Seen and Heard at the European Fine Art Fair: TEFAF Day One

Editorial Staff Art

  “The museum doesn’t have a shopping list but I hope our collectors do,” said MFA Boston director Malcolm Rogers, who accompanied a group of American collectors through the European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) on its opening day, March 15. “I could be tempted to collect Old Master pictures instead of contemporary art,” Whitney Museum of American Art director Adam …

Dealer Interview: Ben Janssens

Editorial Staff Opinion

Ben Janssens, the London dealer in Oriental art and chairman of TEFAF/Maastricht’s Executive Committee, describes new directions for Europe’s largest antiques and fine arts fair: Can you describe the origins and evolution of TEFAF/Maastricht? In 1975 a number of the world’s leading Old Masters dealers, such as Johnny van Haeften of London and the late Robert Noortman of Maastricht, believed …