Salon Art + Design is returning this year to the cold Park Avenue Armory, in New York City. This event will take place from days 8 to 12 of November, and at this year’s fair, it will count with the presence of 11 countries.
I Lobo You has gathered some of the best galleries and solo artists that will be presenting at this year’s event, so you can have an idea of what Salon Art + Design has to offer.
For its annual exhibition at The Salon Art + Design, Friedman Benda will present, Dialogues, bringing three emerging voices in context with the groundbreaking Italian architect and designer, Ettore Sottsass.
Providing to Salon Art + Design‘s visitors an experience of witnessing first-hand fine and decorative art in the context of contemporary life, The Salon is proud to be the only international fair of this caliber. Being the only fair that combines styles, genres, and periods, this event cuts a universal and timeless swath.
Sneak Peeks of 2018: Priveekollektie Gallery
As expected from this event, Salon Art + Design will show wares ranging from Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Mid Century Modern from America, France, Italy, and Scandinavia to modern art. As if you were traveling through the history of art all at the same place while exploring the fifty-six galleries!
“Few fairs today include the range of both fine and decorative arts found at the Salon,” says executive director Jill Bokor.
Sneak Peeks of 2018: Modernity Gallery – Behive Lamp
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Sneak Peeks of 2018: Wexler Gallery – Monkey Table – Judy Mc
Sneak Peeks of 2018: Galerie BSL – Pia Maria Raeder – Sea Anemo
Salon Art + Design‘s exhibitors are chosen for their specific creativity in creating objects that defy the artistic expectations while having a contemporary touch, but always in mind for an impeccable quality of materials and execution.
Visitors will find designs by the great 20th century masters, as well as creative works by today’s most innovative young artists, that present their material with a creative design in a way that predicts and reflects trends in the international culture living.
Sneak Peeks of 2018: Twenty-First Gallery – Fauteuil
Sneak Peeks of 2018: David Gill Mattia