Optimism at Tefaf Art Fair in Europe

 
 ...until 22 March at the world's largest art fair, held in the Dutch town of Maastricht,
Tefaf art fair near the Netherlands' border with Belgium. http://www.tefaf.com/
The 22nd European Fine Art Fair will host art and antique dealers, mostly from Paris, London and New York, exhibiting their finest works to an expected 70,000 visitors.

Paintings, furniture, jewelry, sculpture, books and china will all be shown in a 30,000-square-meter area, the size of six football fields.

 

New York dealer Christophe Van de Weghe had a thrilling start to his Maastricht debut after London jewelry magnate Laurence Graff, who also had a booth here, bought Jean-Michel Basquiat's Untitled (The Black Athlete) from 1982 for $4.5 million. [from artinfo]

Tefaf is one of the most influential of art and antiques fairs and this attracts collectors and museum curators from around the globe.  
You still have time to go...
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