LONDON.- Pavilion of Art & Design London announced the confirmed participation of forty-two prominent international dealers from the fields of Modern Art, Design and Decorative Arts. This makes a strong start for organisers Patrick Perrin and Stéphane Custot who are currently selecting the five last galleries from a large array of keen participants from Europe and the United States. The fourth edition of the London fair, running concurrently with Frieze, will return to Berkeley Square in Mayfair from the 13th to 17th October 2010.
This year London-based dealer Tim Jeffries from Hamiltons will join forces with Michael Hoppen Gallery to offer an extraordinary survey of limited-edition photography, ranging from vintage to contemporary. Sculpture will come in force with the first-time participation of Robin Katz from Robin Katz Fine Art. On the design front, Andrew Lamberty (London) and Galerie Willy Huybrechts (Paris) will bring the highlights of their collections, while Zurich-based dealers Krystyna Gmurzynska and Mathias Rastorfer from Galerie Gmurzynska will feature a wide selection of Modern and Classic Contemporary paintings. The fairs strong Modern Art faction will be joined by The Mayor Gallery (London), Stellan Holm Gallery (New York), Thomas Gibson Fine Art Ltd (London), Jablonka Galerie (Köln), Bernard Jacobson (London) and Simon Dickinson Fine Art (London).
Returning galleries include Carpenters Workshop Gallery (London), Barry Friedman Ltd (New York), Galerie Downtown (Paris), Ben Brown Fine Arts (London), Van de Weghe Fine Art (New York), Faggionato Fine Arts (London), Galerie Vedovi (Paris/Brussels), Richard Nagy Ltd (London), Todd Merrill Studio Contemporary (New York), Louisa Guinness Gallery (London), Rossella Colombari (Milan) and Custot Gallery Ltd (London).
In addition to exhibiting some of the most significant and museum-quality works of Modern Art, Design and Decorative Arts from 1860 to today, the panorama of this years Pavilion of Art & Design London will expand to include Oceanic and Tribal Art. The fair will maintain its elegant Parisian look and feel, with each stand being a small cabinet de curiosités of the most exquisite pieces these fields have to offer.
With the success of last years collaboration, Pavilion of Art & Design London is also pleased to announce the return of the NSPCC as our charity partner.