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Please note that the content on the website may be used for press purposes when covering the TEFAF art fair. The usage rights are at publication's discretion. It cannot be guaranteed that the objects currently shown on the website will pass TEFAF vetting which takes place shortly prior to the opening of the Fair.
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TEFAF NEW YORK SPRING 2020 postpones fair dates. Please read our current statement regarding details.
TEFAF Museum Restoration Fund
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Every year, TEFAF donates up to €50,000 to one or two museum conservation projects, selected by an independent panel of international experts. The fund’s aim is both to support the restoration of particular art works and to boost awareness of the field of conservation science overall. Our goal is to encourage the sharing of knowledge between museums and also with the general public. For this reason, each selected work must be on public view for at least two years after its restoration and each project has a video presence at the fair throughout the entire duration of TEFAF Maastricht and on the TEFAF website.

Any museum is eligible to apply for the TEFAF Museum Restoration Fund so long as one of its representatives visited the previous edition of the Fair. Museums can submit one project per year.

The V&A, UK, and Los Angeles County Museum (LACMA), USA are the recipients of the 2020 TEFAF Museum Restoration Fund.

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Prince Claus Fund
Since 2008, TEFAF has been the proud supporter of the Cultural Emergency Response program, run by the Prince Claus Fund. The Fund aims to provide swift, efficient aid when a site of cultural heritage is at risk of harm.
TEFAF Oncology Chair
TEFAF is the proud supporter of many charitable causes, cancer research principal among them. Since 2005 TEFAF has sponsored an annual Oncology Chair in the faculty of Health, Medicine and Life Sciences at the Academic Hospital Maastricht.
The Society Of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK), founded in 1946, is a volunteer-led organization within MSK dedicated to promoting the well-being of patients, supporting cancer research, and providing public education on the early prevention, detection, and treatment of cancer.