Natasha Gural, « Exquisite Booths At TEFAF Maastricht Rival Exceptional Objects And Robust Sales », Forbes, 28 juin 2022 : « (…) Oscillate between centuries with French contemporary artist Alexandre-Benjamin Navet, whose playful work spans fine art, fashion, and design using textiles and decoration, oil pastel frescoes, objets d’art, drawings, and watercolors. Navet lends a contemporary embellishment to the Christophe de Quénetain of booth. The juxtaposition reframes objects like La Marine, a delicate yet fierce, early eighteenth-century white marble sculpture by Louis Claude Vassé and Antoine-François Vassé. Originally in the Vassé family collection, it most recently was part of Baron Gustave de Rothschild’s collection at the Hôtel de Marigny, a townhouse in Paris on the Avenue Marigny, not far from the Elysée Palace. (…) »