The Salon Art + Design hosts the world’s finest galleries in historical, modern and contemporary art and design. Visitors will find works from the great cabinet makers of 18th century France to English Arts + Crafts, Art Deco, Mid Century Modern to today’s newest up-and-coming designers.
SEE ALSO – REVIEW OF BDNY 2015: HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SHOWNow in its fourth year, the Salon Art + Design fair, cosponsored by Architectural Digest,has established itself as one of New York’s most electrifying events for collectors. More than 50 top international dealers—London’s David Gill Gallery, Paris’s Galerie Kreo, and Stockholm’s Modernity among them—will fill the Park Avenue Armory November 12–16 with everything from 18th-century cabinets to whimsical seating by today’s cutting-edge talents. One of the most highly anticipated first-time exhibitors is Milan’s Nilufar, which debuts with lighting designer Lindsey Adelman’s new Fringe series—long-armed fixtures dripping with delicate brass chains.Installed at the Park Avenue Armory for a third season, it caters to browing design aficionados s well as trophy-condo buyers and their interior designers with a mix of furniture from the 18th to the 21st centuries and an even wder range of art.The Salon’s 55 exhibitors skew European, with nearly half coming from Paris. This makes it an excellent source of Art Deco antiques, Jean Prouvé furniture and other French specialties. But its uderstated gray-and-white booths also hold Japanese ceramics, German Expressionist drawings and African and pre-Columbian sculpture.