TEFAF Online 2021 Unveils Masterworks Across all Collecting Categories and a Robust Lineup of Programming Tailored to a Global Digital Audience
Sep 1, 2021 Amsterdam, The Netherlands; New York, NY
The European Fine Art Foundation (TEFAF) is pleased to announce extraordinary masterpieces and robust programming highlighting the second edition of TEFAF Online, live to visitors worldwide September 9—13, 2021, with an invite-only Early Access Day on September 8, 2021. The unparalleled variety and quality of the nearly 700 works hailing from more than 260 exhibitors from across the globe is highlighted by sixteen exemplary works offered by the world’s most distinguished dealers representing the breadth and splendor of art, jewelry, and design across all eras of art history. TEFAF Online is accompanied by rich and engaging virtual programming including a new digital feature, TEFAF Collections. With selections curated by some of the most talented names in art and design, TEFAF Collections provide an elevated and immersive experience of discovery and scholarship for our global audience.
A full overview of this press release, including images, can be found here.
To promote creative exploration and storytelling across artworks, eras, and mediums, TEFAF has created new TEFAF Collections in collaboration with some of the most illustrious minds in the worlds of art and design. These pages feature the favorite works of interior designer Pierre Yovanovitch, artist Erwin Wurm, Yale Center for British Art director Courtney J. Martin, designer Faye Toogood, curator Amin Jaffer, and Hispanic Society of America director Guillaume Kientz.
TEFAF STORIES & VIRTUAL PROGRAMMING
TEFAF Stories is a hub for articles, videos, and rich content that pulls back the curtain on the world of TEFAF. Editorial features will offer unique perspectives into the worlds of collecting, fine art, antiques, and design via profiles of art dealer and collector Axel Vervoordt, artist Hitomi Hosono, jeweler Otto Jakob, and more.
TEFAF Talks and Meet the Experts will continue from past fairs, showcasing live panels in partnership with the Financial Times and Apollo, and intimate conversations with leading dealers. Discussions will range from a debate on the rise of the private museum in the 21st century to a conversation on pioneering women collectors, whose visionary leadership is the foundation of some of the world’s most renowned museums.
To explore TEFAF Collections and TEFAF Virtual Programming in depth, visit www.tefaf.com/fairs/tefaf-online-21.
NOTE TO EDITORS
TEFAF, established in 1988, Maastricht, The Netherlands, stands for The European Fine Art Foundation. It is a not-for-profit organization that champions expertise, scholarship, and variety in the global art community and is highly respected for its meticulous vetting standards. TEFAF fairs take place in Maastricht and New York. Proven by the exhibitors selected for its fairs, TEFAF acts as an expert guide for both private and institutional collectors, and inspires lovers and buyers of art worldwide. TEFAF is governed by a Board of Trustees (BoT), consisting of 21 members from the art and antiques community, the majority of whom are TEFAF exhibitors, and guided by an Executive Committee (EC), composed of seven members appointed by the BoT.
Register for free at www.tefaf.com. Members of the press may apply for admittance to the Press Preview, September 8, 2021, via [email protected].
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