu Néouze (France) paintings, drawings and sculpture from 1880 to 1920.
Carpenters Workshop Gallery (UK) Modern and contemporary design. Galerie Chastel-Maréchal (France) - 20th century decorative arts. Friedman Benda (USA) Contemporary design. Galerie Jacques Lacoste (France) 20th and 21st- century decorative arts. Galerie Lefebvre (France) French Art Deco furniture, painting, sculpture and photography. Galerie Maria Wettergren (France) contemporary Scandinavian design and art by Nordic designers, artists and architects.
TEFAF LA HAUTE JOAILLERIE
BHAGAT (India) Contemporary jewellery.
Galleria Continua (Italy) Modern and contemporary art from 1930 to present day. Lisson Gallery (UK) European paintings, drawings and sculpture from 1870 onwards; American paintings from 1870 onwards; modern and contemporary art. Mignoni (USA) - Modern and contemporary art. Yares Art (USA) Abstract Expressionism and colour field painting.
Gallery 19C (USA) 19th century works of art. Nicolás Cortés (Spain) Spanish and Italian paintings from the 15th- to 19th century. Galeria Terrades (France) Italian, Spanish, and French art from 16th- to early 20th- century. Wildenstein & Co (USA) Works of art from 17th century to present day.
Enrico Ceci Cornici Antiche (Italy) Antique frames from 15th to 20th century. Omer Tiroche Gallery (UK) Modern, post-war and contemporary works of art.
Yann Ferrandin (France) Tribal Arts from Africa, Oceania, South-East Asia and North America