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Fair Guide

SALON CONVERSATIONS

PRIVEEKOLLEKTIE GALLERY KREO CONTEMPORARY ART | DESIGN

TWENTY FIRST GALLERY

CHAHAN GALLERY

D5

D7

HOSTLER BURROWS

D3

APPARATUS

SOLLANDS COLLECTORS LOUNGE

YVES MACAUX

PARK AVENUE ENTRANCE

BERNARD GOLDBERG FINE ARTS

C1

GALLERY ALL

D2

D4

DONZELLA

THE FUTURE PERFECT

NICHO KILN

GALERIE DE LA BÉRAUDIÈRE

C3

D1

C2

FRIEDMAN BENDA

POLLARO

C5

MODERNITY

H BU

B1

THE PROTAGONIST CURATED BY VOGUE ITALA

LALIQUE

POLLARO

VALLOIS

R& COMPANY

B3

A2

DAVID GILL GALLERY

A1

B2

PATRICK PARRISH GALERIE GALLERY CHASTEL-MAR GIUSTINI / STAGETTI

COAT CHECK XI CAFE BY SIX SENSES MATHIEU LEHANNEUR

B4

A3

WEXLER

A

A4

A6

A8

ARIADNE GALLERIES

DEMISCH DANANT

AMMANN // GALLERY


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MODERNE GALLERY

CRISTINA GRAJALES GALLERY

HELLER GALLERY

GABRIEL & GUILLAUME

WONDERGLASS

D9

D11

D13

D15

D17

D6

D8

D10

GALERIE BSL

PORTUONDO

OPERA GALLERY

SARAH MYERSCOUGH GALLERY

OLAS NER

CHARLES BURNAND

C9

C11

C4

C6

TODD MERRILL STUDIO

GEOFFREY DINER GALLERY

PHOENIX ANCIENT ART

ADRIAN SASSOON

B7

B9

B5 B6

E RÉCHAL

B8

GALERIE NEGROPONTES

R GALLERY

B10

SIDE GALLERY

LEGADO ARTE

THOMAS FRITSCH - ARTRIUM

MAISON RAPIN

A7

A9

A5

PETER BLAKE GALLERY

D21

C13

CASATI GALLERY

C7

HOSTLER URROWS

D19

D23 MAZZOLENI, LONDON-TORINO

B11

ABA GALLERY

MAISON GERARD

A22

KARL KEMP

A13 NILUFAR GALLERY

A11

A20

A10

A12

A14

A16

A18

LIZ O’BRIEN

MAGEN H GALLERY

GARRIDO GALLERY

HERITAGE GALLERY

J. LOHMANN GALLERY

LEXINGTON AVENUE

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GALLERY FUMI

LOST CITY ARTS

GLASS PAST

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Exhibiting Galleries ABA Gallery ammann // gallery Ariadne Galleries Galerie de la Béraudière Peter Blake Gallery Galerie BSL Charles Burnand Casati Gallery Chahan Gallery Galerie Chastel-Maréchal Demisch Danant Geoffrey Diner Gallery Donzella Friedman Benda Thomas Fritsch - Artrium Gallery FUMI The Future Perfect Garrido Gallery David Gill Gallery Giustini / Stagetti Glass Past New York Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts Cristina Grajales Gallery Gabriel & Guillaume Heller Gallery Heritage International Art Gallery Hostler Burrows Karl Kemp Nicholas Kilner

Legado Arte J. Lohmann Gallery Lost City Arts Yves Macaux Magen H Gallery Maison Gerard Maison Rapin Mazzoleni, London - Torino Todd Merrill Studio Moderne Gallery Modernity Sarah Myerscough Gallery Galerie Negropontes Nilufar Gallery Liz O’Brien Opera Gallery Patrick Parrish Gallery Phoenix Ancient Art Portuondo Priveekollektie Contemporary Art| Design R & Company Adrian Sassoon SIDE Gallery Twenty First Gallery Vallois Wexler Gallery WonderGlass

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Welcome to Salon Art + Design! Now in its eighth edition, our 56 galleries come from all over the world. New exhibitors this year include galleries from Russia, Brazil and Lebanon. Objects range from an ancient bust circa 1000 BC to the newest trends including work made from a 3D printer. The best of every culture, decade, and movement in design is represented at Salon. We hope you enjoy your visit.

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Tickets

Thursday, November 14

Daily Ticket $30 Run of Fair Ticket (one entry daily) $55 Student Ticket (with valid ID) $10

First Look: Preview to Benefit Dia Art Foundation From 4pm, Tickets $250 Collectors Preview (By invitation only) From 5pm

Tickets available at the door or thesalonny.com

Vernissage From 7pm, Tickets $150 Friday, November 15 *

11am–8pm

Saturday, November 16 11am–7pm Sunday, November 17

For group rates contact groupsales@thesalonny.com

11am–7pm

Park Avenue Armory 643 Park Avenue (Between 66th and 67th Streets)

Monday, November 18 11am–5pm The XI Cafe by Six Senses and special exhibitions open daily at 10am

* Cocktail Party to Benefit Planned Parenthood NY 6pm–8pm For tickets call (212) 965-7159

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Special Exhibitions + Installations

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Exceptional exhibitions and installations fill the historic rooms of the Armory. Be sure to visit our partners’ breathtaking creations which are housed along the building’s front halls.

Library Apparatus is a Manhattan based design studio that explores lighting, furniture, and objects in immersive environments, interpreting the historical and the cultural through a modern lens. Drawing on a vocabulary of desire, Creative Director Gabriel Hendifar constructs the studio’s work in narratives. The studio is an everevolving articulation of considered spaces and the things that live within them, inspired by the modernist principle of Gesamtkunstwer k, a total work of art.

Entrance to Drill Hall Pollaro creates hand-made custom furniture for residences, superyachts, corporate suites, boutique hotels, and retail interiors. They produce the finest chairs in the world, tailoring each seat to the exact body dimensions of their clients. For over 30 years, they have served the most renowned firms in the global design and architecture community. Pollaro’s furniture is produced in their own workshop, with all operations at one location in New Jersey. Each piece is made entirely by hand, with extreme attention to detail. Wood Theater, which dramatically presents the world’s largest private collection of exotic woods, is a delight to the senses. Pollaro is guided by a single philosophy: To elevate furniture to become art that is soulful and immaculately designed; art that celebrates extraordinary materials. Art made by the warmth of hand and heart.


Special Exhibitions + Installations

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Parlor Lalique partners with British wall covering atelier Fromental to create an installation celebrating the iconic motifs of the French heritage brand. Walls will be lined with varying themes, each telling a story leading the visitor through fountains to a laurel grove decorated with Lalique Bacchantes figures. The concept is lush, bright and heavily influenced by the three F’s that define the Lalique brand: femme, flora and fauna. The installation includes classic Lalique creations; the Cactus console, the Coutard panels, the Laurel panels, and the introduction of a new lighting collection–a collaboration with renowned designer Pierre-Yves Rochon. In the installation is the US debut of the ‘Hirondelles’ wallpaper, a stunning handcrafted silk wall covering which has been expertly hand painted and finely embroidered by Fromental master craftspeople to cleverly incorporate Lalique crystal

Colonels Room At the forefront of the international design scene, Mathieu Lehanneur is one of the few designers of his generation with a genuine multi-disciplinary approach to creativity: his projects stretch the realms of product design and object to architecture, craft and technology. Lehanneur thrives on creating spectacular projects that are intended to enchant and to encourage wellbeing. His work defies traditional descriptions of ‘design,’ ‘science’ and ‘art.’


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Mary Divver Room The Protagonist exhibit, curated by Vogue Italia and led by artistic director and haute jewelry designer, Alexandra Mor, celebrates the best in mindful and sustainable fine jewelry. Encompassing the initiative to use environmentally friendly materials in high jewelry design, the 2019 Protagonist Exhibit will launch a three-year collaboration with The Salon Art + Design and will feature jewelry designs by 15 leading fine jewelry design houses, including: Alessio Boschi, Alexandra Mor, Alexander Laut, Amedeo by Faraone Mennella, Chiara Passoni, Chris Davies, Feng J, Munnu The Gem Palace, Karen Suen, KBrunini, Liza Borzaya, Lydia Courteille, Neha Dani, Peggy Guinness, and Yair Shimansky.

The Superintendent’s Room Collectors Lounge Designed by SOLL ANDS, Co-Sponsored by H E N N ES SY PAR AD IS IMPERIAL (EN T R A N C E WIT H C OLLECTORS CARD)

Sollands gallery, in the heart of Mayfair, displays a strikingly curated collection of unique art furniture, which bears the signature style of Grazyna (Gra) Solland, strong sculptural statements, bold use of colors, and highly innovative and individual designs combining natural wood, lacquer, stainless steel, sterling silver and semi precious stones, together with embroidered leather and luxurious fabrics. Working with both traditional and contemporary methods, together with the attention to detail and exacting quality are a hallmark of Gra’s exquisite creations.


Events at Salon

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Designer Tours Top designers and architects conduct tours of the fair, highlighting their favorite pieces and pointing out trends in the design world. This year’s tours will be led by Amy Lau, Sandra Nunnerley, Kristen McGinnis, and Richard Rabel among others. To register for a tour, please check events at thesalonny.com

Salon Conversations

Field and Staff Room, North Hall

Designed for Living Well—A Conversation with Visionaries from The XI Friday, November 15, 2pm Dorothée Boissier of Gilles & Boissier, Neil Jacobs, CEO Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas, and Adam Rolston, Creative & Managing Director, Partner at INC Architecture & Design in conversation about great interior design, health & wellness, and travel today.

Collecting Fine Jewelry in a Sustainable World Saturday, November 16, 1pm A conversation around jewelry collecting in the 21st century and beyond. Currently, many collectors are holding items, such as ivory and coral that are shunned in the market. The extraction of these materials is not sustainable and harms our environment; therefore, they are not in high demand. The future of jewelry collecting is sustainable, natural, non-synthetic, ethereal, and respectful both to the environment and the people sourcing it. This conversation brings together like-minded fine jewelry professionals, who can act as a concrete resource to collectors looking for guidance in the art of collecting jewelry. As insiders in this field the goal is to promote the best artisanal practices this industry has to offer.


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Art of Living—Designing for Collectors Saturday, November 16, 3:30pm Integrating interior design, fine art, and collectible design is a challenge today, as the lines between these disciplines grow less distinct. Design journalist Pilar Viladas and three leaders in the design field will discuss the ways in which designers create interiors for collectors of art and design, and how designers approach creating one-off and limited-edition objects that appeal to collectors. At a time when the lines between art and design are becoming increasingly blurred, the topic is a timely one.

Material Affects—A Conversation with Mathieu Lehanneur and William Hanley, Editor in Chief of Dwell magazine Sunday, November 17, 2pm The Paris-based designer is known for work that defies easy interpretation by evoking mysterious or cosmic forces and enacting tricks of perception that give his objects a sense of playful ambiguity. At Salon, William Hanley and Mathieu Lehanneur discuss perception, magic, and play in Mathieu’s recent work, including his installation “Soldier’s Retreat,” which plays off of its location in the Colonels Room at Park Avenue Armory. “I wanted to create a space absolutely isolated from the turmoil of the world. A place where time is suspended, an Eden’s Garden. Like a peace found after the battlefields.” Lehanneur says.

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Beyond Aesthetics: The Soul of the Artisan Sunday, November 17, 4pm Wider accessibility to goods and craftsmanship once considered nearly unattainable has redefined the concept of luxury design to emphasize the experiential—pieces imbued with a narrative that evokes an emotional response. In the hands of artisans, traditional and historical references become modern, relevant, and meaningful. Design doyenne Margaret Russell leads a panel discussion on bespoke and limited-edition furnishings, focusing on exquisite materials, impeccable design, and flawless handcrafting—as well as the idea of how artisanship today can be enriched by state-of-the-art technology. Margaret is joined by creative, highly influential leaders in the world of luxury design including Frank Pollaro, president and CEO of Pollaro, and Gabriel Hendifar, creative director of Apparatus.

All programming subject to change. For updates and more information, please visit thesalonny.com


Lead Partners

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The XI, Architecture & Real Estate Partner Salon Art + Design celebrates The XI, Bjarke Ingels’ travertine and bronze masterwork, comprised of two towers that are now the tallest in West Chelsea. Offering 236 condominium residences with interiors by renowned designers Gilles & Boissier, Gabellini Sheppard, and introducing the West Tower Penthouses by Pierre Yovanovitch, with the first North American hotel for Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas (World’s #1 Hotel Brand, Travel & Leisure 2017- 2019). Six Senses is recognized as a true pioneer of wellness, delivering innovative treatments, best-in-class experiences, and culinary offerings that are as indulgent as they are health-conscious. Owners will enjoy over 60,000 SF of amenities curated and managed by Six Senses. To learn more, please visit The XI Cafe by Six Senses in the Board of Officers Room in the South Hall Website: www.thexi.com, and Instagram: @thexinyc

Moët Hennessy Paradis Imperial Created by the 7th generation Master Blender Yann Fillioux in 2011, Hennessy Paradis Imperial exemplifies the art of selection, maturation and blending. Only 10 out of 10,000 eaux de-vie of any given vintage are eligible to become part of this blend. Hennessy Paradis Imperial defies preconceptions about aged cognacs—the golden hue of the cognac is surprising and unprecedented for eaux-de-vie of this age. On the nose, floral freshness of jasmine and orange blossom blend with the subtle herbal notes. Hennessy Paradis Imperial ultimately made of precision.


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How to Spend It, Global Media Partner Distributed globally 34 times a year with the Financial Times, ‘How To Spend It’ is a glossy lifestyle magazine of worldly pleasures for a discerning, affluent audience. The intelligent and innovative editorial informs high-value purchase decisions as well as quality time spent through arts, interiors, fashion, fine living, food & drink, luxury goods, travel, and technology. The magazine extends to an open-access website hosting original and actionable content from best-in-class writers, columnists, and influencers. How to Spend It can also be enjoyed by downloading the digital app on a mobile phone or on howtospendit.com. Moët Chandon Grand Vintage Collection Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage champagnes are aged wines of distinguished character and represent Cellar Master Benoit Gouez’s individual creation and personal interpretation of a vintage year. Every Grand Vintage wine is original, created from a selection of a single year’s most remarkable wines, and with respect for the individuality of each vintage. The wines are a blend based on the Cellar Master’s subjective and emotional assessment of the personality and potential of each grape variety. A bold example of Moët’s winemaking excellence and savoir-faire, the 2012 Grand Vintage makers the House’s 74th vintage wine since the first release in 1842, and has been aged for 5 years in the House’s historic Grand Vintage Reserve cellars in Epernay for more refined maturity.


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2019 Salon Art + Design Brochure  

Welcome to the 2019 Salon Art + Design offering a highly curated selection of highly collectible decorative design and fine art. Prized vint...

2019 Salon Art + Design Brochure  

Welcome to the 2019 Salon Art + Design offering a highly curated selection of highly collectible decorative design and fine art. Prized vint...