Here’s the Exhibitor List for TEFAF New York’s Spring 2019 Edition

 

 

Here’s the Exhibitor List for TEFAF New York’s Spring 2019 Edition
Here’s the Exhibitor List for TEFAF New York’s Spring 2019 Edition

TEFAF’s spring 2018 edition in New York.

KIRSTEN CHILSTROM

The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) has announced the exhibitors for its spring 2019 edition in New York. Some 90 galleries are lined up to participate, with 12 of them showing at the fair for the fist time, including Sprüth Magers, Luxembourg & Dayan, and Almine Rech Gallery.

TEFAF has two editions in New York each year—one in the spring devoted to contemporary offerings, the other in the fall devoted to artworks and decorative pieces produced before the 20th century. Like the fair’s most recent fall New York edition, this past October, the spring event will be held at the Park Avenue Armory. It will run, concurrent with the Frieze New York art fair, from May 3–7.

Sofie Scheerlinck, TEFAF’s managing director, said in a statement, “New York is arguably the most important global center—historically, artistically, and commercially—for the field of modern and contemporary art. We are delighted to be part of this dynamic art landscape, offering an unrivaled platform for exhibitors in New York.”

The exhibitor list follows in full below.

Galerie 1900-2000 (France)
Acquavella Galleries, Inc. (USA)
Applicat-Prazan (France)
L’Arc en Seine (France)
Beck & Eggeling International Fine Art (Germany)
Bergamin & Gomide (Brazil)
Berggruen Gallery (USA)
Ben Brown Fine Arts (UK)
Cahn International AG (Switzerland)
Galerie Gisela Capitain (Germany)
Cardi Gallery (UK)
Carpenters Workshop Gallery (UK)
Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery (Denmark)
Massimo De Carlo (Italy)
Demisch Danant (USA)
Patrick Derom Gallery (Belgium)
Dickinson (UK)
Di Donna Galleries (USA)
Laffanour – Galerie Downtown / Paris (France)
Galerie Bernard Dulon (France)
Charles Ede (UK)
Donald Ellis Gallery (USA)
Eykyn Maclean (USA)
FD Gallery (USA)
Peter Freeman, Inc. (USA)
Friedman Benda (USA)
Gagosian (USA)
Gana Art (South Korea)
Galerie David Ghezelbash (France)
Thomas Gibson Fine Art (UK)
Gladstone Gallery (USA)
Galerie Gmurzynska (USA)
Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC (USA)
Marian Goodman Gallery (USA)
Oscar Graf (France)
Richard Green (UK)
Galerie Karsten Greve AG (Switzerland)
Hammer Galleries (USA)
Hauser & Wirth (USA)
Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert (UK)
Galerie Marc Heiremans (Belgium)
Hemmerle (Germany)
Galerie Max Hetzler (Germany)
Hostler Burrows (USA)
Jousse Entreprise (France)
Sean Kelly (USA)
Tina Kim Gallery (USA)
Galerie Kreo (France)
Simon Lee Gallery (UK)
Galerie Lefebvre (France)
Lévy Gorvy (USA)
Lisson Gallery (UK)
Luhring Augustine (USA)
Luxembourg & Dayan (USA)
Matthew Marks Gallery (USA)
The Mayor Gallery (UK)
Mazzoleni (UK)
Fergus McCaffrey (USA)
Anthony Meier Fine Arts (USA)
Kamel Mennour (France)
Victoria Miro (UK)
Mnuchin Gallery (USA)
Modernity (Sweden)
Edward Tyler Nahem Fine Art (USA)
Helly Nahmad Gallery (USA)
Nilufar Gallery (Italy)
Pace Gallery (USA)
Galerie Perrotin (USA)
Petzel Gallery (USA)
R & Company (USA)
Almine Rech Gallery (USA)
REZA (France)
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac (UK)
Adrian Sassoon (UK)
Skarstedt (USA)
Sprüth Magers (Germany)
Taffin (USA)
Tornabuoni Arte (Italy)
Leon Tovar Gallery (USA)
David Tunick, Inc. (USA)
Vallois (France)
Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois (France)
Vedovi Gallery (Belgium)
Axel Vervoordt (Belgium)
Waddington Custot (UK)
Van de Weghe (USA)
White Cube (UK)
W&K-Wienerroither & Kohlbacher (Austria)
Wildenstein & Co. Inc. (USA)
David Zwirner (USA)

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