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TEFAF Announces Exhibitors for First New York Edition Since 2019

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TEFAF (The European Fine Art Fair) announced the names of the exhibitors who will participate in the next year's event. This event will be held at the Park Avenue Armory from May 6 to 10, 2022 and it is the first TEFAF New York since 2019; as it had to cancel all of its programs in 2020 and 2021 due to the Covid pandemic. There will be a review day on May 5th.

During this event, exhibitors will gather from 14 different countries and 13 participants will present for the first time. The participants will showcase the works of contemporary art, jewelry, and antiquities. Famous galleries participating in this event include Almine Rech, Blum & Poe, David Zwirner, Edward Tyler Nahem, Gagosian, Gallery Hyundai, Gladstone Gallery, Lisson Gallery, Sean Kelly, Tina Kim Gallery, and White Cube.

TEFAF Maastricht has been moved after the Swiss Art Basel due to TEFAF's decision to postpone its event from mid-March to the end of June.

In a statement, TEFAF managing director Charlotte van Leerdam said, "We're thrilled to open our doors again in New York, welcoming guests to an immersive and profound art experience. With world-class dealers and museum-quality material at every turn, this edition of the fair will continue TEFAF's legacy in promoting unparalleled quality and prestige across the artistic landscape."
Participating booths are listed below. Galleries taking part for the first time in TEFAF are marked with an asterisk.

·  Adrian Sassoon (UK)

·  Almine Rech (US)

·  Ana Khouri (US)*

·  Anthony Meier Fine Arts (US)

·  Applicat-Prazan (France)

·  Ariadne (US)

·  Axel Vervoordt (Belgium)

·  Beck & Eggeling (Germany)

·  Ben Brown Fine Arts (UK)

·  Berggruen Gallery (US)

·  Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC (US)

·  Blum & Poe (US)*

·  Cardi (Italy)

·  Carpenters Workshop Gallery (UK)

·  Charles Ede (UK)

·  Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery (Denmark)

·  David Tunick, Inc. (US)

·  David Zwirner (US)

·  Demisch Danant (US)

·  Di Donna Galleries (US)

·  Dickinson (UK)

·  Didier (UK)

·  Donald Ellis Gallery (US)

·  Edward Tyler Nahem (US)

·  Eykyn Maclean (US)

·  FD Gallery (US)

·  Fergus McCaffrey (US)

·  Friedman Benda (US)

·  Gagosian (US)

·  Galerie Bernard Dulon (France)

·  Galerie Chantal Crousel (France)*

·  Galerie Chenel (France)

·  Galerie de la Béraudière (Belgium)

·  Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois (France)

·  Galerie Gisela Capitain (Germany)

·  Galerie Gmurzynska (US)

·  Galerie Karsten Greve AG (Switzerland)

·  Galerie kreo (France)

·  Galerie Lefebvre (France)

·  Galerie Marcelpoil (France)

·  Galerie Maria Wettergren (France)*

·  Galerie Max Hetzler (Germany)

·  Galerie Patrick Seguin (France)*


·  Gallery Hyundai (South Korea)*

·  Gana Art (South Korea)

·  Gladstone Gallery (US)

·  Gomide & Co (Brazil)

·  Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert (UK)

·  Helly Nahmad Gallery (US)

·  HEMMERLE (Germany)

·  Hostler Burrows (US)

·  Jacksons (Sweden)*

·  kamel mennour (France)

·  Kasmin (US)

·  Laffanour – Galerie Downtown/Paris (France)

·  Landau Fine Art (Canada)

·  Lehmann Maupin (US)

·  Leon Tovar Gallery (US)

·  Lisson Gallery (UK)

·  Luhring Augustine (US)

·  Maggiore G.A.M. (Italy)*

·  MassimoDeCarlo (Italy)

·  Mayoral (Spain)

·  Mazzoleni (UK)

·  Mignoni (US)*

·  Mnuchin Gallery (US)

·  neugerriemschneider (Germany)*

·  Offer Waterman (UK)

·  Otto Jakob (Germany)

·  Perrotin (France)


·  Petzel Gallery (US)

·  R & Company (US)

·  Richard Green (UK)

·  Robilant+Voena (UK)

·  Sean Kelly (US)

·  Skarstedt (US)

·  Sprovieri (UK)*

·  Thaddaeus Ropac (UK)

·  The Mayor Gallery (UK)

·  Thomas (Germany)

·  Thomas Gibson Fine Art (UK)

·  Tina Kim Gallery (US)

·  Tornabuoni Arte (Italy)

·  Van de Weghe (US)

·  Vedovi Gallery (Belgium)

·  W&K-Wienerroither & Kohlbacher (Austria)

·  Waddington Custot (UK)

·  White Cube (UK)

·  Yares Art (US)*


Source: "ARTnews"
Photographer: "Mark Niedermann"