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TEFAF Maastricht

TEFAF Maastricht

Torchbearer since 2008. 

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Tefaf has supported the Cultural Emergency Response programme of the Prince Claus Fund since 2008.

TEFAF and the Prince Claus Fund are convinced of the importance to save art and cultural heritage after disaster or conflict. Culture and heritage provide a sense of belonging, identity and continuity which are crucial when rebuilding a community.

For example, The Prince Claus Fund and Tefaf assisted the Qiang, one of the oldest cultural minorities in China, with the emergency conservation of one of the few remaining ancient watchtowers that is still in use. With TEFAF’s support, the Prince Claus Fund has been able to save ancient rock art in Niger from destruction by armed rebels, restore a unique archive of Turkish writer Aziz Nesin after severe flooding, rehabilitate the only gaucho museum in Argentina damaged by torrential rains, carry out emergency repairs to one of the most important temples in Bhutan damaged by earthquakes, help Burmese monks to excavate holy relics from a monastery in Burma buried under a mudslide and support the Qiang in taking rapid temporary measures to protect the structure of the ancient watchtower of A’er. 

For more information about this collaboration, visit TEFAF's website

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"Prince Claus Fund symbolises the importance of art and culture"

Patrick van Maris van Dijk, The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF)

La mission de la CER est d’offrir une aide d’urgence aux patrimoines culturels endommagés ou détruits par une catastrophe naturelle ou causée par l’homme. La CER a été créée en 2003 suite à la dévastation et au pillage du Musée National d’Irak. La CER considère que le sauvetage de la culture peut apporter espoir et consolation aux communautés sinistrées, contribuer à leur faire retrouver la conscience de leur propre valeur, rétablir la continuité et préserver leur identité. Pour la CER, l’aide culturelle d’urgence fait partie intégrante de l’aide humanitaire d’urgence.

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Tefaf has supported the Cultural Emergency Response programme of the Prince Claus Fund since 2008. TEFAF and the Prince Claus Fund are convinced of the importance to save art and cultural heritage after disaster or conflict. Culture and heritage provide a sense of belonging, identity and continuity which are crucial when rebuilding a community. For example, The Prince Claus Fund and Tefaf assisted...