TEFAF Maastricht 2023 Announces International Exhibitors

Globally renowned dealers and gallerists will return to Maastricht’s MECC in March 2023 for the 36th edition of the leading art fair TEFAF.

Showcasing 7,000 years of art, antiques, and design, TEFAF returns to its traditional spring dates and will open its doors for the 36th edition from Saturday, March 11th to Sunday, March 19th, 2023 (invitation-only VIP preview on Thursday, March 9th and Friday, March 10th). The fair is the a showcase of strictly vetted works of supreme historical merit and quality, and in 2023, will once again host a lineup of globally renowned specialist exhibitors at Maastricht’s MECC venue.

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TEFAF represents a unique artistic and cultural experience, immersing visitors in 7,000 years of art history, meticulously curated and presented all under one roof. It is a magnet for the international art market and an exceptional convergence of the finest dealers and galleries, private collectors, and enthusiasts along with art market professionals, interior designers, museum curators and directors.

The 2023 fair lineup is comprised of 268 dealers, 13 of which are first-time exhibitors. Ten galleries will join the expanded TEFAF Showcase section, which since 2008 has led the way in offering a platform at major fairs to newer and younger galleries.

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On the strength of the dealers, the market and the global appetite for TEFAF Maastricht, TEFAF Executive Committee President, Hidde van Seggelen says, “It is with huge excitement that we find ourselves once again gathering speed towards the world’s leading art fair. The 36th edition of TEFAF Maastricht will offer visitors an emblematic experience of everything TEFAF stands for: unparalleled expertise, matchless historical precedence and incomparable beauty. The strength and dedication of our new and returning gallerists and exhibitors is keenly felt, and we look forward to welcoming both our exhibitors and our visitors to MECC Maastricht as the global appetite for TEFAF is sustained in 2023 and beyond.”

TEFAF Maastricht 2023 exhibitor list

A La Vieille Russie (United States)
A Lighthouse called Kanata (Japan)
Adam Williams Fine Art Ltd. (United States)
Adrian Alan Ltd (United Kingdom)
Adrian Sassoon (United Kingdom)
Aicon, New York (United States)
Alessandra Di Castro (Italy)
Alessandro Cesati (Italy)
Alon Zakaim Fine Art (United Kingdom)
Altomani & Sons (Italy)
Åmells (Sweden)
Amir Mohtashemi Ltd. (United Kingdom)
Anna Hu Haute Joaillerie (United States)
Antonacci Lapiccirella Fine Art (Italy)
Applicat-Prazan (France)
Aronson Antiquairs (Netherlands)
Artur Ramon Art (Spain)
Axel Vervoordt (Belgium)
Bacarelli (Italy)
De Backker Art (Belgium)
Bailly Gallery Geneva-Paris (Switzerland)
Beck & Eggeling International Fine Art (Germany)
bel etage, Wolfgang Bauer, Vienna (Austria)
Ben Janssens Oriental Art (United Kingdom)
Benappi Fine Art (United Kingdom)
Benjamin Proust Fine Art Ltd (United Kingdom)
Berardi Galleria d’Arte (Italy)
Berko Fine Paintings (Belgium)
Bernard de Grunne (Belgium)
Bhagat (India)
Bijl-Van Urk B.V. (Netherlands)
Blumka Gallery (United States)
Boghossian (Switzerland)
BOLD denotes galleries new to TEFAF Maastricht this year.
BorzoGallery (Netherlands)
Bottegantica (Italy)
Botticelli Antichità (Italy)
Brame & Lorenceau (France)
Brimo de Laroussilhe (France)
Brun Fine Art (United Kingdom)
BURZIO. (United Kingdom)
Cahn (Switzerland)
Cardi Gallery (Italy)
Caretto & Occhinegro (Italy)
Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz (France)
Carpenters Workshop Gallery (France)
Caterina Tognon (Italy)
Caylus (Spain)
Ceysson & Bénétière (France)
Charles Beddington Ltd (United Kingdom)
Charles Ede (United Kingdom)
Christophe de Quénetain (France)
Christopher Bishop Fine Art (United States)
Colnaghi (United Kingdom)
Connaught Brown (United Kingdom)
Daniel Crouch Rare Books Ltd (United Kingdom)
Daniel Katz Gallery (United Kingdom)
David Lévy & Associés (Belgium)
David Tunick, Inc. (United States)
Day and Faber (United Kingdom)
De Jonckheere (Switzerland)
De Wit Fine Tapestries (Belgium)
Deborah Elvira (Spain)
Demisch Danant (United States)
Dickinson (United Kingdom)
Didier Claes (Belgium)
Dr. Jörn Günther Rare Books AG (Switzerland)
DYS44 Art Gallery London (United Kingdom)
Elfriede Langeloh (Germany)
Emanuel von Baeyer London (United Kingdom)
Endlich Antiquairs (Netherlands)
Epoque Fine Jewels (Belgium)
Fergus McCaffrey (United States)
Flore (Belgium)
Frides Laméris Glass & Antiques (Netherlands)
Friedman Benda (United States)
Galerie Berès (France)
Galerie Bernard Dulon (France)
Galerie Boulakia (United Kingdom)
Galerie Canesso (France)
Galerie Chastel-Maréchal (France)
Galerie Chenel (France)
Galerie Cybele (France)
Galerie de la Béraudière (Belgium)
Galerie de la Présidence (France)
Galerie Delalande (France)
Galerie Eberwein (France)
Galerie Eric Coatalem (France)
Galerie Florence de Voldère (France)
Galerie G. Sarti (France)
Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois (France)
Galerie Henze & Ketterer (Switzerland)
Galerie Jacques Barrère (France)
Galerie Karsten Greve AG (Switzerland)
Galerie Kevorkian (France)
Galerie Laurentin (France)
Galerie Le Minotaure (France)
Galerie Léage (France)
Galerie Lefebvre (United States)
Galerie Marc Heiremans (Belgium)
Galerie Marcilhac (France)
Galerie Maria Wettergren (France)
Galerie Mendes (France)
Galerie Mermoz (France)
Galerie Michel Descours (France)
Galerie Nathalie Obadia (France)
Galerie Neuse (Germany)
Galerie Nicolas Bourriaud (France) B
Galerie Patrice Trigano (France)
Galerie Perrin (France)
Galerie Terrades (France)
Galerie Thomas (Germany)
Galerie von Vertes (Switzerland)
Galerie Xavier Eeckhout (France)
Galleri K (Norway)
Galleria Carlo Virgilio & C. (Italy)
Galleria Continua (Italy)
Galleria d’Arte Maggiore g.a.m. (Italy)
Gallery 19C (United States)
A. Aardewerk (Netherlands) Didier Aaron (France)
David Aaron Ltd (United Kingdom) Agnews (United Kingdom)
Gana Art (South Korea)
Giacometti Old Master Paintings (Italy)
Gillis Goldman Fine Art (Belgium)
Gisèle Croës s.a. (Belgium)
Haboldt & Co. (Netherlands)
Hazlitt (United Kingdom)
Helga Matzke (Germany)
Hemmerle (Germany)
Hidde van Seggelen (Germany)
Jaime Eguiguren Art & Antiques (Uruguay)
Jaski Gallery (Netherlands)
Jean Michel Renard (France)
Jean-François Heim (Switzerland)
Jean-Luc Baroni & Marty de Cambiaire (France)
Joost van den Bergh (United Kingdom)
Jorge Welsh Works of Art (Portugal)
Julius Böhler Kunsthandlung (Germany)
Kallos Gallery (United Kingdom)
kamel mennour (France)
Kent Antiques Limited (United Kingdom)
Koetser Gallery (Switzerland)
Kollenburg Antiquairs (Netherlands)
Koopman Rare Art (United Kingdom) Galerie Kugel (France)
Kunstgalerij Albricht (Netherlands)
Kunsthandel A.H. Bies (Netherlands)
Kunsthandel Jacques Fijnaut B.V. (Netherlands)
Kunsthandel Mehringer (Germany)
Kunsthandel P. de Boer B.V. (Netherlands)
Kunsthandel Peter Mühlbauer (Germany)
Kunsthandlung Helmut H. Rumbler (Germany)
Kunstkammer Georg Laue (Germany)
La Pendulerie (France)
Landau Fine Art (Canada)
Les Enluminures (France)
Librairie Camille Sourget (France)
Lisson Gallery (United Kingdom)
Littleton & Hennessy Asian Art (United Kingdom)
Lowell Libson & Jonny Yarker Ltd (United Kingdom)
Lucas Ratton (France)
Ludorff (Germany)
Lullo . Pampoulides (United Kingdom)
MacConnal-Mason Gallery (United Kingdom)
Marcel Nies Oriental Art (Belgium)
Marcelpoil (France)
Marjan Sterk Fine Art Jewellery (Netherlands)
Maurizio Nobile Fine Art (Italy)
Mayoral (Spain)
Mazzoleni (United Kingdom)
Mentink & Roest (Netherlands)
Michael Goedhuis (United Kingdom)
ML Fine Art (Italy)
Mullany (United Kingdom)
NICHOLAS HALL (United States)
Nicolaas Teeuwisse OHG (Germany)
Osborne Samuel (United Kingdom)
Oscar Graf (France)
Otto Jakob (Germany)
owman Sculpture (United Kingdom)
Patrick & Ondine Mestdagh (Belgium)
Patrick Heide Contemporary Art (United Kingdom)
Peter Finer (United Kingdom)
Piva&C (Italy)
PKM Gallery (South Korea)
Plektron Fine Arts (Switzerland)
Polak Works of Art (Netherlands)
Porcini (Italy)
Prahlad Bubbar (United Kingdom)
Rafael Valls Limited (United Kingdom)
Richard Green (United Kingdom)
Rob Smeets Gallery (Switzerland)
Röbbig München (Germany)
Robilant+Voena (United Kingdom)
Rosenberg & Co. (United States)
Rossi & Rossi (Hong Kong) Limited (Hong Kong)
Rudigier Fine Art (Germany)
S Franses (United Kingdom)
S J Phillips Ltd (United Kingdom)
Salamon (Italy)
Salomon Lilian (Switzerland)
Salomon Stodel Antiquités (Netherlands)
Sam Fogg (United Kingdom)
São Roque, Lisboa (Portugal)
Schönewald Fine Arts GmbH (Germany)
Sean Kelly (United States)
Senger Bamberg Kunsthandel (Germany)
Serge Schoffel – Art Premier (Belgium)
Sèvres (France)
Shapero Rare Books (United Kingdom)
Shibunkaku (Japan)
Somlo London (United Kingdom)
Sprovieri (United Kingdom)
Stair Sainty Gallery (United Kingdom)
Stéphane Clavreuil Rare Books (United Kingdom)
Stephen Ongpin Fine Art (United Kingdom)
Stoppenbach & Delestre (United Kingdom)
Stuart Lochhead Sculpture (United Kingdom)
Sydney L Moss Ltd. (United Kingdom)
Tafeta (United Kingdom)
Talabardon & Gautier (France)
Templon (France)
Tenzing Asian Art (United States)
The Maas Gallery (United Kingdom)
The Mayor Gallery (United Kingdom)
The Weiss Gallery (United Kingdom)
Thomas Coulborn & Sons (United Kingdom)
Thomas Gibson Fine Art (United Kingdom)
Thomas Salis (Austria)
Tim van Laere Gallery (Belgium)
Tina Kim Gallery (United States)
Tomasso (United Kingdom)
Tornabuoni Art (Italy)
Tóth Ikonen (Netherlands)
Trinity Fine Art (United Kingdom)
Univers du Bronze (France)
Utermann (Germany)
Van Cleef & Arpels (France)
Van de Weghe (United States)
Vanderven Oriental Art (Netherlands)
Vedovi Gallery (Belgium)
Véronique Bamps (Monaco)
VKD Jewels (Netherlands)
W&K-Wienerroither & Kohlbacher (Austria)
Waddington Custot (United Kingdom)
Walter Padovani (Italy)
Wartski (United Kingdom)
White Cube (United Kingdom)
Wildenstein & Co. Inc. (United States)
William Weston Gallery (United Kingdom)
Yann Ferrandin (France)
Yares Art (United States)
Galerie Zlotowski (France)

TEFAF is a not-for-profit foundation that champions expertise and diversity in the global art community, evidenced in the exhibitors selected for its two fairs, which take place annually in Maastricht and New York. TEFAF acts as an expert guide for both private and institutional collectors, which inspires lovers and buyers of art everywhere.


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