TEFAF Maastricht 2024 Announces International Exhibitors, Showcase Participants, and The Launch of TEFAF Focus

Nov 28, 2023 Maastricht, Netherlands

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Around 270 globally renowned dealers and gallerists from 22 countries will return in March 2024 for the 37th edition of the world’s premier fair for fine art, antiques, and design

TEFAF Showcase to welcome ten new participants

TEFAF Focus debuts for the 2024 edition, featuring a new curatorial platform for single artists and focused presentations

Maastricht, Netherlands - November 28, 2023: The 2024 edition of TEFAF Maastricht organized by The European Fine Art Foundation returns to the Maastricht Exhibition & Conference Centre (MECC) from March 9 – 14, 2024

(March 7 and 8 by invitation).

Widely regarded as the world’s premier fair for fine art, antiques, and design, TEFAF Maastricht brings together 7,000 years of art from ancient to contemporary, this year showcasing 270 of the finest dealers and galleries from 22 countries. The fair is unequalled in its standards and methods employed to showcase vetted works of supreme historical merit and quality to provide private and institutional collectors and visitors with an unparalleled collecting opportunity.


Since 2008, TEFAF (The European Fine Art Foundation) has been dedicated to supporting young and emerging dealer talent within the international art market through its TEFAF Showcase initiative. In 2024, the Showcase section will host ten participating galleries between 3 and 10 years old whose breadth of expertise mirrors the scope of TEFAF Maastricht.

According to Will Korner, Head of Fairs, “As an organization and arts foundation, TEFAF has always believed in supporting and nurturing young and emerging dealers. With this initiative, participants can present their works at the prestigious TEFAF Maastricht, helping to launch and support their journey in the art fair world. We hope that the participants of this year's Showcase will be inspired by the success of leading international dealers who started their journey with TEFAF Showcase and that this will be the first of many future fairs for them.”

For TEFAF Maastricht 2024, we are pleased to welcome the new Showcase participants: Tommaso Calabro (Italy); Cavagnis Lacerenza Fine Art (Italy); Thomas Deprez Fine Arts (Belgium); Dürst Britt & Mayhew (Netherlands); Flavio Gianassi - FG Fine Art (United Kingdom); Galerie Louis & Sack (France); Olszewski | Ciacek (Poland); Pelgrims de Bigard (Belgium); Reve Art (Italy) and Edouard Simoens Gallery (Belgium).


TEFAF is thrilled to announce the launch of "TEFAF Focus" in its 2024 edition. This new section provides galleries with a unique curatorial platform to delve more deeply into the work of a single artist or concept.

TEFAF Focus was established to coalesce pioneering artists of different mediums and periods under one banner, from Old Masters to Impressionists, to design and contemporary art, thus aligning with TEFAF's overarching collecting philosophy. According to Will Korner, “TEFAF Focus is intended to expand the definition of an art fair, where thought-provoking connections between diverse art forms are brilliantly displayed and appreciated. The selection of galleries and artists for this inaugural section are considered pioneers in their field, which we expect to add an enhanced and gratifying dimension to the TEFAF experience.

We are pleased to welcome the 2024 TEFAF Focus participants: Sean Kelly (United States); Charles Ede (United Kingdom); Ceysson & Bénétière (France); Mayoral (Spain); Galerie Mitterrand (France); Bowman Sculpture (United Kingdom); Ketabi Bourdet (France); Altomani & Sons (Italy); Galerie Pascal Lansberg (France) and Galerie Pauline Pavec (France).”

"We are thrilled to be preparing for the much-awaited 37th edition of TEFAF Maastricht. TEFAF sets itself apart as a non-profit organization that champions the expertise, quality, and diversity of art in all its varied forms. The fair offers unique and rich opportunities for discovery, giving visitors of all generations the rare opportunity to engage with works of art from the world’s top experts."

- Hidde van Seggelen, TEFAF Executive Committee President.

TEFAF Maastricht 2024 exhibitor list

BOLD denotes galleries new to TEFAF Maastricht this year.

Gallery 19C (United States)

A. Aardewerk (Netherlands)

Didier Aaron (France)

Agnews (United Kingdom)

Agnews Works on Paper (Belgium)

Aicon, New York (United States)

Adrian Alan (United Kingdom)

A La Vieille Russie (United States)

Kunstgalerij Albricht (Netherlands)

A Lighthouse called Kanata (Japan)

Altomani & Sons (Italy)

Åmells (Sweden)

Antonacci Lapiccirella Fine Art (Italy)

Applicat-Prazan (France)

Ariadne (United States)

Aronson Antiquairs (Netherlands)

Serge Schoffel - Art Premier (Belgium)

Bacarelli (Italy)

Emanuel von Baeyer (United Kingdom)

Bailly Gallery (Switzerland)

Véronique Bamps (Monaco)

Galerie Jacques Barrère (France)

Beck & Eggeling International Fine Art (Germany)

Charles Beddington (United Kingdom)

Michele Beiny (United States)

bel etage, Wolfgang Bauer, Vienna (Austria)

Benappi Fine Art (United Kingdom)

Berardi Galleria d'Arte (Italy)

Joost van den Bergh (United Kingdom)

Bhagat (India)

Kunsthandel A.H. Bies (Netherlands)

Bijl-Van Urk Masterpaintings (Netherlands)

Christopher Bishop Fine Art (United States)

Blumka (United States)

Kunsthandel P. de Boer B.V. (Netherlands)

Boghossian (Switzerland)

Julius Böhler Kunsthandlung (Germany)

BorzoGallery (Netherlands)

Bottegantica (Italy)

Botticelli Antichità (Italy)

Galerie Boulakia (United Kingdom)

Galerie Nicolas Bourriaud (France)

Bowman Sculpture (United Kingdom)

Brame & Lorenceau (France)

Brimo de Laroussilhe (France)

Brun Fine Art (United Kingdom)

Burzio (United Kingdom)

Cahn (Switzerland)

Galerie Canesso (France)

Cardi Gallery (Italy)

Caretto & Occhinegro (Italy)

Caylus (Spain)

Enrico Ceci Cornici Antiche (Italy)

Galerie Chastel-Maréchal (France)

Galerie Chenel (France)

Stéphane Clavreuil Rare Books (United Kingdom)

Galerie Eric Coatalem (France)

Colnaghi (United Kingdom)

Colnaghi Elliott Master Drawings (United Kingdom)

Connaught Brown (United Kingdom)

Galleria Continua (Italy)

Thomas Coulborn & Sons (United Kingdom)

Gisèle Croës (Belgium)

Daniel Crouch Rare Books (United Kingdom)

Galerie Cybele (France)

Die Galerie (Germany)

Day and Faber (United Kingdom)

Galerie Delalande (France)

Demisch Danant (United States)

Galerie Michel Descours (France)

Alessandra Di Castro (Italy)

Dickinson (United Kingdom)

Didier (United Kingdom)

Geoffrey Diner Gallery (United States)

Charles Ede (United Kingdom)

Xavier Eeckhout (France)

Jaime Eguiguren Art & Antiques (Uruguay)

Deborah Elvira (Spain)

Endlich Antiquairs (Netherlands)

Les Enluminures (France)

Epoque Fine Jewels (Belgium)

Yann Ferrandin (France)

Peter Finer (United Kingdom)

Flore (Belgium)

Sam Fogg (United Kingdom)

Fondantico di Tiziana Sassoli (Italy)

FORMS (Hong Kong SAR China)

Friedman Benda (United States)

Gana Art (South Korea)

Giacometti Old Master Paintings (Italy)

Thomas Gibson Fine Art (United Kingdom)

David Gill Gallery (United Kingdom)

Pierre Marie Giraud (Belgium)

Michael Goedhuis (United Kingdom)

Oscar Graf (France)

Richard Green (United Kingdom)

Galerie Karsten Greve (Switzerland)

Bernard de Grunne (Belgium)

Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books (Switzerland)

Haboldt & Co. (Netherlands)

Nicholas Hall (United States)

Peter Harrington (United Kingdom)

Patrick Heide Contemporary Art (United Kingdom)

Jean-François Heim (Switzerland)

Galerie Marc Heiremans (Belgium)

Hemmerle (Germany)

Galerie Henze & Ketterer (Switzerland)

Anna Hu Haute Joaillerie (United States)

Ben Hunter (United Kingdom)

Pascal Izarn (France)

Otto Jakob (Germany)|

Ben Janssens Oriental Art (United Kingdom)

Jaski Gallery (Netherlands)

De Jonckheere (Switzerland)

Galleri K (Norway)

Kallos Gallery (United Kingdom)

Daniel Katz Gallery (United Kingdom)

Sean Kelly (United States)

Kent Antiques (United Kingdom)

Galerie Kevorkian (France)

Tina Kim Gallery (United States)

Koetser Gallery (Switzerland)

Kollenburg Antiquairs (Netherlands)

Koopman Rare Art (United Kingdom)

Galerie Kugel (France)

Tim Van Laere Gallery (Belgium)

Frides Laméris Glass & Antiques (Netherlands)

DYS44 Lampronti Gallery London (United Kingdom)

Landau Fine Art (Canada)

Elfriede Langeloh (Germany)

Kunstkammer Georg Laue (Germany)

Galerie Léage (France)

Galerie Lefebvre (United States)

David Lévy & Associés (Belgium)

Salomon Lilian (Switzerland)

Stuart Lochhead Sculpture (United Kingdom)

Lowell Libson & Jonny Yarker (United Kingdom)

Ludorff (Germany)

Lullo Pampoulides (United Kingdom)

Mennour (France)

The Maas Gallery (United Kingdom)

MacConnal-Mason Gallery (United Kingdom)

Galleria d'Arte Maggiore (Italy)

Galerie Marcilhac (France)

Galerie Marcelpoil (France)

Helga Matzke (Germany)

The Mayor Gallery (United Kingdom)

Mayoral (Spain)

Fergus McCaffrey (United States)

Kunsthandel Mehringer (Germany)

Van der Meij Fine Arts (Netherlands)

Galerie Mendes (France)

Mentink & Roest (Netherlands)

Galerie Mermoz (France)

Patrick & Ondine Mestdagh (Belgium)

Galerie Le Minotaure (France)

ML Fine Art (Italy)

A Mohtashemi (United Kingdom)

Morentz (Netherlands)

Sydney L Moss (United Kingdom)

Kunsthandel Peter Mühlbauer (Germany)

Sarah Myerscough Gallery (United Kingdom)

Galerie Neuse (Germany)

Nies Oriental Art (Belgium)

Maurizio Nobile Fine Art (Italy)

Galerie Nathalie Obadia (France)

Stephen Ongpin Fine Art (United Kingdom)

Osborne Samuel (United Kingdom)

The Page Gallery (South Korea)

Walter Padovani (Italy)

La Pendulerie (France)

Galerie Perrin (France)

S J Phillips (United Kingdom)

Piva&C (Italy)

Plektron Fine Arts (Switzerland)

Polak Works of Art (Netherlands)

Porcini (Italy)

Prahlad Bubbar (United Kingdom)

Galerie de la Présidence (France)

Benjamin Proust (France)

Christophe de Quénetain (France)

Artur Ramon Art (Spain)

Lucas Ratton (France)

M.S. Rau (United States)

Galerie Retelet (Monaco)

Robilant+Voena (United Kingdom)

Carlton Rochell Asian Art (United States)

Röbbig München (Germany)

Rosenberg & Co. (United States)

Rudigier Fine Art (United Kingdom)

Kunsthandlung Helmut H. Rumbler (Germany)

Runjeet Singh (United Kingdom)

Skarstedt (United States)

Matteo Salamon (Italy)

Thomas Salis (Austria)

São Roque (Portugal)

Galerie G. Sarti (France)

Adrian Sassoon (United Kingdom)

Schönewald Fine Arts (Germany)

Hidde van Seggelen (Germany)

Senger Bamberg Kunsthandel (Germany)

Shapero Rare Books (United Kingdom)

Shibunkaku (Japan)

Galerie Sismann (France)

Rob Smeets Gallery (Switzerland)

Somlo London (United Kingdom)

Librairie Camille Sourget (France)

Stair Sainty Gallery (United Kingdom)

Steinitz (France)

Marjan Sterk Fine Art Jewellery (Netherlands)

Salomon Stodel Antiquités (Netherlands)

M.F. Toninelli (Monaco)

Tafeta (United Kingdom)

Galerie Tanakaya (France)

Simon Teakle Fine Jewelry & Objects (United States)

Nicolaas Teeuwisse OHG (Germany)

Templon (France)

Tenzing Asian Art (United States)

Galerie Terrades (France)

Galerie Thomas (Germany)

Tomasso (United Kingdom)

Tornabuoni Art (Italy)

Tóth Ikonen (Netherlands)

Galerie Patrice Trigano (France)

Trinity Fine Art (United Kingdom)

David Tunick (United States)

Univers du Bronze (France)

Utermann (Germany)

Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois (France)

Rafael Valls (United Kingdom)

Van Cleef & Arpels (France)

Vanderven Oriental Art (Netherlands)

Van de Weghe (United States)

Galerie von Vertes (Switzerland)

Axel Vervoordt (Belgium)

Galleria Carlo Virgilio & C. (Italy)

VKD Jewels (Netherlands)

Galerie Florence de Voldère (France)

Rupert Wace Ancient Art (United Kingdom)

Waddington Custot (United Kingdom)

Wartski (United Kingdom)

The Weiss Gallery (United Kingdom)

Jorge Welsh Works of Art (United Kingdom)

William Weston Gallery (United Kingdom

Galerie Maria Wettergren (France)

White Cube (United Kingdom)

W&K-Wienerroither & Kohlbacher (Austria)

Wildenstein & Co. (United States)

Adam Williams Fine Art (United States)

Willoughby Gerrish (United Kingdom)

De Wit Fine Tapestries (Belgium)

Yares Art (United States)

Zebregs&Röell Fine Art and Antiques (Netherlands)

Alon Zakaim Fine Art (United Kingdom)

Galerie Zlotowski (France)

TEFAF Showcase 2024 exhibitor list

Tommaso Calabro (Italy)

Cavagnis Lacerenza Fine Art (Italy)

Thomas Deprez Fine Arts (Belgium)

Dürst Britt & Mayhew (Netherlands)

Flavio Gianassi - FG Fine Art (United Kingdom)

Galerie Louis & Sack (France)

Olszewski | Ciacek (Poland)

Pelgrims de Bigard (Belgium)

Reve Art (Italy)

Edouard Simoens Gallery (Belgium)

TEFAF Focus 2024 exhibitor list

Sean Kelly (United States)

Charles Ede (United Kingdom)

Ceysson & Bénétière (France)

Mayoral (Spain)

Galerie Mitterrand (France)

Bowman Sculpture (United Kingdom)

Ketabi Bourdet (France)

Altomani & Sons (Italy)

Galerie Pascal Lansberg (France)

Galerie Pauline Pavec (France)


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