TEFAF Talks

In the run up to TEFAF Maastricht 2017, TEFAF organizes TEFAF Talks in  association with Apollo Magazine, RICS, APAA and conceived and coordinated by Golden Squared Consulting.

 

Monday 13th February 2017 

8:30am – 9:30am
Location: Victoria and Albert Museum

Exhibition Road Entrance Victoria and Albert Museum South Kensington London SW7 2RL 
Nearest Tube: South Kensington (District, Circle & Piccadilly Lines) 

Tea, coffee and pastries will be served ahead of the talk.

‘An Unholy Alliance: conflict or symbiosis?’ 

TEFAF Maastricht, the world’s most prestigious art fair is delighted to present the first in this year’s TEFAF Talk series:
in association with Apollo Magazine. 

An Unholy Alliance: conflict or symbiosis?   Exploring the relationship between museums and the art trade.
Thomas Marks, Editor of Apollo in discussion with Martin Levy of H. Blairman & Sons and Antonia Boström, Keeper of Sculpture, Metalwork, Ceramics and Glass, at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
 
TEFAF Talks are free but you must book in advance to confirm your place. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please email annie@goldensquared.com to secure your place for this unique experience.  
 

Tuesday 14th February 2017 

8:30am – 10:00am
Location: RICS

12 Great George Street Parliament Square London  SW1P 3AD 
Nearest Tube: Westminster (Circle, District, Jubilee Lines)

'Embracing transparency: the new imperative' 

TEFAF Maastricht, the world’s most prestigious art fair is delighted to present the second in this year’s TEFAF Talk series:  
in association with Apollo Magazine, RICS and APAA

Embracing transparency: the new imperative
Thomas Marks, Editor of Apollo in discussion with Teresa Krasny, Art Advisor and Karen Sanig, Partner, Mishcon de Reya. Tea, coffee and pastries will be served ahead of the talk. 
TEFAF Talks are free but you must book in advance to confirm your place. Places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please book your ticket here
 

Thursday 2rd March 2017

8:00am – 9:30am (Doors open 7:30am)
Location: The Conservatory at The Arts Club

The Arts Club  40 Dover Street  Mayfair  London  W1S 4NP 
Nearest Tube: Green Park (Piccadilly & Victoria Line) 

‘Mediaeval Madness & Renaissance Glory’ 

TEFAF Maastricht, the world’s most prestigious art fair is delighted to present the third in this year’s TEFAF Talk series:  
in association with Apollo Magazine.
 
Mediaeval Madness & Renaissance Glory 
Mediaeval manuscripts and rare books form a rich and relatively untapped collecting field with some very important material still available on the open market, sought after by museums and collectors alike. In times of economic uncertainty there is often a surge in buying traditional forms of art and as such this collecting area is enjoying a real renaissance. The talk aims to explore this idea of collecting. Thomas Marks, Editor of Apollo, will chair this talk with Dr Jörn Günther, a leading dealer in mediaeval manuscripts, and Daniel Crouch, who specialises in early cartography and rare books, and Scot McKendrick, Head of Western Heritage Collections at the British Library.  
 
Ticket price: £35 + 13.5% service charge per person, to include smoked salmon with scrambled eggs and mini pastries. For bookings please email: art@theartsclub.co.uk. You must book in advance to confirm your place at this unique experience.  
 

TEFAF Social Media

Follow the TEFAF Talks on social media using the hashtags #TEFAFTalks #TEFAF2017.
On Twitter follow the handles @TEFAF @GoldenSquared @V_and_A @Apollo_magazine @RICSnews @The_Arts_Club
On Instagram: @tefaf_art_fair @goldensquared @ricssurveyors @the_arts_club  
 

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