salon art + design returns with 52 exhibitors including unseen works

salon art + design returns with 52 exhibitors including unseen works

Salon Art + Design returns in new york for its 11th edition

 

Salon Art + Design announces a line-up of 52 exceptional exhibitors for its 11th edition, welcoming international galleries back into the fold to present the world’s leading design – vintage, modern and contemporary – and blue-chip 20th century art. The leading collectible design and art fair produced by Sanford L. Smith + Associates returns to the Park Avenue Armory, in New York, from November 10-14, 2022. Programs of intimate events, discussions and exclusive talks are also offered, accompanying the visitors’ journey through the highly curated mixture of exhibits, including new, previously unseen material.

 

Discover the 2022 edition of Salon Art + Design — including visitor information, conversation programming, tour scheduling, and more — here.

salon art + design returns with 52 exhibitors including unseen works
(above) exhibitor Cristina Grajales, designer Aaron Poritz, Sculptural Desk

(banner) exhibitor Friedman Benda, designer gt2P – Monople Sideboard in Lacquered ash, 2021

all images courtesy of Salon Art + Design

 

 

For more than a decade, Salon Art + Design has evolved into the choice platform for exhibiting, experience, collecting and discussing design and art. A high point of New York’s Fall calendar, the fair continues to captivate audiences all around with a robust international exhibitor list. Included are also special exhibitions and the return of in-person programming that involves exclusive talks and panel discussions. Produced by Sanford L. Smith + Associates, the fair presents vintage, modern and contemporary designs, with dedication to integrate also fine and decorative art. 

salon art + design returns with 52 exhibitors including unseen works
exhibitor Cristina Grajales, designer Christophe Côme ‘Camoflauge Cabinet’ in iron and agateware, 2020

 

 

material never seen before is set to be revealed

 

For 2022, the fair welcomes back a highly international mix of exhibitors, many of whom were unable to attend 2021 due to travel restrictions. Eclectic range of works span from European to oceanic fine art and design, while material never seen before is set to be revealed. For the first time since its inception, Salon Art + Design is opening its doors to a gallery from Egypt, Le Lab Atelier, who are showing cutting-edge contemporary Middle Eastern pieces. 

 

 

‘After a highly successful, though smaller, fair in 2021, we look forward to the return of many of the international galleries who were unable to participate because of the pandemic. This year galleries from the UK, France, Sweden and China will return, joined by newcomers from Los Angeles, Texas, Egypt, France and New York. The market for collectible design has remained strong and new works are eagerly sought by collectors, so Salon is excited to showcase new, previously unseen material,’ says Jill Bokor, Executive Director of Salon Art + Design. 

salon art + design returns with 52 exhibitors including unseen works
exhibitor Galerie Negropontes, designer Jean-Christophe Malaval, Rometti 2021 Vase en céramique, edition 1/20

 

 

Many participants who have been part of the fair throughout its duration are returning, including Galerie Chastel-Marechal, Friedman Benda, Maison Gerard, Moderne, R + Company and Vallois. With a strong track record of success in the field, Salon Art + Design is welcoming new exhibitors including Armel Soyer, Boccara Gallery, Galerie Artempo, Galerie Carole Decombe, Galerie SCENE OUVERTE, Galerie Yves Gastou, GARDE, Glen Leroux, Le Lab Atelier and Mindy Solomon Gallery.

 

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exhibiting partner OT/TRA by Zimmerman Workshop, Showroom in Red Hook Brooklyn | image © John Muggenborg

salon art + design returns with 52 exhibitors including unseen works
exhibitor Maison Gerard, designer Frank Evennou – Bronze & Alabaster Cactus sconces

 

 

Salon Art + Design announces the 3rd issue of its intersection magazine

 

Visitors may also expect to have access to intimate events and exclusive, site specific commissions – a recent addition to the fair’s program. Additionally, the New York based fair is announcing the third issue of Intersection Magazine, its print publication produced in collaboration with Cultureshock Media, known for publications by entities such as Sotheby’s, the Tate, and the V&A.

salon art + design returns with 52 exhibitors including unseen works
exhibitor Gabriel et Guillaume, designer Bruno Gatta – rare floor lamp, edited by Stilnovo, Italy, 1950

salon art + design returns with 52 exhibitors including unseen works
exhibiting partner Klove Studio, designers Prateek Jain and Gautam Seth, ‘Abundance Totem’ in metal and handblown glass

salon art + design returns with 52 exhibitors including unseen works
exhibiting partner Charles Zana, Franck bridge in wood | image © Gaspard Hermach

salon art + design returns with 52 exhibitors including unseen works
exhibitor Liz O’Brien, designers David Netto and artist Jennifer Nocon, ‘Netto x Nocon’ Cutouts Fish Ceramic lamp with whipstitched paper shade, America, 2022

salon art + design returns with 52 exhibitors including unseen works
exhibitor Wexler Gallery, designer Gulla Jonsdottir – Crater Sofa in Bronze and alpaca, 2022

 

 

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exhibitor R & Company, designer RoganGregory – ‘Croissant’ lounge chairs in sculpted shearling with upholstered swivel base, 2021 | image © Joe Kramm

salon art + design returns with 52 exhibitors including unseen works
exhibitor Mindy Solomon, designer Matt Philips – ‘Stanky Leg’

 

 

2022 exhibitors: Adrian Sassoon – UK; Ariadne Galleries – US; *Armel Soyer – France; Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts – US; *Boccara Gallery – US; Carole Davenport Japanese Art – US; Converso – US; Cristina Grajales Gallery – US; David Gill Gallery – UK; Dobrinka Salzman Gallery – US; Donzella – US; Friedman Benda – US; *Galerie Artempo – UK / US; *Galerie Carole Decombe – France / US; Galerie Chastel-Maréchal – France; Galerie Gabriel et Guillaume – Beirut / France / USA; Galerie Marcilhac – France; Galerie Negropontes – France; Galerie SCENE OUVERTE – France; *Galerie Yves Gastou – France; Gallery All – China / US; Gallery FUMI – UK; *GARDE – US; Glass Past – US; *Glen Leroux – US; Heller Gallery – US; Hostler Burrows – US; J. Lohmann Gallery – US; Karl Kemp – US; *Le Lab Atelier – Egypt; Lebreton Gallery – USA / France; Liz O’Brien – US; Lobel Modern – US; Magen H Gallery – US; Maison Gerard – US; Maison Rapin – France; Mindy Solomon Gallery – US; Moderne Gallery – US; Modernity – Sweden; Opera Gallery – US / UK / France / Switzerland / Asia; Ornamentum Gallery – US; Pace African & Oceanic Art – US; Phoenix Ancient Art – Switzerland / US; Portuondo Gallery – Spain / UK / US; R & Company – US; Tambaran – US; The Future Perfect – US; Thomas Fritsch – Artrium – France; Throckmorton Fine Art; Todd Merrill Studios – US; Twenty First Gallery – US; Wexler Gallery – US

 

*New this year

 

 

project info:

 

name: Salon Art + Design

location: Park Armory Avenue, New York, NY, USA

dates: November 10-14, 2022

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