TEFAF 2013 – MaastrichtMarch 14th - 24th 2013
Thomas Gibson Fine Art Ltd are delighted to announce their participation in the 2013 edition of TEFAF. We will be exhibiting pieces by internationally renowned contemporary artists such as Isamu Noguchi and Lucian Freud, together with works by the leading lights of the 20th Century, including Alberto Giacometti, Henri Matisse and Henry Moore.
We look forward to seeing you on our new stand at 416.
Frieze MastersOctober 11th - 14th 2012
Thomas Gibson Fine Art is delighted to be participating in this the inaugural edition of Frieze Masters.
We will be presenting a solo exhibition of the works of Alberto Giacometti, an artist with whom the Gallery has had a long relationship since its inception in 1969.
Included are leading examples of the artist’s work utilising the primary media of painting, sculpture and works on paper.
We look forward to seeing you on Stand C2.
TEFAF 2012 – MaastrichtMarch 16th - 25th 2012
Thomas Gibson Fine Art Ltd are pleased to announce their participation in the forthcoming edition of TEFAF. In this 25th Anniversary year, we will be presenting works by leading masters of the 19th and 20th centuries – including Corot, Pissarro, Giacometti, Matisse – as well as contemporary pieces by Eric Fischl, Raqib Shaw and Lisa Yuskavage.
We look forward to seeing you on stand 418.
TEFAF 2011 – MaastrichtMarch 18th – 27th 2011
Thomas Gibson Fine Art is pleased to announce its participation once more at TEFAF 2011. We shall be exhibiting works by major British contemporary artists such as Lucian Freud and Jenny Saville alongside more classical 20th century artists such as Giacometti and Matisse along with several other international 20th century artists.We will be at stand number 468. Look forward to seeing you there.
Pavilion of Art and Design 2010October 13th - 17th 2010
2010 marked the debut of Thomas Gibson Fine Art at the annual Pavilion of Art and Design. Now in its fourth year, PAD is an internationally renowned Fair specialising in fine art and design. Our stand, number 44, was divided into two halves to reflect the modern and contemporary emphases of TGFA, and featured works by Corot, Degas and Matisse, as well as Eric Fischl, Rina Banerjee and Raqib Shaw.