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BREAKING: TEFAF to close four days early after exhibitor contracts COVID-19

The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) announced that it will close the fair at 7pm today, March 11th, four days earlier than...

Three exhibitors withdraw from TEFAF Maastricht 2020

Ahead of the fair’s opening on March 7th, three exhibitors have announced they will no longer be participating in The European Fine Art Fair...

Global art market at highest ever-recorded level – TEFAF Art Market Report 2015

In 2014 the global art market reached its highest ever-recorded level, a total of just over €51 billion worldwide, a 7% year-on-year increase taking...

Patrick van Maris to succeed Paul Hustinx as TEFAF CEO

Patrick van Maris will take over as the new chief executive officer of leading art fair TEFAF Maastricht, with effect from 1 May 2015. The...

TEFAF report: China the most important new art market

China remains the most important of all of the newer art markets, both in terms of the size of its domestic sales and the...

TEFAF report: art market approaching record levels

The international art market reached €47.4 billion in total sales of art and antiques in 2013, close to its highest ever recorded total, and...

PAI Opinion: The world’s art market navigates choppier waters

The world’s art market is navigating choppier waters. Lights are flickering. And there is the sound of creaking from all quarters. It...

Where to buy art in March-April 2020: An up-to-the-minute guide

In the past few weeks, art sales from big auction houses such as Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips, as well as art fairs the scale...

Artory aims to bring the benefits of blockchain to art

Artory is a technology company working to provide the art market with a blockchain-secured registry of artworks. The Artory Registry contains millions of artworks...

PAI Opinion: March On

Welcome to March! March is a much-awaited month for those in the art industry. There are usually 20 fairs – if not...