Join Privium at TEFAF in Maastricht
On behalf of Schiphol Privium, Jaski Art Gallery and Artophile invite you to an exclusive tour of TEFAF, the world's most prestigious art and antiques fair. This year's edition of TEFAF will be held from 14 to 23 March in the MECC in Maastricht.
260 dealers in art, antiques and design from all over the world come together at this unique art fair to exhibit the most important works from their collections. Jaski Art Gallery, established in Amsterdam's Spiegel Quarter in 1988 and specialised in CoBrA and contemporary art, has teamed up with cultural consultancy Artophile to offer an exclusive programme especially for Privium members, designed to acquaint (or reacquaint) you with this event.
Special programme for Privium members
Jaski Art Gallery will welcome you at its stand with coffee and a delicious piece of authentic Limburg pie. An art historian will be your guide at the art fair, taking you on a tour of several of TEFAF's highlights and stopping at a number of stands. Here you will be greeted personally by the exhibitors themselves, who will be only too happy to tell you more about the masterpieces in their collections. There will also be time for you to discover the fair at your own leisure.
At the end of the afternoon, you will be invited to join a tour of Jaski Art Gallery's stand, where Robbert van Ham, owner of Jaski Art Gallery, will share with you his passion for collecting contemporary art and tell you about the history of TEFAF.
Your visit to TEFAF culminates in a sampling of exquisite wines from small Spanish bodegas accompanied by hors d’oevres such as a splendid jamón ibérico.
Naturally, we would never let you go home empty-handed. As a keepsake of your visit, you will receive a copy of the 700-plus page TEFAF catalogue, so you can revisit the highlights of the fair at your leisure.
This exclusive programme is available to 25 participants per day. To register yourself and a guest, please send your motivation to Robbert Hovenberg from Artophile via email@example.com.
- Dates: Thursday 20 and Friday 21 March.
- Costs: € 75 (this includes the admission fee of € 55)