TEFAF 2015 – welcoming a new participant specialized in African art

Fang figure, Gabon. Image courtesy of Lucas Raton.

Fang figure, Gabon. Image courtesy of Lucas Ratton.

TEFAF Maastricht, “the fair that defines excellence in art”, this year welcomes a new participant specialized in African art: Lucas Ratton. He will join Didier Claes, Bernard de Grunne, Entwistle and Galerie Meyer, strengthening the position ethnographic art holds at the fair.

Jean-Baptiste Bacquart, also from Paris, this year is one of the five exhibitors chosen for TEFAF Showcase – which gives dealers a one-off chance to take part in the fair offering them a smaller space in a separate area (both Claes as Ratton also first were present at TEFAF through the Showcase initiative).

As a teaser for the fair, which will take place from 13 to 22 March, you can already browse all ethnographic art that is to be featured in the catalogue here.