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The European Fine Art Foundation (TEFAF) launched the second edition of TEFAF Online this week, live through September 13. This year’s iteration will see more than 700 works from around 250 international presenters, alongside virtual and interactive programming like the curated Collections platform, the Stories series, and the Talks lineup.
In the main viewing room, galleries have been asked to present up to three artworks that create a poignant story or dialogue in the context of one another, including work by both contemporary and historic artists. Online attendees can expect to find presentations like Marina Abramovic with Lisson Gallery, Galerie Tanakaya presenting work from the 19th century Japanese designer Utagawa Hiroshige, work by Diego Giacometti from 1957 with Bailly Gallery, and Galerie Karsten Greve AG’s presentation of John Chamberlain. Other featured works include Francesco Paolo Michetti’s 1877 Self Portrait with Antonacci Lapiccirella Fine Art, a painting by Drick Dirchsz van Santvoor from 1632 presented by Richard Green, and Sean Kelly’s presentation of Blue Moon by Janaina Tschäpe.
Outside of these presentations, don’t miss programming like the TEFAF Collections, presented from the gaze of names like Guillaume Kientz, Amin Jaffer, and Pierre Yovanovitch. Meanwhile, TEFAF Stories offers a look inside collectors’ homes, artist studios, and galleries all over the world. And hosted with support from the Financial Times, Apollo Magazine, AAMC, and Larry’s List is the TEFAF Talks series and the more intimate Meet the Experts conversations.