In an era of seemingly countless art fairs, it’s welcome to come across one that’s a clear not-to-miss. Even 95-year-old Alex Katz made it to Thursday’s preview of the European Fine Art Foundation (TEFAF)’s latest New York edition, which has the cavernous Park Avenue Armory filled with a museum’s worth of art through May 16.
Di Donna Galleries (Booth 334):
Missed MoMA’s recent survey of Meret Oppenheim? New York’s Di Donna Galleries has you covered with a showcase that includes three works featured in the exhibition—plus a Man Ray photograph of the fur-covered teacup and spoon that’s long been the late Surrealist’s claim to fame. Highlights include a gold ring set with a real sugar cube (replaced since Oppenheim conceived of it in 1936) and a vase of fake flowers covered in oatmeal flakes that have held up for 54 years.