NEW YORK, NY.-
Liz Lees and Meg Wendy jointly announce that they have changed the name of the New York Ceramics Fair to the New York Ceramics and Glass Fair
"With glass being recognized as an established art form, we are excited to give it more emphasis, says founding director Liz Lees, "and because this category has attracted a new wave of collectors, Meg and I are very excited about these new additions to our fair." They also report that an an additional floor will be devoted to contemporary ceramics and glass.
The only fair of its kind in the United States featuring ceramics, pottery and glass from the 17th to 21st centuries, The New York Ceramics and Glass Fair will open to the public on January 21-25, 2015, at the historic Bohemian National Hall, 321 East 73rd Street. The opening night preview will be held on Tuesday, January 20, marking the start of winter's numerous art and design fairs.
Thirty-five top-tier vetted galleries and private dealers from the United States, China, Great Britain, Holland and Turkey will participate. Among the new exhibitors are: Iliad Antik (New York), Red Royalty Gallery (New York), Galerie Dumonteil (New York, Paris, Shanghai), Martin Chasin Fine Arts (Fairfield, CT), Polka Dot Antiques (Waccabuc, NY) and Chen Yan Arts (China), making his U.S. debut.
Those returning to the fold are: Anavian Gallery (New York), Van Geenen Antiques (Delft, Holland), Garry Atkins (London), Martin Cohen (New York), Martyn Edgell Antiques Ltd. (London), Michelle Erickson (Hampton, VA), Ferrin Contemporary (Cummington, MA), Iznik Classics (Istanbul, Turkey), Haggerty Ceramics (Santa Barbara, CA), Jeffrey S. Evans (Harrison, VA), Katherine Houston Porcelain (Boston), Roderick Jellicoe (London), Leo Kaplan Ltd. (New York), Kinghams Art Pottery (London), Lee Gallery (Stevens PA), Moylan/Smelkinson (Baltimore), Polly Latham Asian Art (Boston), John Pagliaro (New York), Sylvia Powell Decorative Arts (London), Santos (London), Ian Simmonds (Carlisle, PA), The Stradlings (New York), Philip Suval Inc. (Virginia), TOJ Gallery (Annapolis, MD), Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge (New York), Warren Antiques (Wilton CT), Mark J. West (Redhill, England) and Lynda Willauer Antiques (Nantucket, MA).
The New York Ceramics and Glass Fair, which takes place on three floors of the Bohemian National Hall, 321 East 73rd Street (between First and Second Avenues), opens to the public on Wednesday, January 21, and runs through Sunday, January 25. Hours are 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, and on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets, including catalog, are $20 per person and can be used throughout the duration of the fair.
As always, the New York Ceramics and Glass Fair will present a series of informative lectures by prominent experts.