Even at a time of fierce competition among international art fairs, the European Fine Art Fair–or TEFAF, as it is commonly called–is generally considered the most prestigious of them all. For a whole week in March each year, more than 200 of the bluest blue-chip art and antiques dealers set up shop in Read More
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