Tefaf New York

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Tefaf New York's energetic opening brings cautious optimism to the trade

The fair's blend of historical and contemporary works drew many admirers and solid sales, though lower price points were conspicuous

Changes big and small settle Tefaf into its New York niche

Eight years after the fair’s launch, dealers are clear on its role in a packed spring diary for art in the city

The Tefaf New York wish list: objects to suit every collector’s taste

Prehistoric pottery, a ceremonial dance mask and a blue-chip rocking chair are among this year’s gems

Art history and pop culture collide at Tefaf New York

Antiquities and Modern art co-exist with Kate Moss trapped in fibreglass, Virgil Abloh’s packaging throne and a reality TV alumnus

A homecoming for Abstract Expressionist Shirley Jaffe at Tefaf New York

The native Brooklynite, fêted in Europe, figures prominently on Nathalie Obadia’s stand at the fair

At Tefaf New York, dealers spotlight work by women

Gallerists at the fair say more collectors are invested in greater gender diversity among their holdings and are keen to invest in art by women

Design dealers set the tone at Tefaf New York

Despite the fair’s small stands in comparison to its Dutch sister fair, gallerists are pairing art with functional design

Tefaf brings a blend of eras and materials for its eighth New York edition

The Dutch fair’s smaller North American outpost has an eclectic offering emphasising modern and contemporary art as well as antiquities

Tefaf appoints Bart Drenth as global managing director

The organisation's fourth leader in three years, he will oversee both Maastricht and New York events alongside chairman Hidde van Seggelen

Tefaf, back in New York after years of cancellations, takes visitors outside of time

By focusing on art from across history, visitors are able to see how works from different periods can inform and encourage new dialogues

Art fairspreview

New York Art Week kicks off a busy spring of fairs, auctions and more

The new week-long alignment starts the spring art season with a bang, including the returns of the Independent, Nada New York, Tefaf New York and the Future Art Fair

Medieval Jewish codex to be shown in New York before conservation

The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston will begin conservation efforts later this year with a $27,600 grant from The European Fine Art Foundation

Tefaf permanently scraps autumn fair in New York—but spring edition will return in 2022

Cancelled this year, the Modern and contemporary art event will return to the Park Avenue Armory next May but the October fair for historical art and antiques has been dropped

Tefaf cancels postponed autumn edition in New York

Citing international travel restrictions and the city's strict reopening plan following coronavirus lockdown, the fair's organisers say too many uncertainties remain

Latest art fair to succumb to coronavirus: Tefaf New York Spring postponed to autumn, swallowing up sister fair

Event has now moved to the dates normally occupied by Tefaf New York Fall, which has been scrapped as a result but will return in 2021, organisers say

Spanish police investigate nuns over religious sculpture that surfaced at Tefaf last month

The sculpture is thought to have been illicitly sold from a convent in Granada

A mix of old and new brings fresh collectors to Tefaf New York Fall though sales remain slow

Attempting to capitalise on the crossover collecting trend, the fourth edition of the Dutch fair brings in Modern and contemporary art to complement its historical focus

Watch out Frieze, here comes Tefaf with its mac and cheese

Sales to the Upper East Side set may take their time at the New York fair, but they do happen and exhibitors praise its slick presentation and diverse offering

Done deals: what's selling in New York this week

Follow our tweets tagged #TANsalestally for notable purchases from Frieze New York and the surrounding fairs

Artvest sells its stake in Tefaf New York just days before fair opens

Sale marks the end of legal battle over ownership between the US art investment firm and the non-profit Dutch fair group

Tefaf and Artvest tussle over management of New York fairs

Papers show Tefaf sought New York Supreme Court ruling releasing it from obligation to employ Artvest for bi-annual fairs

Margaret Carrigan. with additional reporting by Anna Brady

Tefaf New York Fall proves a ‘chocolate box’ of a fair, though sales lack Maastricht’s urgency

Key Old Master European works were quick to sell while US-based dealers offer a more 'local flavour'

Art-induced whiplash at TEFAF New York

A dizzying mix of antique oddities and gems attract browsers to the city's third iteration of the fair

Art marketpreview

US fairs help bring new blood to Tefaf Maastricht

The success of Tefaf New York Spring this year marked a sea-change

Tefaf brings management of New York fairs under European control as Artvest agreement ends

Netherlands-based organisation will oversee events as two-year agreement with US firm expires, but Michael Plummer and Jeff Rabin remain as shareholders

Three to see: Tefaf New York Spring

A few things at the fair that caught our eye at the second edition of Manhattan fair

Highlights from Tefaf New York Spring

Second edition of Manhattan fair might lack Frieze's contemporary edge, but it has grown-up appeal


Is Tefaf New York Spring favouring mega-galleries over Maastricht regulars?

Fair’s second edition attracts new high profile exhibitors, but some dealers complain that US expansion has prompted a departure from Dutch fair's historical roots