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Nov 4, 2017

Select art and collectable design Fair Salon NY returns from 10 to 13 November; featuring innovative contemporary and iconic historical works from our favourite galleries.

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Salon NY returns to the Park Avenue Armory for its sixth edition (10 to 13 November). The boutique fair brings together a select group of art, antique, and collectable design galleries; presenting both historical and contemporary works. This year’s offering comprises 50 of the world’s leading galleries, from 11 different countries. 14 of these platforms hail from Belgium and France, including Galerie BSL, Pierre Marie Giraud, and Thomas Fritsch.

Other TLmag favourites include Gallery ALL, ammann // gallery, Friedman Benda,  FUMI, Demisch Danant, David Gill, Cristina Grajales, Sarah Myerscough, Nilufar, Patrick Parrish, Priveekollektie, J. Lohmann, Adrian Sassoon, Galerie Maria Wettergren, and Adrian Sassoon; newcomers Copenhagen-based Etage Projects and New York-based Twenty First Gallery.Highlights will span different mediums and materials including experimental ceramics, haptic furniture, geometric lighting fixtures, and whimsical sculptures. A few galleries will explore the resurgence of Art Nouveau.

“This year’s fair is poised to present an ever broadening spectrum of the world’s great design with an exploration of emerging architectural furniture and decorative art enhanced by blue chip modern art,” explains Salon NY Executive Director Jill Bokor. “We are thrilled to celebrate the rare and unexpected material so highly sought by today’s collectors and designers.”

Salon NY: 10 – 13 November
The Park Avenue Armory: 643 Park Avenue, NY

Sakiyama Takayuki, Joan B Mirviss LTD
Sakiyama Takayuki, Joan B Mirviss LTD
Waiting For Godot C by Bae Sejin, J. Lohmann Gallery
Waiting For Godot C by Bae Sejin, J. Lohmann Gallery
Volta I by Kristina Riska, Hostler Burrows
Volta I by Kristina Riska, Hostler Burrows
Verre D’églomisé No 15 by Barbara Nanning, J. Lohmann Gallery
Verre D’églomisé No 15 by Barbara Nanning, J. Lohmann Gallery
Magnifier Ceiling Lamp by Formafantasma, Giustini_Stagetti_
Magnifier Ceiling Lamp by Formafantasma, Giustini_Stagetti_
Jinishi Pink Jade Coffee by Studio MVW, Galerie BSL
Jinishi Pink Jade Coffee by Studio MVW, Galerie BSL
2a.b. Rectangular Cupside low table with facets in gold, Garrido Gallery
2a.b. Rectangular Cupside low table with facets in gold, Garrido Gallery
Glass Pallert by Study O Portable, Gallery FUMI
Glass Pallert by Study O Portable, Gallery FUMI
Pair of stools by Giò Ponti, Galleria Rossella Colombari
Pair of stools by Giò Ponti, Galleria Rossella Colombari
Concrete Table by Jens Peter Schmid, Demisch Danant
Concrete Table by Jens Peter Schmid, Demisch Danant
Rendez-Vous by Glithero, Gallery_Fumi
Rendez-Vous by Glithero, Gallery_Fumi
Music Stand by Wharton Esherick, Moderne Gallery
Music Stand by Wharton Esherick, Moderne Gallery
Armchair “the Ring Chair” number 25 by Illum Wikkelsö for Niels Eilersen, Modernity
Armchair “the Ring Chair” number 25 by Illum Wikkelsö for Niels Eilersen, Modernity
Roly-Poly Chair Water by Faye Toogood, Freidman Benda
Roly-Poly Chair Water by Faye Toogood, Freidman Benda
Lotus Sofa by Zhipeng Tan, Gallery All
Lotus Sofa by Zhipeng Tan, Gallery All
 Trine Chairs by John Makepeace, Sarah Myerscough Gallery
Trine Chairs by John Makepeace, Sarah Myerscough Gallery
Flora Large Table by Marcin Rusak, Twenty First Gallery
Flora Large Table by Marcin Rusak, Twenty First Gallery
Propagation Project, Pinecone Mutation by Juko Mori, Adrian Sassoon Gallery
Propagation Project, Pinecone Mutation by Juko Mori, Adrian Sassoon Gallery
Patrick Parrish Gallery
Patrick Parrish Gallery
Colour Saturation; Red Column by Colin Reid, Adrian Sassoon Gallery
Colour Saturation; Red Column by Colin Reid, Adrian Sassoon Gallery
Infinity Net by Kusama, David Levy
Infinity Net by Kusama, David Levy
Ombré Glass Chair by Germans, Amy Lau__
Ombré Glass Chair by Germans, Amy Lau
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