TEFAF New York Fall Returns With New Exhibitors

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  • October 19, 2017

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Tomasso exhibits a set of four English alabaster swans, Nicholas Stone (Attributed to) (1586-Exeter-1647).
Thomas Colville Fine Art will show Winslow Homer's In The Garden.

Following the success of the inaugural TEFAF New York Fall in October 2016, TEFAF has added 10 new exhibitors to its roster. Focusing on fine and decorative arts and jewelry from antiquity through the early 20th century, TEFAF New York Fall will return to the historic Park Avenue Armory in New York City this year from October 28-November 1.

Last October, TEFAF New York Fall introduced North American audiences to an immersive fair experience at the Armory, through richly curated exhibitor presentations, dynamic programming and unique institutional collaborations. Each of these elements served to enhance the collector experience and brought together a global community of collectors, interior designers, museum curators and connoisseurs. TEFAF New York is recognized for going beyond the boundaries of a traditional art fair at the Park Avenue Armory. 


The Armory will once again be transformed by Dutch designer Tom Postma, whose reimagination of the landmark Armory stunned fairgoers when it was unveiled last Autumn. Postma’s sleek and ethereal designs for TEFAF New York Fall provide a stunning backdrop for the extraordinary objects presented by each participating dealer.

At TEFAF New York, buyers can purchase strictly vetted works across a wide variety of collecting areas -- furniture, decorative arts, ceramics, glass, silver, textiles, tapestries, antiquities, jewelry, paintings, sculptures, books, manuscripts, arms and armour, and Asian art. The Fair offers something of interest and quality across a wide range of collecting fields.

Lillian Nassau LLC presents this 18-Light Lily Table Lamp by Tiffany Studios.

“We are delighted to return to the Park Avenue Armory to build on the successful debuts of TEFAF New York Fall (October 2016) and TEFAF New York Spring (May 2017),” said Patrick van Maris, CEO of TEFAF. He continues, “We have been overwhelmed by the response TEFAF New York has received so far. Many collectors and museum representatives have called it a “gamechanger” and a welcome addition to the international art calendar. The United States is the largest art market in the world, and we are looking forward to cementing our presence in New York while continuing to showcase the very best the art world has to offer.”

“TEFAF is taking the lead to bring a fresh perspective to the world of historical art, and we are continuously refining TEFAF New York’s collector experience,” says Michael Plummer, Managing Director of TEFAF New York. “The recently unveiled Fall exhibitor list reflects exciting new additions and collecting areas which add greatly to the dynamic mix of the Fair. New programming highlights and other events are in the works for Fall 2017.”

New Exhibitors for TEFAF New York Fall 2017 are:
Caylus Gallery (Spain) – based in Madrid and specializes in Spanish and Italian Old Masters, focusing on Spanish paintings from the Gothic to the Romantic period.
Daxer & Marschall Kunsthandel (Germany)– specialists in European paintings, oil sketches, drawings and sculptures from the 16th to the 20th century.
Galerie Canesso (France) – presenting works by Italian artists and artists who painted in Italy.
Galerie Delalande Paris (France) – specializing in antique objects and artifacts, Galerie Delalande showed at TEFAF Maastricht 2017.
Galerie J. Kugel (France) – has exhibited at TEFAF Maastricht since 1991 and specializes in objets d'art, silver, furniture, sculpture, scientific instruments, and paintings.
Maria Kiang Chinese Art (Hong Kong) – focuses on ancient Chinese objects and showing in the United States for the first time since 2010.
Mullany (UK) – first exhibited at TEFAF Maastricht in 2017 with a concentration on Haute Epoque fine art with an emphasis on Continental sculpture, works of art, furniture and complementary old master paintings dating from 1200–1700.
Talabardon & Gautier (France) – Paris based gallery with a focus on Old Masters paintings.
Thomas Colville Fine Art (United States) – experts in American and European nineteenth century art.
Thomas Salis (Austria) – specialists on 20th century European art, focusing on works of French and German classical modern art.
The beneficiaries of the Opening Night Reception on October 27 will be The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and the cultural programs produced by the Park Avenue Armory.

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