NEW YORK, NY.- The Salon Art + Design
annually presents exclusive historic to contemporary furniture, decorative arts, and fine art from the worlds finest galleries, is pleased to announce the 2017 exhibitors for its forthcoming sixth edition from November 9 through November 13, 2017 at the Park Avenue Armory. This November the fair, produced by Sanford Smith + Associates, will showcase 50 plus galleries representing 11 countries, including 32 international galleries. The Salons inclusivity and willingness to consider both fine and decorative art in the context of contemporary life is predicated on the belief that today, more than ever, designers and collectors create environments rather than collect objects.
Following its successful fifth installment last November, which boasted more than 10,000 visitors, the 2017 edition of The Salon Art + Design will bring together a diverse and international group of art and design dealers. In addition to 22 U.S. exhibitors, this year will include a selection of European and international galleries hailing from Belgium (4), Denmark (1), France (11), Germany (1), Italy (4), Monaco (1), the Netherlands (1), Spain (1), Sweden (1), and the United Kingdom (7).
Newcomers to The Salon include Atmosphere curated by Amy Lau (U.S.), Galerie BSL (France), Chesterfield Gallery (U.S.), Galleria Rossella Colombari (Italy), Etage Projects (Denmark), Garrido Gallery (Spain), Galerie Philippe Gravier (France), Galerie Le Beau (Belgium), Daniel Lévy & Associés (Belgium), Magen H Gallery (U.S.), Galerie Negropontes (France), Liz OBrien (U.S.), Maison Rapin (France), and Twenty First Gallery (U.S.).
We are delighted to announce this extraordinary lineup of distinguished exhibitors, says Executive Director Jill Bokor. This years fair is poised to present an ever broadening spectrum of the worlds great design with an exploration of emerging architectural furniture and decorative art enhanced by blue-chip modern art. We are thrilled to celebrate the rare and unexpected material so highly sought by todays collectors and designers.
The Italian High Jewellery Maison Giampiero Bodino, founded in 2013, and part of Richemont group, will present a special jewel-box exhibition in The Armorys celebrated Library Room, a rare extant Louis Comfort Tiffany-designed interior. The exhibition will debut never-before-seen one-of-a-kind pieces inspired by the heritage, nature and history of Italy.
2017 Exhibitor List: (*Indicates first-time exhibitor)
Belgium: David Lévy & Associés*, Galerie Le Beau*, Galerie Marc Heiremans, Pierre Marie Giraud; Denmark: Etage Projects*; France: Galerie Berès, Galerie BSL*, Galerie Chastel-Maréchal, Galerie du Passage, Galerie kreo, Galerie Maria Wettergren, Galerie Negropontes*, Galerie Philippe Gravier, Maison Rapin*, Oscar Graf, Thomas Fritsch Artrium, Vallois; Germany: ammann // gallery; Italy: Galleria Rossella Colombari*, Giustini / Stagetti Galleria O. Roma, Mazzoleni, Nilufar Gallery; Monaco: M.F. Toninelli Art Moderne & Thomas Monohan Fine Art; Netherlands: Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design; Spain: Garrido Gallery; Sweden: Modernity; United Kingdom: Adrian Sassoon, David Gill Gallery, Gallery FUMI, Michael Goedhuis, Richard Nagy Ltd., Sarah Myerscough Gallery, Yves Macaux; United States: Ariadne Galleries, Atmosphere by Amy Lau*, Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, Chesterfield Gallery*, Cristina Grajales Gallery, DeLorenzo Gallery, Demisch Danant U.S., Friedman Benda, Gallery ALL, Hostler Burrows, J. Lohmann Gallery, Joan B Mirviss LTD, Liz OBrien*, Magen H Gallery*, Maison Gerard, Moderne Gallery, Nicholas Kilner, Patrick Parrish Gallery, R & Company, Twenty First Gallery*, Vivian Horan Fine Art, Wexler Gallery