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Salon Art + Design NY Highlights

Mounted at the Park Avenue Armory, the Salon Art + Design – 12 -16 November – brought together the worlds of contemporary limited edition, vintage, craft-led art and design. Putting their best foot forward, some of the world’s top design-art players: Ammann Gallery, Carpenters Workshop Gallery,  David...
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Mounted at the Park Avenue Armory, the Salon Art + Design – 12 -16 November – brought together the worlds of contemporary limited edition, vintage, craft-led art and design. Putting their best foot forward, some of the world’s top design-art players: Ammann Gallery, Carpenters Workshop Gallery,  David Gill, J. Lohmann, Nilufar, Priveekollektie, Galerie Maria Wettergren and antiques-cum-interior expert Axel Vervoordt stool the show with iconic works fit for a New York audience. However eclectic, the rich selection and grouping of specialised platforms had original Le Corbusier, Perriand, Jeanneret B301 Armchairs (presented by Berlin-based Galerie Ulrich Fiedler) up against Robert Stadler‘s Cut Past #1 Console (presented by Paris, London and New York-based Carpenters Workshop Gallery) or Kate Malone‘s Giant Magma Atomic Vases present by London-based ceramics forerunner Adrian Sassoon). A true highlight was Niamh Barry‘s open-structure and sketch-like Walking light installation, presented by New York-based Todd Merill Studio: handmade from polished and patinated bronze mirrors, glass opal tiles and imbedded LEDS. Salon Art + Design was a true gem on the annual fair circuit.

Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Antwerp
Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Antwerp
J. Lohmann Gallery, New York
J. Lohmann Gallery, New York
Priveekollektie, Heusden aan Zee
Priveekollektie, Heusden aan Zee
Walking by Niamh Barry at Todd Merrill Studio, New York
Walking by Niamh Barry at Todd Merrill Studio, New York
Insula by Gjertrud Hals at Maria Wettergren Gallery, Paris
Insula by Gjertrud Hals at Maria Wettergren Gallery, Paris
THE SALON ART + DESIGN: VERNISSAGE 2015
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