March sees the return of TEFAF Maastricht (10-19 March), widely regarded as the world’s leading fair for art, antiques and design.
Over 270 exhibitors will convene for the fair’s 30th edition where they will show thousands of museum-quality works from antiquities to contemporary works; the entire town of Maastricht will be overrun by collectors, dealers and enthusiasts from across the globe – make sure you book your accommodation quickly!
If you fancy some winter sunshine, why not plan a trip to Dubai to coincide with Art Dubai (15-18 March). Featuring 93 galleries from 43 different countries, this is one of the most global art fairs and offers Modern and Contemporary works from the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. Reflecting its global reach, Art Dubai 2017 will feature its highest ever number of galleries from South America, with galleries from Peru and Uruguay attending for the first time
Salon du Dessin in Paris (22-27 March) is the place to head to if you’re a lover of drawings of all types and genres. 39 prestigious galleries specialising in Old Masters, Modern and Contemporary drawings will be exhibiting over 1000 drawings and showcasing their latest discoveries, attributions and collections in the prestigious Palais Brongniart.
There’s no time for a rest as ‘Art Basel Hong Kong’ returns this week (23-25 March). Asia’s most important art fair, it showcases established and emerging international art, as well as contemporary art of the region, with around half of the participating galleries having exhibition spaces in Asia and Asia-Pacific.Return to all posts