TEFAF Maastricht 2012: Part 1

Yesterday we visited the TEFAF, we love art, as you know, but at this yearly held art fair, we love the people maybe even more. Photographer JW Kaldenbach made this reportage for us: Part 1 Arrival


Fun with the sponsoring, at the entrance you’ll always find a car at the tefaf.
We have more!!
TEFAF Maastricht 2012: 

TEFAF Maastricht 2012: Part 3

Yesterday we visited the TEFAF, as said earlier; we love to watch the people who visit the TEFAF (especially on the first, private viewing day). You might as well see this part of the reportage, as an anthropological capsule-project by photographer JW Kaldenbach
Part
3: Watching

Do keep in mind that these are all antique paintings….

Men buying jewellry for the women, tradition is key here.
Haute joaillerie, paintings, sculptures all the real deal, amazing!
We have more pictures !
part 1: Arrival / part 2: Socializing / part 4: Resting

TEFAF Maastricht 2012: Part 4

We visited the TEFAF, it was the private viewing day. This day is so busy, and the fair is so overwhelming that you can get tired after a couple of hours spending there. Part 4: Resting, by photographer JW Kaldenbach

TEFAF Maastricht can be visited, 16-25 March,daily 11 am – 7 pm, Sunday 25 March 11 am – 6 pm.
There are more photo’s to see;
part 1: Arrival/ part 2: Socializing/ part 3:Watching resting.

TEFAF Maastricht 2012: Part 2

Yesterday we visited the TEFAF, it was the first day, they call that the private viewing day. Nothing private about that, let me tell you! Photographer JW Kaldenbach made this reportage for us: Part 2 Socializing

 No privacy but drinks and snacks galore!

 On the left the Mayor of Maastricht with his husband

 On the left Prince Maurits of the Netherlands

TEFAF Maastricht can be visited, 16-25 March,daily 11 am – 7 pm, Sunday 25 March 11 am – 6 pm.
There are more photo’s to see;
part 1: Arrival / part 3: Watching / part 4: Resting

Suite #59

#59 Magazine and Suite #59, a Magazine and a gallery. These photo’s were taken on the last day the gallery was open. Suite #59 is moving from Maastricht to Amsterdam’s  KNSM  Isle, The Netherlands. Curator and owner Mart van Engelen has an impressive collection of vintage,  black and white photo’s. He collects, amongst others, Jean Dieuzaide, Edward Quinn, Andre Villers and Ernst Scheidegger. He and his wife travel around Europe to find these gems. On this quest Engelen takes interviews and(portrait) pictures, also in black and white, to go along with the stories. These stories feature in his #59 Magazine . The magazine is a “bi-annual chronicle , 80 pages of international photography, an Art document.” #59 magazine is available at Colette, Paris, at Corso Como 10, Milan and at the van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (for more addresses check the site) Tip; If you want, it’s easy to frame your favorite page(s)