07 March 2017
Brexit at TefafDe Telegraaf
Politics and arts come together at the thirtieth edition of Tefaf Maastricht, which opens Friday 10th of March. The British dealer in rare books and prints Daniel Crouch is furnishing a themed stand on Europe and Brexit. ‘A joke of course, but with a serious tone to it,’ he says. Because through a variety of costly atlases and old maps he makes it clear to the public that our idea of the age-old European nation states with each their own national identity is nothing more than a myth.
03 February 2017
The British rare maps and books dealer Daniel Crouch is preparing a Brexit-themed booth for his stand at the Tefaf art fair in Maastricht, the Netherlands city made famous for its role in the European Union’s recent history. Crouch, who opened a new space in New York in January, says his fair booth will explore “the myth of boundaries and the nation state”.
03 February 2017
Daniel Crouch Rare Books Opens in New Yorkrarebookshub.com
Daniel Crouch Rare Books of 4 Bury Street, St. James, London has recently opened a shop in New York at 24 East 64th Street. The firm is a specialist in antique atlases, maps, plans, sea charts and voyages dating from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries, and is a partnership founded by Daniel Crouch and Nick Trimming.
30 January 2017
Daniel Crouch launches in New York with Burns Night celebrationAntiques Trade Gazette
Daniel Crouch Rare Books opened launched its New York City premises on Wednesday with a Burns Night celebration.
25 January 2017
Daniel Crouch Rare Books to Launch New York Gallery on Burns Night, Jan. 25finebooksmagazine.com
Daniel Crouch Rare Books will mark the opening of their New York Gallery at 24 East 64th Street with a launch party on Burns Night (25 January 2017). A small selection of Celtic cartography will be on display, in keeping with the traditional Scottish celebration, as well as the gallery’s reputation as specialist dealers in fine and rare antique maps, plans, sea charts and voyages.
28 October 2016
The Art Market: it’s up to you, New YorkThe Financial Times
The venerable European Fine Art Fair (Tefaf), held in Maastricht since 1988, has pulled off its first mini-edition for older art in New York, an event that closed on Wednesday. Organisers revamped the Park Avenue Armory to great effect and hosted 94 galleries with pieces from antiquity to the early 20th century. With nearly a third of booths of the Maastricht flagship, Tefaf New York Fall was more digestible and focused (a separate Modern and contemporary version will be launched in May.)