Covering more than 7,000 years of fine art, antiques, and design, the latest edition of this premier art fair promises an unparalleled experience for collectors with a gathering of around 270 of the world’s top dealers, galleries, and specialists. Here are some highlights.
TEFAF Loan Exhibition 2018
This exhibition of newly restored 17th-century Dutch group portraits—on loan from the Amsterdam Museum—features Bartholomeus van der Helst’s 1653 painting “The Officers of the Longbowmen’s Guild.”
Galerie de la Présidence
At the TEFAF “Paper” section, the Parisian gallery offers a spread of 20th-century paintings and works on paper by French masters, including Paul Signac and Eugène Boudin, for its debut presentation at the fair.
Leon Tovar Gallery
The New York–based gallery’s first appearance at TEFAF Modern sees it present a selection of Latin American art, particularly geometric, abstract, constructivist, kinetic, and op art by artists such as Julio Le Parc and Mira Schendel.
Galerie Jousse Entreprise
A new addition to the Design segment, the French furniture specialist showcases pieces from the 1970s and ’80s, with a special emphasis on the works of Le Corbusier.
Photo: Loraine Bodewes