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TEFAF New York returns to the Park Avenue Armory in May | 12.05-16.05.2023

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TEFAF New York will return to the historic Park Avenue Armory in May 2023. More than 91 renowned galleries from around the world will participate, presenting some of the finest objects in modern and contemporary art, jewellery, antiques and design. TEFAF New York will be on view from 12 to 16 May 2023, with an exclusive preview for collectors on 11 May 2023.

Fig. above: TEFAF New York, Foto: Julian Cassady

“It’s wonderful to return to the Park Avenue Armory and be part of the incredible New York art scene,” said Bart Drenth, Global Managing Director. “Each year is unique, and it’s exciting to work with this esteemed list of exhibitors to present museum-quality works and continue TEFAF’s legacy of sharing objects that inspire art lovers from around the world.

TEFAF New York features curated spaces in the historic Armory and the towering 55,000-square-foot Wade Thompson Drill Hall. The fair features an exciting on-site programme with leaders of the global art world and a concurrent edition of TEFAF Online featuring a selection of masterpieces exhibited in person.

“We are pleased to support TEFAF New York again this year,” said Drew Watson, Head of Art Services at Bank of America. “As a long-time partner and collaborator, we share TEFAF’s commitment to New York’s vibrant cultural community.” Bank of America Private Bank and Merrill has a long history and deep commitment to the arts community, offering collectors and institutions a range of art services, including art lending, art consignment, art planning, and philanthropic solutions.

The 2023 programme includes 78 returning dealers and 13 new dealers exhibiting this year. This prestigious list of galleries represents 13 countries and brings an exceptional selection of works to New York.

Complete exhibitor list of the
TEFAF New York 2023

Adrian Sassoon (United Kingdom)

Almine Rech (United States)

Anthony Meier (United States)

Applicat-Prazan (France)

Ariadne (United States)

Axel Vervoordt (Belgium)

Beck & Eggeling International Fine Art (Germany)

Ben Brown Fine Arts (United Kingdom)

Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC (United States)

Boghossian (Switzerland)

Cardi Gallery (United Kingdom)

Carpenters Workshop Gallery (United Kingdom)

Charles Ede (United Kingdom)

Dansk Møbelkunst (Denmark)

David Tunick, Inc. (United States)

David Zwirner (United States)

Demisch Danant (United States)

Di Donna Galleries (United States)

Didier BV (United Kingdom)

Donald Ellis Gallery (United States)

Edward Tyler Nahem (United States)

Eykyn Maclean (United States)

FD Gallery (United States)

Fergus McCaffrey (United States)

Friedman Benda (United States)

Gagosian (United States)

Galeria Nara Roesler (Brazil)

Galerie Chantal Crousel (France)

Galerie Chastel-Maréchal (France)

Galerie Chenel (France)

Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois (France)

Galerie Gisela Capitain (Germany)

Galerie kreo (France)

Galerie Lefebvre (France)

Galerie Maria Wettergren (France)

Galerie Max Hetzler (Germany)

Galerie Mitterrand (France)

Galerie Nathalie Obadia (France)

Galerie Patrick Seguin (France)

Galleria Continua (Italy)

Galleria d’Arte Maggiore g.a.m. (Italy)

Gallery Hyundai (South Korea)

Gana Art (South Korea)

Geoffrey Diner (United States)

Gladstone Gallery (United States)

Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert (United Kingdom)

Hemmerle (Germany)

Hostler Burrows (United States)

Jacksons (Sweden)

kamel mennour (France)

Karma (United States)

Laffanour / Galerie Downtown (France)

Landau Fine Art (Canada)

Leon Tovar Gallery (United States)

LGDR (United States)

Lisson Gallery (United Kingdom)

Luhring Augustine (United States)

Marcelpoil (France)

Massimo DeCarlo (Italy)

Mayoral (Spain)

Mazzoleni (United Kingdom)

Mignoni (United States)

Mnuchin Gallery (United States)

Modernity Stockholm (Sweden)

Offer Waterman (United Kingdom)

Otto Jakob (Germany)

Pace Gallery (United States)

Perrotin (France)

Peter Freeman, Inc. (United States)

Petzel Gallery (United States)

PKM Gallery (South Korea)

R & Company (United States)

Richard Green (United Kingdom)

Richard Nagy Ltd. (United Kingdom)

Robilant+Voena (United Kingdom)

Sean Kelly (United States)

Skarstedt (United States)

Templon (France)

Thaddaeus Ropac (United Kingdom)

The Mayor Gallery (United Kingdom)

Thomas Gibson Fine Art (United Kingdom)

Tina Kim Gallery (United States)

Tornabuoni Arte (Italy)

Vallois (France)

Van de Weghe (United States)

Vedovi Gallery (Belgium)

W&K-Wienerroither & Kohlbacher (Austria)

Waddington Custot (United Kingdom)

White Cube (United Kingdom)

Yares Art (United States)

Yves Macaux (Belgium)

BOLD marks those galleries that are new to TEFAF New York this year.


TEFAF is a non-profit foundation that promotes expertise and diversity in the global art scene. This is reflected in the selection of exhibitors for its two fairs, held annually in Maastricht and New York. TEFAF acts as an expert guide for private and institutional collectors, inspiring art lovers and buyers around the world.

TEFAF Maastricht took place from 11 to 19 March 2023 at the MECC Maastricht.

TEFAF New York will be held at the Park Avenue Armory from 12 to 16 May 2023. 11 May is by invitation only


TEFAF Maastricht is considered the world’s most important fair for art, antiques and design, bringing together 7,000 years of art history under one roof. With over 260 renowned dealers from around 20 countries, TEFAF Maastricht is a showcase for the best works of art currently on the market. In addition to the traditional areas of Old Master paintings, antiques and classic antiquities, which make up about half of the fair, you will also find modern and contemporary art, photography, jewellery, 20th century design and more.


TEFAF New York was founded in early 2016, originally as two annual art fairs at the Park Avenue Armory in New York. Today, TEFAF New York is a single annual fair encompassing modern and contemporary art, jewellery, antiques and design, featuring some 90 leading exhibitors from around the world. Tom Postma Design, known for his work with leading museums, galleries and art fairs, is responsible for the fair’s innovative design, which revamps the spectacular spaces in the historic Park Avenue Armory, giving them a brighter, more contemporary look.


TEFAF is distinguished by the thoroughness of its vetting and its commitment to maintaining standards of excellence. As a key pillar of TEFAF’s success and legacy, this creates an optimal environment for collectors to acquire artworks of the highest quality. For more information on TEFAF’s rigorous vetting standards, visit TEFAF.com/about/vetting.


TEFAF New York
Park Avenue Armory
643 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065


Friday, 12. May – Tuesday, 16. May 2023

Thursday, 11. May 2023 Only by invitation

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