Today is the Preview of TEFAF Spring 2018, which officially opens to the public at the Park Avenue Armory from 4-8 May. Dickinson is presenting The Modern Muse, dedicated to female portraits and nudes by some of the titans of 20th century art. 2018 is also Dickinson Gallery’s 25th anniversary year, and the 20th anniversary of our participation in TEFAF fairs, which have been responsible for a number of our most significant sales to both museums and to private collectors. In addition to the highlights published in our recent ’20 Years of Dickinson at TEFAF Maastricht’ insight, there have been many memorable sales of Modern pictures at TEFAF.
Most recently, Dickinson sold Munch’s Two Nudes to a private collector who first spotted it on our stand at TEFAF Maastricht 2017. At the inaugural TEFAF Spring 2017, we sold Robert Delaunay’s monumental La Ville de Paris, La Femme et La Tour Eiffel to a private American collection.
Other modern highlights sold at past TEFAF fairs include Matisse’s Verve, I (sold to a private collector at TEFAF 2005);
Fontana’s Concetto Spaziale, Attese (sold to a private collector at TEFAF 2007);
Picasso’s Tête (sold to a private collector at TEFAF 2010);
Magritte’s Le Jockey Perdu (sold to a private collection at TEFAF Maastricht 2011);
Klee’s Der Luftballon (sold to a private collector at TEFAF Maastricht 2013);
Arp’s Trois Constellations (sold to a private collector at TEFAF Maastricht 2014);
Dali’s Portrait de Gala au Homard (sold to a private collector at TEFAF Maastricht 2014);
and Kapoor’s Untitled, 2010 (sold to a private collector at TEFAF Maastricht 2014); among many others.
We look forward to welcoming you to The Modern Muse at this year’s TEFAF New York Spring, stand 7 at the Park Avenue Armory.