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The Salon Art + Design Announces Exhibitors for 2018

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The Salon Art + Design, which presents historical, modern and contemporary furniture, design and late 19th through 21st-century art, has announced its 2018 exhibitors. The fair will once again return to the Park Avenue Armory to kick off the fair’s seventh edition from November 8 through November 12, 2018 with its “First Look Preview” which will benefit the Dia Art Foundation on Thursday, November 8 from 4-5PM. 

 

The list of exhibitors includes more than 56 galleries representing 11 countries, including 30 international galleries who will showcase artworks from classic and abstract antiquities to Art Nouveau, Deco, Mid Century Modern and the 1970’s, 80’s and 90’s culminating in the latest work of emerging masters.

 

The exhibitor list includes more than 12 new galleries making their Salon debut including Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz (France), Chahan Gallery (France), Donzella (U.S.), Galerie de la Béraudiére (Belgium), Galerie Hervout (France), Glass Past (U.S.), Heller Gallery (U.S.), Mouvements Moderns (France), and The Future Perfect (U.S.).

 

“As The Salon’s success is predicated on the quality of its galleries and the material they exhibit, we are proud to announce this outstanding lineup of exceptional exhibitors,” says Executive Director Jill Bokor. “Few fairs today include the range of both fine and decorative arts found at The Salon. Recognizing the desire of collectors and interior designers to create environments rather than simply amass objects, the Salon exhibitors are chosen for their precise and creative way of presenting material that both predicts and reflects trends in the international culture of living. Ultimately, The Salon is curated on the premise that collectors and designers insist on a vibrant, uncommon array of styles, materials, and periods as long as the quality is impeccable.”

 

See the exhibitor list below. *Indicates first-time exhibitor

 

Adrian Sassoon – U.K. 20th Century and Contemporary Glass

ammann // gallery – Germany Contemporary European Design

Ariadne Galleries – U.S. Classical Antiquities

Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts – U.S. 20th Century International Art and Design

* Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz – France Antique and Exotic Wallpapers / Oceanic Art

* Chahan Gallery – France Vintage and Contemporary Design

Cristina Grajales Gallery – U.S. Contemporary International Design

Dansk Mobelkunst – Denmark Modern Danish Design

David Gill Gallery – U.K. Contemporary International Design

David Lévy & Associés – Belgium 20th Century Avant Garde Art

Demisch Danant – U.S. Mid-Century French Design

* Donzella – U.S. Post-war International Design

Friedman Benda – U.S. Contemporary International Design

Galerie BSL – France Contemporary European Design

Galerie Chastel-Maréchal – France 20th Century French Design

* Galerie de la Béraudiére – Belgium Fine Art from the 20th Century

* Galerie Hervouet – France French Design from the 70s, 80s, and 90s

Galerie kreo – France Modern and Contemporary Lighting and Design

Galerie Maria Wettergren – France Contemporary Scandinavian Design + Art

Galerie Negropontes – France Contemporary French Design

Galleria Rossella Colombari – Italy 20th Century Italian Design

Gallery FUMI – U.K. Contemporary British and European Design

Garrido Gallery – Spain Contemporary Spanish Design

Giustini / Stagetti Galleria O. Roma – Italy Modern and Contemporary Italian Design

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* Glass Past – U.S. Mid-century Italian Glass

* Heller Gallery – U.S. Contemporary Glass

Hostler Burrows – U.S. Modern and Contemporary International Design

Lohmann Gallery – U.S. Contemporary Ceramics

Karl Kemp Antiques – U.S. Furniture & Decorative Arts

Liz O’Brien – U.S. Modern and Contemporary American and European Design

Lost City Arts– U.S. 20th Century Furniture Design

Magen H Gallery – U.S. Modern International Design

Maison Gerard – U.S. Modern and Contemporary European and American Design

Maison Rapin – France 20th Century and Contemporary Design

Mazzoleni Art – U.K. Modern Italian Art

M.F. Toninelli Art Moderne & Thomas Monahan Fine Art – Monaco / U.S. 20th Century Italian Art

Michael Goedhuis – U.K. Contemporary Chinese Art

Moderne Gallery – U.S. Modern American Studio Furniture and Decorations

Modernity – Sweden Vintage and Modern Scandinavian Furniture and Design

* Mouvements Modernes – France Late 20th Century and Contemporary French Design

Nicholas Kilner – U.S. Modern and Contemporary Italian Design

Nilufar Gallery– Italy Modern and Contemporary Italian Design

Patrick Parrish Gallery – U.S. Modern and Contemporary Design

* Phoenix Ancient Art – Switzerland / U.S. Ancient and Modern Art

Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design – Netherlands Contemporary International Art and Design

R & Company – U.S. Contemporary Design

Sarah Myerscough Gallery – U.K. Contemporary British Design

* Southern Guild – South Africa Contemporary South African Design

* The Future Perfect – U.S. Contemporary International Design

Thomas Fritsch – Artrium – France Mid-Century European Ceramics and Glass

Todd Merrill Studio – U.S. 20th Century & 21st Century Furniture and Lighting

Twenty First Gallery – U.S. Contemporary International Design

Vallois – France 20th Century French Design

Wexler Gallery – U.S. Contemporary American Design and Art

Yves Macaux – Belgium Modern European Design

 

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top image // David Gill Gallery booth, 2017