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28 Şubat 2016 Pazar


Exhibitor: Michele Beiny
Artist / Title; Alex Bernstein (America, 1972), Mood, Glass, 2005

Bu yıl 29. defa kapılarını açacak olan TEFAF Maastricht Fuarı, dünyanın en önemli sanat fuarlarından bir olma özelliğini koruyor. Fuar 11-20 Mart tarihleri arasında Hollanda’nın Maastricht şehrinde. 

Exhibitor: Arnoldi-Livie
Artist / Title: Max Liebermann (1847-Berlin-1935), Im Tiergarten, Berlin, Pastel, 
55,5 x 75 cm, Signed lower left 'M Liebermann'

TEFAF Maastricht is widely recognised as the world’s leading art fair, annually attracting major collectors, both private and institutional, from around the globe. In order to satisfy an ever-changing and increasingly demanding market, TEFAF constantly monitors and raises its exacting standards and commitment to quality to engender the kind of excitement and anticipation that sets the international art world alight each March. TEFAF 2016 will take place from 11-20 March at the MECC (Maastricht Exhibition and Congress Centre), Maastricht, The Netherlands.


Fra Bartelommeo, Young man leaning on a pedestal,
and five heads, studies for bystanders in the painting
‘Madonna della Misericordia,
circa 1515. Drawing.
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen
(Collection Koenigs).
Helvoirt, 18 February 2016. The exhibition Collecting Collectors will take place in the TEFAF Paper section and will offer visitors a small but choice selection of master drawings and prints from Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen which were acquired over the last 167 years. A particular highlight of the collection are the works by Fra Bartolommeo (1473-1517), numbering 400 sheets with 500 drawings assembled in two luxury albums by Florentine collector Niccolò Gabburri in 1729. One of the albums will be included in the selection at TEFAF Maastricht 2016, as a prelude to the forthcoming large Fra Bartolommeo exhibition in Rotterdam in the autumn of 2016.
The collection of prints and drawings is the largest subset of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen’s collection, containing around 17,000 drawings and 65,000 prints. It provides an overview of western art history from the Middle Ages until the present day. Included in the exhibition are works by old masters such as Albrecht Dürer, Lucas van Leyden and Rembrandt van Rijn to modern and contemporary artists like Paul Cézanne, Salvador Dalí, René Magritte and Yayoi Kusama.
Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen is named after two collectors who both were essential in the establishment of the museum’s international reputation – Frans Boijmans (1767-1847) and D.G. van Beuningen (1877-1955). Boijmans’ bequest founded the museum in 1849 and in 1940 Van Beuningen acquired and then donated the majority of the Franz Koenigs collection of master drawings. Other eminent collectors who contributed greatly to the collections were Dr. Adriaan Domela Nieuwenhuis (1850-1935) and Dr. Johan Bierens de Haan (1867-1951).

Artist / Title: Carl Fabergé (1846-1920), 
Miniature egg pendant and table box, 
Moscow, circa 1900, 
In original silk covered cardboard case 8.7 x 5.2 x 3.8 cm, 
St. Petersburg, circa 1908-1917 

Going into its 29th year, TEFAF continues to build upon its exacting standards, bringing together only the finest specialists across a wide range of disciplines to create both a vibrant marketplace and a vital forum for collectors, museum curators and international dealers.

The 2016 edition of TEFAF will welcome 269 exhibitors, including new exhibitors in TEFAF Haute Joaillerie, TEFAF Paper, TEFAF Modern and TEFAF Antiques. In TEFAF Haute Joaillerie, master jeweller Wallace Chan, Hong Kong, will present his astonishing jewelled sculptures whilst New York-based jewellers, Verdura will present contemporary versions of Suzanne Belperron’s iconic designs. The TEFAF Paper section continues to grow in strength, adding to its roster of dealers Eric Gillis Fine Art, Brussels, Patrick Heide, London, and Mireille Mosler Ltd, New York.

TEFAF Modern will incorporate Buchmann Galerie, Berlin, who last year participated in Night Fishing, curated by Sydney Picasso; revered London dealers Waddington Custot and Pearl Lam Galleries, Shanghai, Singapore, Hong Kong, whilst TEFAF Antiques welcomes Burzio, London dealers in antiques and works of art; Asian Art specialists Sydney L. Moss, London and Jean-Michel Renard, Bellenaves, experts in rare musical instruments. TEFAF is also delighted to welcome back Van Cleef & Arpels, Paris, and Maison d’Art, Monaco.

Exhibitor: Didier Aaron & Cie
Artist / Title; François-André Vincent (1746-1816), 
Couple walking with a little girl, study for 
'The Agriculture Lesson', Oil on canvas, 
66 x 55 cm, Circa 1797-1798 

TEFAF has long been selected as the platform of choice for dealers to present fresh- to-market and re-discovered works. Beck & Eggeling, Düsseldorf, will offer Dynamik Structure, 1957, one of the earliest works by German artist Heinz Mack (1931-present). This work has been acquired directly from the artist’s estate and will be offered for sale for the first time at TEFAF. Mack is well known for his contributions to op art, light art and kinetic art, and this work was created in the same year that the ZERO Movement, of which Mack was a founder member, was established.

German Expressionism has historically been well represented at TEFAF and the 2016 edition of the fair will see at least two exceptional examples on display. Nächtliche Phantasielandschaft, circa 1930-32, by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938), which has been also been acquired directly from the artist’s estate and will be on display with Galerie Henze & Ketterer, Wichtrach/Bern. The nocturnal subject matter of the painting and the literal translation to ‘Nocturnal imaginary landscape’ gives the viewer an insight into Kirchner’s imagination. In addition, with strong use of night-blue and yellow, the work has a sense of melancholy. Alongside Kirchner, Galerie de la Béraudière, Geneva, will bring La Horde, 1927, by Max Ernst (1891-1976), which has been in a private collection since 1966. Ernst’s iconic style is in abundance in this work and it demonstrates eloquently how central he was to the Dada and Surrealist movements.

TEFAF is known for the annual showcase it provides for works of art from all periods, from earliest antiquity to the present day. One of the earliest objects within the 2016 Fair, is an Egyptian Lug-handled Jar with Flamingoes from the Predynastic Period, Naqada II, circa 3500-3300 B.C. Exhibited by Cahn International, Basel, this conically tapered jar has been crafted from clay and has three pierced lug handles on the shoulder, decorated on both sides with a group of nine stylised flamingoes.

Exhibitor: Daphne Alazraki
Artist / Title; Jean Cassigneul (Paris, 1935), 
Apres-midi d’été, Oil on canvas, 
146 x 97 cm, Signed 'Cassigneul', 2015 

TEFAF Design regularly wins plaudits for the quality of objects for sale as well as the standards of display. Galerie Dansk Møbelkunst, Paris/Copenhagen, will bring a pair of outstanding deck chairs by one of Denmark’s finest makers, Hans Wegner (1914-2007), whose inimitable style has subsequently been reproduced by many makers around the world. Wegner was one of the foremost Danish cabinet and furniture makers, who had considerable influence on the rise in popularity for mid-century Danish design.

Galerie Aveline, Paris, will bring an exceptional set of six carved and giltwood Régence armchairs (1715-1723), which are upholstered with tapestries, most probably from the Beauvais factory, one of the most revered workshops in France. The tapestries depict scenes from the Fables de la Fontaine, which comprised 239 fables of varying lengths and were in the main adapted from the classical fabulists Aesop, Babrius and Phaedrus.

TEFAF Maastricht
TEFAF Maastricht, the world’s leading art fair, is renowned for its commitment to excellence, expertise and elegance. This is reflected not only in the magnificent range of rare works that are offered for sale at the fair, which will be held in the MECC Maastricht from 11-20 March, 2016, but also in the number of art collectors, both private and institutional, that regard TEFAF as a must-see event in the international art market calendar.

Art, more than an Asset
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Exhibitor: Kunstgalerij Albricht b.v.
Artist / Title: L.F.H. Apol (1850-The Hague-1936), A lane with farms in winter, Oil on canvas, 79.5 x 63.5 cm, Signed lower left 'Louis Apol f' 
Exhibitor: A. Aardewerk Antiquair. Juwelier b.v., Artist / Title: Art Nouveau pendant 'Poppies’, Horn, silk and coloured glass, Size?, Signed 'GIP' for Georges Pierre, France, circa 1910
Exhibitor: A La Vieille Russie, Inc, Artist / Title: Old-mine floral spray brooch, Diamonds mounted en tremblant and set in silver and gold, total circa 16 crts, Length 11.4 cm, France, circa 1870