Page 1


ABOUT THE SALON PARTNERS

Preview Evening Thursday, November 8 First Look: Champagne Preview Benefitting Dia Art Foundation 4pm   Collector’s Preview 5pm   Vernissage 7pm Salon Hours Friday, November 9 11am – 8pm Saturday, November 10 11am – 7pm Sunday, November 11 11am – 7pm Monday, November 12 11am – 5pm

THE FIRST ESTABLISHED CHAMPAGNE HOUSE

Café opens at 10am daily MEDIA & CULTURAL PARTNERS

Park Avenue Armory 643 Park Avenue

between 66th & 67th Streets

PRODUCED BY SANFORD L. SMITH + ASSOCIATES LTD thesalonny.com #thesalonny @theSalonNY


WELCOME

Design aficionados are always curious to hear about the latest trends. Asked frequently if The Salon is a bellwether, it occurs to me to say that The Salon Art + Design both reflects and predicts the currently and imminently trend worthy. That The Salon boasts the best material in the world is due to our 57 extraordinary exhibitors—each unparalleled in their fields. This year we welcome two leading dealers in ancient art, which preordained all things to come. Moving swiftly through millennia, the next stop is a quick glimpse of early 19th century wallpaper paired with Oceanic material. The tour of the 20th century begins with a jaw-dropping chandelier attributed to Koloman Moser. The breadth and depth of twentieth century art and design continues, not missing a movement or genre from Deco to International Mid-century to the mischievous iconoclasm of the ‘80’s and 90’s. Among so many extraordinary installations, there’s a complete Frank Lloyd Wright installation, never before presented to the public. The contemporary design is a comprehensive view of the best work from the beginning of the 21st Century through this moment. Each year our purview becomes more inclusive; we welcome our first South African gallery, bringing a breathtaking exhibition of artists not previously seen in New York. The Salon is a labor of love for our unbelievable team. George Tsaoussis-Gouveia, our Director of Operations, has been with The Salon since its beginning and is responsible for the construction and design of 57 booths. Jennifer Stark, our Director of Marketing, creates the website, so often visited, along with all matter of collateral and branding. Nicky Dessources, our Director of Client Services, facilitates the needs of 57 galleries—no easy feat—and acts as our institutional memory from year to year. Arlette Landestoy runs the show office, Wendy Buckley seamlessly manages our sponsors and programming partners, and Marialuisa Monda, works on social media and the Salon’s messaging. Finally, Sanford Smith, who founded this business and had the vision 40 years ago to understand that the public’s hunger for collectible art and design would only grow stronger. From all of us to all of you, enjoy The Salon! Jill Bokor Executive Director


Official Champagne of

www.ruinart.com champagne Š 2018 imported by MoÍt Hennessy usa, inc., New York, ny. Drink Responsibly.


THE SALON ART + DESIGN

Sanford Smith CEO sandy@sanfordsmith.com Jill Bokor Executive Director jill@thesalonny.com George Tsaoussis-Gouveia Director of Operations george@sanfordsmith.com Jennifer Stark Director of Marketing jennifer@sanfordsmith.com Wendy Buckley Director of Sponsorship wendy@thesalonny.com Nicky Dessources Director of Client Services nicky@sanfordsmith.com Arlette Landestoy Office Manager arlette@sanfordsmith.com Marialuisa Monda Social Media Associate marilu@sanfordsmith.com Lois Weingarten Controller lois@sanfordsmith.com

Sanford Smith


HONORARY COMMITTEE

Hosts Nathalie & Laura de Gunzburg Committee Fabiola Beracasa-Beckman Hamish Bowles Lisa Fayne Cohen Robert Couturier Dr. Alberto Eiber William Georgis Audrey Gruss Amy Lau Carlos Mota Dr. Daniella Ohad Alexander Payne Renee Rockefeller Fernando Romero Lizzie Tisch Pierre Yovanovitch Charles Zana


AT THE SALON

Azucena, The Colonel’s Room. Founded in 1947 by Luigi Caccia Dominioni, Ignazio Gardella, and Corrado Corradi Dell’Acqua, renowned Italian brand Azucena, combines formal elegance, understated luxury and pure design, all manufactured to the highest standards. Azucena offers a range of iconic pieces such as the “Catilina” chair, known for marrying various refined materials, reworked into traditional stylistic forms. B&B Italia acquired the historic brand in 2018 intending to preserve it as part of Italy’s rich heritage relaunching a series of “modern classics” designed by architect and original founder, Luigi Caccia Dominioni from the late 1940s and onwards. The collection includes chairs, sofas, tables, and lamps that represent ‘Made in Italy’ design which has returned as a showcase of style and quality.

Callidus Guild and Jeff Lincoln Art + Design, Applied Arts Partner, The Library. Creative Director artist Yolande Batteau has prepared a site-specific installation of her work for the fair. Batteau’s installation in the Historic Library at The Armory—designed by Louis C. Tiffany, Associated Artists with Stanford White—consists of a series of stelae built as towering plaster and canvas monoliths. Draped, collapsing, soft and amorphous, they serve as rigorous experiments rooted in material culture both ancient and modern. Surfaces are encrusted and embellished in metals, stone and tooled marble dust plaster and play against the formality of the space’s wood vitrines and stained-glass windows. Like carved marble worn by time and touch, the sculptures serve Batteau’s continued investigation into art for architecture.  Gallery partner Jeff Lincoln Art + Design curates collectible and historical design elements that reinforce and expand upon the notion of tactility and organic movement in contemporary design inherent in Batteau’s work and installation. The gallery’s program examines the ongoing intersection of collectible design and contemporary art for collectors seeking a unique vision. New work by renowned glass artist John Pomp to master ceramic artist Lee Hun Chung, among others, provide a narrative that sharpens and contextualizes the meaning of materiality and form in contemporary design. Maison Goyard, Entrance to Exhibitor Floor. Maison Goyard presents an exclusive installation on the theme of “In Praise of Slowness,” inspired by a famous Haiku by the legendary Japanese poet Kobayashi that celebrates the virtue of taking things slow, and the great achievements this approach to life can bring. A playful, oneiric and poetic metaphor for slowness as the ultimate indulgence and the epitome of luxury, the “In Praise of Slowness” installation reveals a most unlikely star: a snail pulling a net of Goyard trunks. A nod to the Goyard family history—the origin of the Goyards is Burgundy, a region renowned for its vineyards and gastronomy, and in particular the notorious Les escargots de Bourgogne, a delicacy consisting of land snails cooked in garlic butter. This tongue-in-cheek “mise-en-scène” also highlights the unparalleled skills of the Goyard trunk makers, who have taken their time to master the art of crafting exceptionally light and easy to handle trunks and luggage, despite their seemingly grand appearance. Ever since its establishment in 1853, Maison Goyard’s artisans have worked tirelessly to create and perfect their recipe for the classic trunk. Today, the very same ancestral techniques and methods are still used to ensure unparalleled quality and timeless elegance.


L O N G 65 SOUTH SERVICE ROAD 516.360.1616

|

|

I S L A N D

PLAINVIEW, NY 11803

KARMALONGISLAND.COM


AT THE SALON

Charles Burnand Collector’s Lounge, The Superintendent’s Room. Creators of exquisite lighting and furniture, Charles Burnand London presents the Collector’s Lounge for The Salon Art + Design—a space fusing classic Mid Century and Brutalist design with the very best of modern European craftsmanship. Since its inception in 2009 by founder Simon Stewart, this bespoke design firm has continued to find, develop and nurture the very best of Europe’s material artisans, combining their expertise in unique, often one-of-a-kind pieces. For The Salon Art + Design, Charles Burnand is launching the first ICONS collection—a design collaboration with many of the world’s top interior designers and decorators, produced by Charles Burnand. Eileen Fisher DesignWork, The Field & Staff Room. Eileen Fisher DesignWork presents a collection of felt wall hangings made in New York from recycled textiles. The works have been developed over the past seven years by Sigi Ahl, an artist and painter. Eileen Fisher has dedicated her career to challenging the non-sustainable ways of the fashion industry. DesignWork is the company’s latest initiative; a creative exchange between makers who felt and stitch consumers’ used garments into captivating wall hangings and accessories for interiors, hospitality, contract and public space. Unique edition wallworks are made locally at the DesignWork studios in Irvington, New York. DesignWork blurs the boundaries between art, design, textiles and activism, fueling a creative momentum for renewable practices and shining a light on the emerging circular economy. Karma Automotive, Automotive Partner, The South Hall. Karma Automotive designs, engineers, builds and markets luxury electric vehicles, all from its Southern California base of operations. Founded in 2014 and employing 1,000 employees worldwide, Karma Automotive is committed to elevating and growing the luxury mobility experience for its customers through collaborative relationships with its global automotive and technology partners. Named Green Car Journal’s 2018 Luxury Green Car of the Year, Karma Revero is a luxury performance car powered by dual electric motors that embodies the company’s goals of offering leading automotive design, technology, customization and an outstanding customer experience. Learn more about Karma Automotive and Revero at karmaautomotive.com. Lalique, Staff Parlor. Lalique and acclaimed interior designer Ryan Korban are partnering to present a fresh and youthful interpretation of the heritage brand during The Salon. Korban creates a oneof-a-kind curated installation using select Lalique crystal pieces. Korban, known for interior design that infuses a timeless sensibility, was inspired by blush tones and textures for his collaboration with Lalique. The environment is made up of silk carpeting, velvet, suede and floral walls, custom straw marquetry and cashmere upholstery.


TOURS & EVENTS

TOURS Leading designers including Lee Mindel, Peter Pennoyer, Alyssa Urban, Kristen McGinnis, Sandra Nunnerley, David Scott, Carolina von Humboldt, and Perry Sayles discuss the latest designer trends and give an insider’s look at The Salon. EVENTS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9 Planned Parenthood Benefit, 6pm – 8pm Cocktail benefit for Planned Parenthood NYC. Call 212-274-7365 for tickets or information. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 Discussion Discussion—New York Design Center The Colonel’s Room, 1pm The New York Design Center presents a panel focusing on how a new generation of designers work with collectors. Panelists for the event are Katrina Hernandez and Joshua Greene of Hernandez Greene, Bennett Leifer of Bennett Leifer Interiors and Tatyana Miron of Pappas Miron, moderated by Emily Collins, Director of The Gallery at 200 Lex. Design Discussion—CULTURED and Absolut Art present Fusion and Future of Art + Design The Colonel’s Room, 3:30pm With the definitions of artistic practices constantly in flux and expanding, the boundaries that define those mediums are increasingly blurred while makers move more fluidly than ever before between different realms of creativity. In fact, those transdisciplinary spaces are fertile ground for innovative thinking. Join CULTURED and Absolut Art for a conversation exploring the new ways in which art and design are defined—and how those definitions continue to be challenged—with artist, designer and activist Sebastian Errazuriz, architect Suchi Reddy and designer, entrepreneur and inventor Joe Doucet. Cocktails to follow. Book Signing—Wendy Moran Liz O’Brien, Booth #A12, 4pm Design authority Wendy Moonan celebrates the launch of her first book New York Splendor: The City’s Most Memorable Rooms at The Salon with an exclusive book signing.


TOURS & EVENTS

EVENTS (continued) SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11 Design Discussion—Postmodern Present: Why Now? What Next? The Colonel’s Room, 1pm Extravagant, extroverted and un-conventional Memphis, the flash-point of Postmodern design, is with us again, In clashing-color textiles, jazzy architecture and quirky furniture. Author and design historian Judith Gura will chair a panel of experts to talk about the surprising revival of the 20th century’s most controversial style, why it’s winning kudos this time around… and what to expect next. Panelists include Annie Block, Senior Editor of Interior Design Magazine, Raquel Cayre, Designer and Collector and Keith Johnson, President of Urban Architecture. Talk and Screening—Luigi Caccia Dominioni: A New Perspective The Colonel’s Room, 3pm No architect represented the essence of Milanese culture more than Luigi Caccia Dominioni (1913–2016). Azucena, the design company he co-founded with Ignazio Gardella in 1947, has been the connoisseur’s go-to address for intelligently conceived pieces that combined a sense of simplicity and good taste with formal and technical ingenuity. On the occasion of the Azucena’s recent acquisition and relaunch by B&B Italia, the design and architecture magazine PIN–UP celebrates the late architect’s design legacy with a talk and a screening of a specially produced short film. Book Signing—David Gill Board of Officers Room, 4pm David Gill: Designing Art, a major new book from Vendome Press, explores the remarkable career of one of the most influential figures working in art and design: David Gill. Features include never-before-published photography of Gill’s galleries; exclusive and personal interviews; photographs of private collections, interiors and artworks; and a unique insight into the world of a man whose attention to detail and unfaltering eye for the beautiful is without equal.


SPECIAL THANKS

The Salon is made the better for the talent and dedication of the following people: Sigi Ahl Maya Ahluwalia Adriana Angulo Yolande Milan Batteau Lois Berl Anne Marie Berman Liz Bickley Courtney Caldwell Gwen Carlton Meg Casey Sara Di Gangi James Druckman Nessi Erkmenoglu Philip Fimmano Andrey Furmanovitch William Giorgis Alicia Goldstein Laura de Gunzburg Nathalie de Gunzburg Judith Gura Judy Hoste Nadine Johnson Nicole Kapit Stephen Kennard Brian Kish Alix Lerman Kiki Lindskog

Wayne Lowery Melissa Luizzi Kevin MacCormack Stephanie Mesquita Wendy Moonan David Moorehouse Daniella Ohad Melissa Olster Robert Panarella Katharina Plath Charmaine Portis Chris Randall Brook Rera Matt Reilly Rebecca Robertson Buddy Santangelo John Smiroldo Jamie Soriano Kristelle Soto Simon Stewart Joe Striefsky Michael Totten Angeline Urie SĂŠbastien Vitry Lori Warriner Cecilia Wolfson

And all of our amazing exhibitors and sponsors.


In Memoriam: Barry Harwood, PhD I was fortunate to know Barry for over 40 years. Although he is best known as a curator, he participated in two of my early shows: The Fall Antiques Show at The Pier and Modernism—A Century of Style and Design. At the time he specialized in bentwood furniture and was the first and most prominent dealer of Thonet in this country. Barry was truly one of the great scholars of furniture and design of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Having spent lots of time in his youth prowling around museums, it was no surprise that he spent most of his career as a curator, teacher, and author. As the curator of decorative arts at the Brooklyn Museum, he produced such wide- ranging exhibitions of: The Furniture of George Hunzinger, The Modernist Jewelry of Art Smith, Invention and Innovation in Nineteenth Century America and Tiffany glass. As a teacher and author he was generous in his knowledge. Students in The Cooper Hewitt/Parson’s master’s program were the recipients of his vast knowledge and entertaining teaching. Barry was a unique and talented individual whose personality never failed to entertain. We will miss him.

Sanford Smith


A8

ammann//gallery ammann//gallery was founded in 2006 by Gabrielle Ammann, setting the intersection between architecture, fine art, and design as the cornerstone of her program. Ammann exhibits iconic contemporary design/art while cultivating the best emerging talents from around the globe.

works by: Ron Arad Hélène Binet Florian Borkenhagen Andrea Branzi

Zaha Hadid Ad Hoc Alessandro Mendini Studio Nucleo

Satyendra Pakhalé Rolf Sachs Ettore Sottsass Abel Zavala

Hélène Binet, ‘Feldkapelle für den Heiligen Bruder Klaus 03’ (Architecture by Peter Zumthor), 2007 digital b/w silver gelatin print, dimensions w 100 x h 127 cm ( w 39.4 x h 50 in.)

Teutoburger Str. 27 Cologne, 50678 Germany Gabrielle Ammann www.ammann-gallery.com office@ammann-gallery.com T +49.172.88.33.212 T +1 646.593.4270


Ariadne Gallery

Face from an Anthropoid Sarcophagus, Wood. Third Intermediate Period to Late Period, twenty-first to twenty-sixth dynasty, circa 1070-525 BC.

6 Hill Street Mayfair London, W1J 5NF United Kingdom

11 East 76th Street New York, NY 10021 United States James Demirjian Gregory Demirjian Torkom Demirjian www.ariadnegalleries.com info@ariadnegalleries.com T +1 212.772.3388

A4


C5

Galerie de la Béraudière Specializing in 20th century masters, Galerie de la Béraudière provides collectors and institutions with museum-standard paintings and sculptures, including Surrealist works by masters such as Salvador Dali, Max Ernst, René Magritte, André Masson, Joan Miró, Yves Tanguy.

works by: BRAQUE BRAUNER BUGATTI CALDER

˘

CHAGALL DALI DUBUFFET ERNST

LAM LÉGER MAGRITTE MASSON

MATISSE MIRÓ MODIGLIANI PICASS

RICHIER SEURAT SOUTINE TANGUY

VAN DONGEN

˘ blanche; oil and graphite on canvas, 1925 Max Ernst, Colombe

Rue Jacques Jordaens, 6 Brussels, 1000 Belgium Jacques de la Béraudière Sophie Roose www.delaberaudiere.com galerie@delaberaudiere.com T +32.26.469.215


Galerie BSL Founded by Béatrice Saint-Laurent, Galerie BSL commissions, produces and exhibits innovative works that challenge the established borders of art and design. One-offs or in very limited edition, these functional sculptures channel an experience, arouse one’s sensibility, and speak to the heart as much as to the intellect. Fantasy fuses with the object, creating an avant-garde aesthetic full of energy and imagination. works by: Djim Berger Gildas Berthelot Nacho Carbonell Taher Chemirik

Studio Cogitech Charlotte Cornaton Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance Carol Egan

Charles Kalpakian François Mascarello Studio MVW Pia Maria Raeder

Ayala Serfaty Isabelle Stanislas Faye Toogood

Isabelle Stanislas, Ellipse Mirror; patinated brass, marble, 2018, (h) 160 x (w) 96 x (d) 24 cm; limited edition of 8 + 4 AP

14 Rue des Beaux-Arts Paris, 75006 France Béatrice Saint-Laurent Laure-Hélène Joseph www.galeriebsl.com info@galeriebsl.com T +33.1.56.816.152

D6


D7

Chahan Gallery The Chahan Minassian Gallery opened in February of 2008, at 11 Rue de Lille, at the heart of Paris’ prestigious ‘Carré Rive Gauche’ antiques area. The gallery presents mid-century furniture collections and works of ceramist artists, in addition to the Chahan Design line.

Chahan Design, Bronze double daybed, contemporary

11 Rue de Lille Paris, Ile de France 75007 France Chahan Minassian Thomas Dubosq www.chahan.com gallery@chahan.com T +33.14.703.4700


Galerie Chastel-Maréchal The Galerie Chastel-Maréchal focuses on the promotion and re-discovery of important twentieth century French designers, in particular those working between 1930 and 1960.

Eugène Printz (1879-1948); Exceptional pair of solid rosewood armchairs, c. 1930

5 Rue Bonaparte Paris, 75006 France Aline Chastel www.chastel-marechal.com contact@chastel-marechal.com T +33.1.40.46.82.61

B4


D2

Galleria Rossella Colombari Galleria Colombari presents a preview of the upcoming gallery exhibition “4 + 40: 4 Generations + 40 Years of Galleria Colombari”, a continuation of the Gallery’s research of now infamous architects such as Gio Ponti and Carlo Mollino, as well as a presentation of new visions by lesser known architects who are fundamental in the history of Italian architecture. works by: Albini Franco BBPR Borsani Osvaldo Campo & Graffi

De Carli Carlo Fontana Arte Fornasetti Piero Gambone Bruno Gardella Ignazio

Ingrand Max Lelli Angelo Mangiarotti Angelo Mollino Carlo Parisi Ico

Ponti Gio Sarfatti Gino Scarpa Carlo

Archizoom, Farfalla ; Cotton blanket fabric, Produced by Poltronova, c. 1960s

Via Pietro Maroncelli 10 Milan, 20154 Italy Rossella Colombari www.galleriacolombari.com galleria.rcolombari@gmail.com T +39.2.29.001.189


Dansk Møbelkunst Established by Ole Høstbo in 1992, Dansk Møbelkunst takes its name from the Danish word for Furniture Art, a term that is rooted in the handicraft tradition and signifies a synthesis of aesthetics, utility and craftsmanship. The gallery’s expertise encompasses both handcrafted masterpieces and iconic works of industrial design. works by: Michael Anastassiades Claus Bjerre Birger Kaipiainen Kaare Klint

Mogens Koch Flemming Lassen Barbro Nilsson Axel Salto

Kaare Klint, Pair of Mix chairs; Cuban mahogany, Niger leather and brass; made by cabinetmaker Rud Rasmussen, Copenhagen, 1930

Aldersrogade 6c, 1. Copenhagen, 2100 Denmark

53bis, Quai des Grands Augustins Paris, 75006 France Ole Høstbo www.dmk.dk info@dmk.dk T +45.3.332.3837

D4


A6

Demisch Danant Demisch Danant was founded in 2005 by Suzanne Demisch and Stephane Danant. The gallery specializes in twentieth century French design with an emphasis on the late 1950s through the 1970s.

works by: Michel Boyer René-Jean Caillette César

Jacques Dumond Étienne Fermigier Pierre Guariche

Sheila Hicks Joseph-André Motte Pierre Paulin

Maria Pergay Antoine Philippon & Jacqueline Lecoq Janine Abraham & Dirk Jan Rol

Jacques Dumond, Pair of Oak Bridge Chairs; oak, foam, fabric, c. 1948; Game Table; oak, c. 1951

30 West 12th Street New York, NY 10011 United States Suzanne Demisch Stephane Danant www.DemischDanant.com info@DemischDanant.com T +1 212.989.5750


Donzella LTD Donzella Ltd – specializing in post-war furniture, lighting, sculpture & objects since 1992. Renowned for presenting work by celebrated artists and their sometimes lesser-known contemporaries, Donzella has maintained a high-standard approach to collecting both historical material & an ever-expanding program of contemporary design. works by: Osvaldo Borsani Paolo Buffa Luigi Caccia Dominioni Paul Frankl

Ghiró Studio David Haskell Max Ingrand Philip & Kelvin LaVerne

Alexandre Logé Lucien Petit Gio Ponti Rosanne Sniderman

Gio Ponti; Rare mahogany desk and wall panel, c. 1949

17 White St. New York, NY 10013 United States Paul Donzella Lori Scacco www.donzella.com info@donzella.com T +1 212.965.8919

D15


B1

Friedman Benda Friedman Benda is a platform for key narratives that intersect contemporary design, craft, architecture, visual and conceptual art, and cutting-edge technological research. Since 2007, the gallery’s exhibitions, publications and collaborations with institutions have played a vital role in the development of the contemporary design market and scholarship. works by: Ini Archibong Misha Kahn Ettore Sottsass Jonathan Trayte

515 West 26th Street New York, NY 10001 United States Marc Benda Jennifer Olshin www.friedmanbenda.com gallery@friedmanbenda.com T +1 212.239.8700 F +1 212.239.8760

Misha Kahn, (left) Pipsqweek, Chateau, Etc. ; Chalcedite, bronze, 2018; (right) My Sweet Sweet Kitty Donna’s Failing, Diabetic Kidney ; Indigo Gabbro, bronze, 2018


Thomas Fritsch – ARTRIUM Thomas FRITSCH - ARTRIUM gallery specializes in French Decorative Arts from 1945 to 1970, especially French ceramics from the period.

works by: André Borderie Roger Capron Guidette Carbonell Pol Chambost Robert Deblander

Mado Jolain Georges Jouve Fernand Lacaf Jean & Jacqueline Lerat Michel Lucotte

André Aleth Masson Pablo Picasso Suzanne Ramié Atelier Madoura André Rozay

Jacques & Dani Ruelland Maurice Savin Pierre and Véra Szekely

Fernand Lacaf, Japanese head vase; ceramic, 1962

6, Rue de Seine Paris, 75006 France Thomas Fritsch www.thomasfritsch.fr contact@thomasfritsch.fr T +33.1.4326.7712 F +33.1.4326.7874

A7


D17

Gallery FUMI Gallery FUMI presents an exciting selection of works by some of its most sought-after artists and designers. Highlights include new artworks by Max Lamb, Sam Orlando Miller and Rowan Mersh, alongside sculptural design pieces by Voukenas Petrides and Francesco Perini.

works by: atelier lachaert dhanis Lara Bohinc Brooksbank & Collins Alex Hull

2 Hay Hill Mayfair London, W1J 6AS United Kingdom Valerio Capo Sam Pratt www.galleryfumi.com info@galleryfumi.com T +44.207.490.2366

Max Lamb Thomas Lemut Bob Lorimer Tuomas Markunpoika

Rowan Mersh Sam Orlando Miller Eelko Moorer Johannes Nagel

Voukenas Petrides Francesco Perini

Sam Orlando Miller, Rifugio dei Viandanti; Shades of smoky-grey quartz, pink and brown agate and silver mirror, with dark gold resin on canvas, 2018


The Future Perfect With a curatorial focus on material integrity and craftsmanship, The Future Perfect is a platform for distinguished and emerging contemporary designers. From its roster of collectible and museum-acquired artists, the gallery’s inaugural presentation at The Salon showcases work from ceramicists Eric Roinestad and Reinaldo Sanguino. works by: Eric Roinestad Reinaldo Sanguino

Eric Roinestad, Vessels ; ceramic stoneware, 2018

55 Great Jones Street New York, NY 10012 United States

3085 Sacramento Street San Francisco, CA 94115 United States David Alhadeff http://thefutureperfect.com perfect@thefutureperfect.com T +1 212.473.2500

D8


A14

Garrido Gallery Specializing in contemporary art & design combined with ancient art pieces.

works by: Juan & Paloma Garrido Richard Serra Jan Hendrix

Juan & Paloma Garrido, Multiple Cilindros Low Table; 24 carat pink gold-plated on metal, exotic natural stone top, 2018

Serrano Anguita 7 Madrid, 28004 Spain Juan Garrido Paloma Garrido www.garridogallery.com juan@garridogallery.com T +34.9.1871.4556


David Gill Gallery David Gill Gallery is a London-based gallery specializing in contemporary design and art. Since opening its doors in 1987, David Gill’s vibrant program features the work of leading international artists, architects and designers.

works by: Barnaby Barford Garouste & Bonetti Mattia Bonetti Sebastian Brajkovic

Sebastian ErraZuriz Zaha Hadid Daniel Libeskind Michele Oka Doner

Lena Peters Fredrikson Stallard JosĂŠ Yaque

Sebastian Brajkovic, Banquette; Grey bronze, copper embroidered greige linen

2-4 King Street London, SW1Y 6QP United Kingdom David Gill Gallery www.davidgillgallery.com info@davidgillgallery.com T +44.20.3195.6600

A1


A3

Giustini / Stagetti Giustini / Stagetti, founded in Rome in 2009, focuses both on historical Italian design masters and top level manufactures from 1930 to 1970, and on international contemporary designers who develop collections exclusively for the gallery. historical works by: Franco Albini Pietro Chiesa Carlo De Carli Ignazio Gardella Max Ingrand

Angelo Lelii Angelo Mangiarotti Luigi Moretti Ico Parisi Gio Ponti

Gino Sarfatti Carlo Scarpa Ettore Sottsass

contemporary works by: Andrea Anastasio Iosselliani Design Campana Brothers Giacomo Moor Umberto Riva Paolo Canevari Formafantasma Konstantin Grcic

Formafantasma, ‘Ore Streams’ Low Chair; Metalized car paint on CNC milled aluminum, gold plated aluminum, various components of a mobile phone, 2017

Via della Fontanella di Borghese n.38 Rome, 00186 Italy Roberto Giustini Stefano Stagetti www.giustinistagetti.com info@giustinistagetti.com T +39.6.68.210.126


Glass Past Jim Oliveira and Sara Blumberg founded Glass Past in New York in 1995. They are experts, private dealers and consultants in the field of Italian Glass, specializing in works from 1870-1970.

works by: Ercole Barovier Fulvio Bianconi Tomaso Buzzi Dino Martens

Napoleone Martinuzzi Flavio Poli Carlo Scarpa Tobia Scarpa

Archimede Seguso Thomas Stearns Paolo Venini Vittorio Zecchin

Carlo Scarpa for Venini; Corroso Vase, 1936

New York, NY United States Sara Blumberg Jim Oliveira by appointment only www.glasspast.com glasspast@earthlink.net T +1 212.343.2524

C11


C7

Michael Goedhuis Specializing in Asian and Western contemporary painting and sculpture, ink painting, and antique Chinese art.

works by: Wei Ligang Lo Ch’ing Qin Feng

Yao Jui-chung Yang Yanping Qiu Deshu

Emilie Pugh Richard Hudson

Wei Ligang, Peacock - Autumn Pond; ink and acrylic on paper, 2018

61 Cadogan Square Flat 3 London, SW1X 0HZ United Kingdom Michael Goedhuis www.michaelgoedhuis.com london@michaelgoedhuis.com T +44.207.823.1395


Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC specializes in American art created in the early 20th Century, with a specific interest in early modernism, the Ashcan School and the Steiglitz Circle. Along with paintings, works on paper and sculpture, we also exhibit decorative works by modernist artists such as Samuel Yellin, Edgar Brandt and Frank Lloyd Wright.

Frank Lloyd Wright, Peacock Side Chair; Oak with leatherette upholstery, 1921-1925

New York, NY United States Bernard Goldberg Ken Sims by appointment only www.bgfa.com info@bgfa.com T +1 212.813.9797

D1


D11

Cristina Grajales Gallery Cristina Grajales Gallery works with masterpieces of the 20th Century, while also cultivating the work of emerging international contemporary designers.

works by: Alexandra Agudelo Pedro Barrail Christophe CĂ´me Betil Dagdelen

Steven & William Ladd Jorge Lizarazo for Hechizoo Aaron Poritz Tabor & Villalobos

Betil Dagdelen, Peacock Chairs; steel, hose, foam, custom upholstery piping, cable and alpaca yarn, 2018

152 West 25th Street, 3rd floor New York, NY 10001 United States Cristina Grajales www.cristinagrajalesinc.com info@cristinagrajalesinc.com T +1 212.219.9941


Heller Gallery Established in 1973 in New York, Heller Gallery provides a curated platform for studio artists and designers whose practice incorporates glass, and whose work with the material broadens the horizons of contemporary culture.

works by: Stine Bidstrup Amber Cowan Allison Eden

Michael Glancy Josepha Gasch-Muche Radnor

Pamela Sabroso & Alison Siegel Lino Tagliapietra Toots Zynsky

Stine Bidstrup, Architectural Glass Fantasies Series - Object No. 23; mold blown glass with digitally enhanced graal technique, 2018

303 Tenth Avenue New York, NY 10001 United States Douglas Heller Katya Heller www.hellergallery.com info@hellergallery.com T +1 212.414.4014

D10


D19

Galerie Hervouet Jacques Hervouet is known for his eclecticism and unique take on design in a manner he describes as “Radical Chic.” His imaginative and often surprising windows of his gallery on the Rue de l’Université are a must see each time they are presented.

works by: Felix Agostini Charles Bernel Nino Mario Bini Eddie Harlis

Jacques Hervouet Max Ingrand Maison Jansen Frantisek Kupka

Jacques Quinet François Thévenin

(after) Frantisek Kupka, Study for the Language of Verticals, cornely stitch tapestry, c. 1950

40 Rue de l’Universite Paris, 75007 France Jacques Hervouet http://galeriehervouet.fr galeriehervouet@wanadoo.fr T +33.1.4261.2418


Hostler Burrows Hostler Burrows is a New York-based gallery specializing in Nordic and international design and decorative arts. Founded in 1998 by Kim Hostler and Juliet Burrows, the gallery’s program integrates contemporary and twentieth-century work, with a primary focus on studio ceramics.

works by: Jasmin Anoschkin Gal Gaon Babs Haenen

Maren Kloppmann Pekka Paikkari Kristina Riska

Kristina Riska, Spring Dot; stoneware, 2018

35 East 10th Street New York, NY 10003 United States Kim Hostler Juliet Burrows www.hostlerburrows.com info@hostlerburrows.com T +1 212.343.0471

D5


D21

Charles-Wesley HourdĂŠ Specializing in antique African, Oceanic and Native American arts.

Kanak figure, New Caledonia; Wood, 19th Century

31 Rue de Seine Paris, 75006 France Charles-Wesley HourdĂŠ www.charleswesleyhourde.com info@charleswesleyhourde.com T +33.66.490.5700


Karl Kemp A13 The preeminent gallery for fine furniture and decorative art in New York City. Presenting a focused collection of Continental 19th Century antiques, Art Deco and Mid-Century design. In addition we offer an exceptional selection of luxury contemporary design of the highest quality.

works by: RenĂŠ Drouet Angelo Mangiarotti Barovier Toso Willi Siber

Ercole Barovie, Intarsio vase, Barovier & Toso, Italy; fused glass tesserae, c. 1961-63

36 East 10th Street New York, NY 10003 United States www.karlkemp.com info@karlkemp.com T +1 212.254.1877


C9

Nicholas Kilner Specializing in 20th Century Italian and American Design, focusing on exceptional and rare works by celebrated architects, artists and designers of the 1940s through the 1970s.

works by: Osvaldo Borsani Marzio Cecchi Joe Colombo

Piero Dorazio Lucio Fontana Max Ingrand

Donald Judd Ico & Luisa Parisi Gio Ponti

Gio Ponti, Wall-mounted bar cabinet; Walnut, brass, glass, 1955

37 Broadway Brooklyn, NY 11249 United States Nicholas Kilner www.nicholaskilner.com info@nicholaskilner.com T +1 646.590.0348


Galerie kreo Galerie kreo defines itself as a “laboratory-space“ and focuses on producing new pieces in collaboration with the world’s most relevant contemporary designers. In addition, Galerie kreo also focus on historic Italian and French lighting from the 1940s to the 1980s.

works by: Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby François Bauchet Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec Pierre Charpin

Konstantin Grcic Jaime Hayon Hella Jongerius Alessandro Mendini

Jasper Morrison Marc Newson Studio Wieki Somers Martin Szekely

Alessandro Mendini, Poltrona White Gold Chair; Bisazza mosaic gilded with white gold leaves, 2013

31, Rue Dauphine Paris, 75006 France

14A Hay Hill London, W1J 8NZ United Kingdom Didier Krzentowski Clémence Krzentowski www.galeriekreo.com info@galeriekreo.com T +33.1.5310.2300

D15 D3


B2

David Lévy & Associés Since 2004 David Lévy has specialized in the 20th century avant-garde, from Cubism and Surrealism to Post-War abstraction, paintings, drawings and sculptures.

works by: Hans Arp Norman Bluhm Alexander Calder Eduardo Chillida

Serge Férat Albert Gleizes Julio Gonzáles Juan Gris

Auguste Herbin Franz Kline Fernand Léger Joan Miró

Amedeo Modigliani Henry Moore Richard H. Pettibone Jacques Villon

Auguste Herbin, Chant; oil on canvas, signed, dated and titled lower left, 1958

Avenue Albert 199 Brussels, 1190 Belgium David Lévy www.davidlevy.art info@levydavid.com T +32.47.566.1225

10, Avenue Matignon Paris, 75008 France


J. Lohmann Gallery J. Lohmann Gallery specializes in contemporary decorative arts by both internationally established designers and emerging talents.

works by: Erna Aaltonen Heike Brachlow Sandra Davolio Fenella Elms Sidsel Hanum

Turi Heisselberg Pedersen Sangwoo Kim Ahryun Lee Nin Lee Barbara Nanning

Lauren Nauman Jongjin Park Merete Rasmussen Bae Sejin Lone Skov Madsen

Ann Van Hoey Ida Wieth

Fenella Elms, Flow; porcelain on board, 2018

New York, NY United States Joern Lohmann by appointment only www.jlohmanngallery.com info@jlohmanngallery.com T +1 212.734.1445

A18


C13

Lost City Arts Established in 1982 by owner James Elkind, Lost City Arts is recognized as a leading source of 20th century design and fine arts, with an emphasis on the work of Harry Bertoia.

works by: Harry Bertoia Roger Capron Serge Mouille

Steen Eiler Rasmussen Paavo Tynell Adja Yunkers

Oluf Lund, Viking Chair & Ottoman; walnut and aniline leather, 1990

18 Cooper Square New York, NY 10003 United States James Elkind Martin Greenstein www.lostcityarts.com info@lostcityarts.com T +1 212.375.0500


Yves Macaux Since 1995, Yves Macaux has specialized in the Viennese Secessionist movement at the turn of the 20th century, and most precisely in the early abstract works often considered as the birth of design.

works by: Josef Hoffmann Adolf Loos Koloman Moser Otto Wagner

Koloman Moser (attributed), Hanging Chandelier; hammered Alpaca, Bakalowitz glasses, c. 1905

Rue des Champs ElysĂŠes 19 Brussels, 1050 Belgium Yves Macaux by appointment only www.secessions.com yvesmacaux@gmail.com T +32.475.933.745

C1


A10

Magen H Gallery Since 1997, Magen H. Gallery has pioneered revolutionary and significant design in sculpture, decorative arts, architecture, and ceramics. With special emphasis given to French post-war designers, the collection progresses the artistic dialogue between these historically significant works and contemporaries who visually articulate a personal philosophy.

works by: Jacques Adnet Anne Barrès René Broissant

Pia Manu Jean Royére Pierre Sabatier

Jacques Adnet, Pair of armchairs; metal, leather, mohair, c. 1950

54 E 11th Street, Ground Floor New York, NY 10003 United States Hugues Magen Nathalie Dheedene www.magenxxcentury.com gallery@magenxxcentury.com T +1 212.777.8670


Maison Gerard Founded in 1974, Maison Gerard specializes in fine French Art Deco, 20th century, and contemporary design, furniture, lighting, and objets d’art.

works by: Nicolas Aubagnac Niamh Barry Mark Brazier-Jones Emma Donnersberg Carol Egan

Franck Evennou Garnier & Linker Aline Hazarian Kiko Lopez Nancy Lorenz

Mary McDonnell Remain Nameless Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann Achille Salvagni Ayala Serfaty

Stacklab William P. Sullivan Guy Roisse Zelouf + Bell Bill Willis

Stacklab, Mura Low Table; kiln-fused glass, cast bronze, 2018

43 & 53 East 10th Street New York, NY 10003 United States Benoist F. Drut www.maisongerard.com home@maisongerard.com T +1 212.674.7611

C13 A11


A9

Maison Rapin Maison Rapin gathers a rare collection of historical Italian and Belgium design of the 20th century, contemporary creations of notable artists, and the exclusive production of KAM TIN, the brand of the “jewel furniture�. Maison Rapin also represents Robert Goossens work in Decorative Arts. Based in Paris, Maison Rapin offers an eclectic selection of European vintage and contemporary works. works by: Etienne Allemeersch Marc Bankowsky Marc Cavell Fontana Arte

Robert Goossens KAM TIN Gio Ponti Roberto Giulio Rida

Robert Goossens, Chandelier Rosebush; Gilded bronze, brass, rock crystal, France, circa 1980-1990

25 quai Voltaire Paris, 75007 France Philippe Rapin http://maison-rapin.com contact@maison-rapin.com T +33.1.42.612.421

3 rue de Beaune Paris, 75007 France


Mazzoleni, London - Torino Mazzoleni, located in Torino and London, is a gallery specializing in Modern and Contemporary Art, Post-War Italian Art, and Arte Povera.

works by: Agostino Bonalumi Alberto Burri Enrico Castellani Giorgio de Chirico

Piero Dorazio Lucio Fontana Hans Hartung Fausto Melotti

Nunzio Michelangelo Pistoletto Gianfranco Zappettini

Piero Dorazio, Untitled; oil on canvas, 1959

27 Albemarle Street London, W1S 4HZ United Kingdom

Piazza Solferino 2 Torino, TO 10121 Italy

Luigi Mazzoleni

Davide Mazzoleni

www.mazzoleniart.com london@mazzoleniart.com T +44.20.7495.8805

www.mazzoleniart.com torino@mazzoleniart.com T +39.11.534.473

B11


C4

Todd Merrill Studio Since 2000, Todd Merrill Studio has been specializing in contemporary art and design, and important mid-century American design.

works by: Sophie Coryndon Amy Cushing Marc Fish Markus Haase Molly Hatch

Charles Haupt Timothy Horn Damian Jones Jean-Luc Le Mounier Dominick Leuci

80 Lafayette Street New York, NY 10013 United States Todd Merrill Dallas Dunn www.toddmerrillstudio.com info@toddmerrillstudio.com T +1 212.933.1879

Gary Magakis Joanna Manousis Knox Martin Casey McMains Gareth Neal

John Procario Alex Roskins Karl Springer LTD Erin Sullivan Yard Sale Project

Jan Yoors

Hanging: Timothy Horn, Silver Stardust; nickel-plated bronze, foil-backed cast crystal, 2015 Console: Alex Roskin, HÊron Console; bronze and walnut, 2018 Chair: Alex Roskin, Tusk Chair, bronze and walnut, 2018


Moderne Gallery

D9

Moderne Gallery specializes in vintage work of the 20th century design and fine art, and was the first gallery to promote the work of George Nakashima. Currently focusing on work from the American Studio Craft Movement including furniture, lighting, ceramics and turned wood.

works by: John Eric Byers Wendell Castle Arthur Espenet Carpenter Miriam Carpenter

Karima Duchamp David Ebner Wharton Esherick Gyokusendo

Estelle Halper Robyn Horn William Hunter Paul Hammer Hultberg

Sam Maloof Judy Kensley McKie Edward Moulthrop George Nakashima

Toshiko Takaezu Neil Tetkowski Peter Voulkos Makoto Yabe

George Nakashima, Conoid Bench; cherry, 1974

111 North 3rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 United States Robert Aibel Joshua Aibel http://modernegallery.com info@modernegallery.com T +1 215.923.8536 F +1 215.923.8435


C2

Modernity Stockholm Modernity is a prime source for vintage Nordic design with a focus on the finest pieces from the most important designers from the 20th Century. The gallery supplies international museums, collectors and interior designers through the seven international fairs Modernity participates at yearly, as well as through our award-winning website, and also the gallery in central Stockholm. works by: Alvar Aalto Josef Frank Poul Henningsen Axel-Einar Hjorth

Finn Juhl Poul Kjaerholm Kaare Kint Märta Måås-Fjetterström

Axel Salto Paavo Tynell Hans Wegner

Ib Kofod Larsen for Christensen & Larsen, Pair of Elizabeth armchairs with footstool, wood and leather, 1956

Sibyllegatan 6 Stockholm 11442 Sweden Andrew Duncanson Isaac Pineus www.modernity.se info@modernity.se T +46.707.604.433


Thomas Monahan Fine Art

B10

Presenting a mix of artists including work by Matta, Joan Miro, Karel Appel, Alexander Calder, Peter Saul, Wilfredo Lam, and Valerio Adami, among others.

works by: Valerio Adami Karel Appel Fernando Botero Alexander Calder

Pablo Echaurren Paul Jenkins Saul Kaminer Peter Klassen

Wilfredo Lam Roberto Matta Armando Morales Edgar Negret

Peter Saul Andres Serrano Victor Vasarely Josep Navarro Vives

Eduardo Zamora FĂŠlix Ziem

Roberto Matta, Jazz; oil on canvas , 1959

511 SE 5th Avenue, Suite 1916 Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 United States Thomas Monahan by appointment only www.thomasmonahanfineart.com monahan.thomas8@gmail.com T +1 312.927.5500


A16

Mouvements Modernes Gallery Founded in 2002 by Pierre Staudenmeyer, founder of Neotu Gallery. Focusing on contemporary design and decorative arts since 1980.

works by: Sejin Bae Armelle BenoĂŽt Eric BenquĂŠ Matthew Chambers Dan Friedman

Garouste & Bonetti Elizabeth Garouste Noriko Hashida Eva Hild Mathias Kiss

Yoshiaki Kojiro Martin & Dowling Alexandra Mocanu Kanjiro Moriyama Harumi Nakashima

Torsten Neeland Turi Heisselberg Pedersen Fabien Petiot Borek Sipek Julio Villani

Andrea Walsh

Elizabeth Garouste, Mirror; glass and iron, 2007

11 rue Leopold Bellan Paris, 75002 France Sophie Mainier Jullerot www.mouvementsmodernes.com info@mouvementsmodernes.com T +33.1.45.080.882


Sarah Myerscough Gallery Promoting quality of process and innovative practice in contemporary craft and design, as a leading international specialist in wood.

works by: Maisie Broadhead Ernst Gamperl Zaha Hadid Marlène Huissoud

Eleanor Lakelin Andrew Mackenzie Peter Marigold Gareth Neal

Michael Peterson Marc Ricourt Marcin Rusak Wycliffe Stutchbury

Micheal Peterson, Blocked, Hollowed Split; carved, sandblasted, bleached, pigmented Madrone Burl, 2017; photo by Jean Peterson

Joseph Walsh Nic Webb

Studio 401, Southbank House Black Prince Road London, SE1 7SJ United Kingdom Sarah Myerscough viewings by appointment only www.sarahmyerscough.com info@sarahmyerscough.com T+44.207.495.0069

B7


B6

Galerie Negropontes Offering exceptional contemporary art and designs with an original approach. Galerie Negropontes’ ambition is to revive the tradition of French Decorative Arts with a contemporary vision.

works by: Eric de Dormael Dan Er. Grigorescu Hervé Langlais

Etienne Moyat Perrin & Perrin Benjamin Poulanges

Hervé Langlais, Console Elements; marble, 2018

60 Rue de Verneuil Paris, 75007 France Sophie Negropontes www.negropontes-galerie.com galerie@negropontes-galerie.com T +33.1.7118.1951


Nilufar Gallery Nilufar Gallery, founded in 1979 by Nina Yashar, promotes and curates contemporary design projects within that more learned, poetic, visionary area shifting between production and contemporary art.

works by: BBPR Studio Lina Bo Bardi FontanaArte

Martino Gamper Angelo Lelii Gio Ponti

Joaquim Tenreriro Ettore Sottsass Kiki Van Eijk

Gio Ponti, Three seats; walnut wood, leather, bronze, 1930

Via della Spiga 32 Milan 20121 Italy Nina Yashar www.nilufar.com nilufar@nilufar.com T +39.0.278.0193

A20


A12

Liz O’Brien Liz O’Brien specializes in American and European 20th-century decorative arts and modern design, offering exceptional examples of furniture, lighting, art objects, and textiles.

works by: Stephen Antonson Ward Bennett Gabriella Crespi John Dickinson

Frances Elkins Wharton Esherick Judi Harvest Max Kuehne

Nancy Lorenz Samuel Marx Syrie Maugham Jennifer Nocon

Maria Pergay Sandra Zeenni

Samuel Marx, Low table in crackle lacquer with glass top, c. 1950

306 East 61st Street, Ground Floor New York, NY 10065 United States Liz O’Brien Mary Dohne www.lizobrien.com info@lizobrien.com T +1 212.755.3800


Patrick Parrish Gallery Patrick Parrish Gallery exhibits the unusual, new and sometimes overlooked modernist artists and designers of the 20th and 21st centuries.

works by: Carl Aubรถck Chris Beeston Bec Brittain Huy Bui

Guy Corriero Crosby Studios Judy Engel Hanna Eshel

Cody Hoyt Doug Johnston Christopher Kurtz Ian McDonald

Tron Meyer Christopher Printz Ian Stell Brian Thoreen

Julian Watts

Julian Watts, Assorted works; walnut, maple and eucalyptus wood with India ink stain, 2017

50 Lispenard Street New York, NY 10013 United States Patrick Parrish Zoe Fisher www.patrickparrish.com info@patrickparrish.com T +1 212.219.9244

B8


B5

Phoenix Ancient Art Specializing in ancient works that include antiquities from the lands that formed the Greek, Roman, and Byzantine world and cultures in Mesopotamia, the Near East, Egypt, Europe, the Balkans, Eurasia, and the Steppes from the Neolithic Period of the 6th Millennium B.C. to the 14th century A.D.

works from: Ancient Balkan Byzantine Cycladic

Ancient Egyptian Etruscan Ancient European

Ancient Eurasian Ancient Greek Mesopotamian

Ancient Roman

Ancient Roman, Kantharos, Roman 1st - 3rd century A.D. , Chalcedony

47 East 66th Street New York, NY 10065 United States Ali Aboutaam Hicham Aboutaam www.phoenixancientart.com info@phoenixancientart.com T +1 212.288.7518

6, Rue Verdaine Geneva, 1204 Switzerland


Priveekollektie Contemporary Art| Design A22 Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design is a leading international gallery of contemporary art and collectible design. Based in the Netherlands, Priveekollektie actively works with a range of collectors, represents internationally recognized artists and designers, and provides a platform for up-and-coming talents to showcase their exceptional pieces. works by: Reinier Bosch Alex Chinneck Kranen/Gille Barberini & Gunnell

Dominic Harris Richard Hutten Peter Macapia Vincenzo Marsiglia

Salustiano Moritz Waldemeyer Carolina Wilcke

Alex Chinneck, Growing up Gets Me Down; Oak, 2018

Kerkstraat 1, 5256 EC Pelsestraat 13-15, 5256 AT Heusden aan de Maas The Netherlands Irving van Dijk Miriam van Dijk www.priveekollektie.art gallery@priveekollektie.art T +31.41.685.8424


A2

R&Company R & Company represents a distinguished group of historical and contemporary designers whose work is among the most innovative and finely crafted of their time — this includes work from North America, South America, Europe and Asia produced between 1945 and today.

works by: Lina Bo Bardi Dana Barnes Lapo Binazzi Wendell Castle

Martin Eisler and Carlo Hauner Rogan Gregory Greta Magnusson Grossman Ashley Hicks

The Haas Brothers Renate MĂźller Sergio Rogrigues Katie Stout

Johnny Swing Joaquim Tenreiro Thaddeus Wolfe Pierre Yovanovitch

Jose Zanine Jeff Zimmerman

Jeff Zimmerman, Crystal Cluster; blue and turquoise hand-blown glass, 2016

82 Franklin Street New York , NY 10013 United States Zesty Meyers Evan Synderman www.r-and-company.com r@r-and-company.com T +1 212.343.7979

64 White Street New York, NY 10013 United States


Adrian Sassoon Adrian Sassoon is the UK’s leading dealer in contemporary decorative works of art.

works by: Galia Amsel Felicity Aylieff Clare Belfrage Pippin Drysdale

Michael Eden Hitomi Hosono Angela Jarman Kate Malone

Junko Mori Colin Reid Bruno Romanelli Hiroshi Suzuki

Andrew Wicks Rachael Woodman Udo Zembok

Rachael Woodman, Offering X, and Offering XI; blown, cut and polished glass, 2017 and 2018

14 Rutland Gate London, SW7 1BB United Kingdom Adrian Sassoon by appointment only www.adriansassoon.com email@adriansassoon.com T +44.207.581.9888

B9


C6

Southern Guild Southern Guild has spearheaded the collectible design category in Africa, propelling its artists and designers to make spirited, challenging, and complex work. A decade old this year, the gallery’s rigorous programme has redefined global perceptions of African design, exploring culture, heritage and narrative, and forging a unique vernacular in the marketplace. works by: Adam Birch Adam Hoets Andile Dyalvane Athi-Patra Ruga Chris Soal

Chuma Maweni Conrad Hicks David Krynauw Dokter and Misses Ferdi B. Dick

Silo 5 Silo District, V&A Waterfront Cape Town, 8001 South Africa Julian McGowan Trevyn McGowan Lezanne van Heerden https://southernguild.co.za southernguild@theguildgroup.co.za T +27.21.461.2856

Gregor Jenkin Studio Jesse Ede Justine Mahoney Madoda Fani Paco Pakdoust and John Murray

Porky Hefer Rich Mnisi Xandre Kriel Xavier Clarisse Zizipho Poswa

Rich Mnisi, Nwa-Mulamula chaise; upholstered leather, 2018


Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz Specialzing in vintage wallpaper decors and 20th century decorative arts.

Joseph Dufour designed by JG Charvet, Voyages of Captain Cook, detail panels from the 35-ft panoramic, 1804

Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz by appointment only http://www.antique-wallpaper.com carolle@ctpdecorativearts.com T +1 212.759.6048 T +33.6.09.05.35.98

D21


B10

M.-F. Toninelli Art Moderne Specializing in 20th century modern art, modern painting and sculpture as well as contemporary prints.

works by: Umberto Boccioni Lucio Fontana Giacomo ManzĂš

Marino Marini AndrĂŠ Masson R.S. Matta

Umberto Boccioni, Signora Cragnolini Franca; oil on canvas, 1916

Palais de la Scala Square Beaumarchais Monte Carlo, 98000 Monaco M.-F. Toninelli Gaia Toninelli Louis Toninelli by appointment only gaiatoninelli@yahoo.com T +377.933.057.31 F +377.935.096.03


Twenty First Gallery Specialized in 21st Century Decorative Arts, Twenty First Gallery represents and promotes some of the most skilled European furniture designers of the contemporary period, who range from emerging to established.

works by: Nicolas Aubagnac Emmanuel Babled Aurélia Bire Mattia Bonetti

Erwan Boulloud Anne and Vincent Corbiere Hubert Le Gall Maurice Marty

Marcin Rusak Francois Salem Helene de Saint Lager Béatrice Serre

Hubert Le Gall, ‘L’Eternel Printemps’ Cabinet; bronze, edition of 8, 2018

76 Franklin Street New York, NY 10013 United States Renaud Vuaillat https://21stgallery.com info@21stgallery.com T +1 212.206.1967

D13


B3

Vallois Since its inception, Galerie Vallois has been dedicated to the most important creators of French Art Deco, and is celebrating 47 years in business including thirty-seven years in the St. Germain des PrĂŠs neighborhood of Paris

Jean-Michel Frank, Pair of drawers cabinet covered with parchment, circa 1930

41 rue de Seine Paris, 75006 France Robert Vallois Cheska Vallois Martine Baverel www.vallois.com artdeco@vallois.com T +33.1.43.295.084

27 East 67th Street New York, NY 10065 United States


Galerie Maria Wettergren

C3

Since 2010, this Paris gallery has specialized in contemporary Scandinavian design and art focusing on interdisciplinary dialogues between art, design, craft and architecture. In 2013, Maria Wettergren received the Finn Juhl Prize for her work as a gallerist.

works by: Mathias Bengtsson Benandsebastian Cecilie Bendixen Boris Berlin

Line Depping Germans Ermics Rasmus Fenhann Hanne Friis

Gjertrud Hals Ditte Hammerstroem Carl-Emil Jacobsen Astrid Krogh

Mikko Paakkanen Eske Rex Grethe Soerensen Hannes Stephensen

Ilkka Suppanen Tora Urup

Mathias Bengtsson, Growth Table; maple, 2017; photo credit: Oak Taylor Smith, Factum Arte

18 rue GuĂŠnĂŠgaud Paris, 75006 France Maria Wettergren www.mariawettergren.com info@mariawettergren.com T +33.1.4329.1960


A5

Wexler Gallery Exhibiting work that coexists in the expressive realms of design, fine art, and contemporary glass and ceramics. Questioning and testing the boundaries of these fields, Wexler Gallery presents functional and non-functional work that consistently celebrates innovation as much as aesthetic beauty.

works by: Wendell Castle FEYZ Judy McKie Gregory Nangle

Louise Nevelson Julian Opie Andy Paiko Timothy Schreiber

Richard Serra Steve Shaheen

Wendell Castle, Dining Table and Chairs; laminated cherry and leather, 1980

201 N 3rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 United States Lewis Wexler Sherri Apter Wexler Emily Sours www.wexlergallery.com info@wexlergallery.com T +1 215.923.7030


DESIGN DIRECTORY

521 Atelier Lighting Design & Interiors 402 Berkley Rd., Suite F Haverford, PA 19041 +1.347.625.6456

Amy Lau Design, Inc. 601 W. 26th St., Suite M272 New York, NY 10001 +1.212.645.6168

521atelier.com Principal: Claudia Librett claudia@521atelier.com

amylaudesign.com Principal: Amy Lau info@amylaudesign.com

The Archers 849 S. Broadway #PH1 Los Angeles, CA 90014 +1.323.850.8110 Instagram: @the.archers.inc

Commune 650 N. Robertson Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069 +1.310.855.9080

team-archers.com Principal: Richard Petit info@team-archers.com

communedesign.com Partners: Roman Alonso and Steven Johanknecht info@communedesign.com

Fernando Santangelo Inc. 41 Union Square West Suite 1033 New York, NY 10003 +1.212.625.9100

Fixtures and Fittings, Ltd. 254 E.68th St., Suite 29D New York, NY 10065 +1.516.448.1128

fernandosantangelo.com Principal: Fernando Santangelo info@fernandosantangelo.com

fixturesandfittings.com Principal: Nancy Davis nancy@fixturesandfittingsltd.com

Garden 26 / Moraillon & Lambrakis Design Corp 134 W. 26th St., Suite 1110 New York, NY 10001 +1. 212.242.4631 garden26.com Principals: Erik Moraillon and Helen Lambrakis info@garden26.com

S.H. DAVIDSON INTERIORS

D13

Ingrao 17 E. 64th St. New York, NY 10065 +1.212.472.5400 ingraoinc.com Partners: Tony Ingrao and Randy Kemper

S. H. Davidson Interiors 96 Lexington Ave. Mount Kisco, NY 10549 P: +1.914.241.4345 F: +1.914.241.4339

Steven Volpe Design 550 Pacific Ave. San Francisco, CA 94133 +1.415.722.5550

shdavidsoninteriors.com Scott H. Davidson shdavidsoninteriors@gmail.com

stevenvolpe.com Principal: Steven Volpe info@stevenvolpe.com Â


Kusmi Tea Westfield World Trade Center - South Concourse, Balcony Level The Plaza Food Hall - One West 58th St kusmitea.com


TO BENEFIT

HENRY STREET SETTLEMENT ORGANIZED BY

ART DEALERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA

FEBRUARY 28 – MARCH 3 PARK AVENUE ARMORY

GALA PREVIEW

ARTDEALERS.ORG/ARTSHOW

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27

AT 67TH STREET, NEW YORK

NEW NIGHT

212.766.9200, EXT. 248 OR HENRYSTREET.ORG/THEARTSHOW Jennifer Bartlett. Pool (detail), 1983. Courtesy Locks Gallery


The Gallery at 200 Lex The ultimate destination for modern and classic design. Featuring over 50 of the finest antique and 20th century dealers, with an innovative way to shop powered by Incollect. 200 LEXINGTON AVENUE, 10TH FLOOR, NEW YORK, NY 10016, 646.293.6633 , NYDC.COM/ ANTIQUES


then to now

2019 November 14-18 Park Avenue Armory • New York

Produced by Sanford L. Smith + Associates


A AAB

MANUSCRIPTS EPHEMERA AUTOGRAPHS

MAPS

ART PHOTOS

ILAB

59th annual ANTIQUARIAN BOOKSELLERS’ ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA

NEW YORK ANTIQUARIAN

BOOK7 FAIR March -10, 2019 nybookfair.com Park avenue armory produced by sanford L. Smith + associates #NYABF19 @NYBOokfair


EXHIBITORS

A8 A4 C5 D6 D7 B4 D2 D4 A6 D15 B1 A7 D17 D8 A14 A1 A3 C11 C7 D1 D11 D10 D19 D21 D5 A13 C9 D3 B2

ammann // gallery Ariadne Galleries Galerie de la Béraudière Galerie BSL Chahan Gallery Galerie Chastel-Maréchal Galleria Rossella Colombari Dansk Møbelkunst Demisch Danant Donzella Friedman Benda Thomas Fritsch – Artrium Gallery FUMI The Future Perfect Garrido Gallery David Gill Gallery Giustini/Stagetti Glass Past Michael Goedhuis Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts Cristina Grajales Gallery Heller Gallery Galerie Hervouet Charles-Wesley Hourdé Hostler Burrows Karl Kemp Nicholas Kilner Galerie kreo David Lévy & Associés

A18 C13 C1 A10 A11 A9 B11 C4 D9 C2 B10 A16 B7 B6 A20 A12 B8 B5 A22 A2 B9 C6 D21 B10 D13 B3 C3 A5

J. Lohmann Gallery Lost City Arts Yves Macaux Magen H Gallery Maison Gerard Maison Rapin Mazzoleni, London-Torino Todd Merrill Studio Moderne Gallery Modernity Thomas Monahan Fine Art Mouvements Modernes Sarah Myerscough Gallery Galerie Negropontes Nilufar Gallery Liz O’Brien Patrick Parrish Gallery Phoenix Ancient Art Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design R & Company Adrian Sassoon Southern Guild Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz M.F. Toninelli Art Moderne Twenty First Gallery Vallois Galerie Maria Wettergren Wexler Gallery

PRODUCED BY SANFORD L. SMITH + ASSOCIATES LTD thesalonny.com #thesalonny @theSalonNY


Eileen Fisher DesignWork

GALLERY KREO

HOSTLER BURROWS

D3

Press

Charles Burnand Collector’s Lounge

CHAHAN GALLERY

D5

D1

MODERNE GALLERY

CRISTINA GRAJALES GALLERY

TWENTY FIRST GALLERY

DONZELLA

D9

D11

D13

D15

D7 D2

D4

D6

D8

D10

GALLERIA ROSSELLA COLOMBARI

DANSK MØBELKUNST

GALERIE BSL

THE FUTURE PERFECT

HELLER GALLERY

BERNARD GOLDBERG FINE ARTS

LOST CITY ARTS GALERIE MARIA WETTERGREN

C1

GALERIE DE LA BÉRAUDIÈRE

MICHAEL GOEDHUIS

NICHOLAS KILNER

GLASS PAST

C5

C7

C9

C11

C3 Will Call/VIP Tickets Goyard

C2

C4

C6

MODERNITY

TODD MERRILL STUDIO

SOUTHERN GUILD SARAH MYERSCOUGH GALLERY

FRIEDMAN BENDA

Park Avenue Entrance/ Exit

B1

Coat Check

*Lalique

R& COMPANY DAVID GILL GALLERY

A2 Le Petite Canard Café

Karma Auto

A1

A4 ARIADNE GALLERIES

Salon Conversations

*Tours meet at Lalique

D17

D19

YVES MACAUX Callidus Guild

GALLERY FUMI

VALLOIS

PHOENIX ANCIENT ART

B3

B5 B4

B6

DAVID LÉVY & ASSOCIÉS

GALERIE CHASTEL-MARÉCHAL

GALERIE NEGROPONTES

C13 D21 POMERANTZ & HOURDÉ

MAZZOLENI LONDON- TORINO ADRIAN SASSOON

B7

B2

GALERIE HERVOUET

B11

B9 B8

PRIVEEKOLLEKTIE CONTEMPORARY ART | DESIGN

B10

PATRICK PARRISH TONINELLI & GALLERY MONAHAN

GIUSTINI/STAGETTI

WEXLER GALLERY

THOMAS FRITSCH – ARTRIUM

MAISON RAPIN

A3

A5

A7

A9

A22

KARL KEMP

MAISON GERARD

A13 A11

A6

A8

A10

A12

A14

A16

A18

DEMISCH DANANT

AMMANN // GALLERY

MAGEN H GALLERY

LIZ O’BRIEN

GARRIDO GALLERY

MOUVEMENTS MODERNES

J. LOHMANN GALLERY

A20 NILUFAR GALLERY


Profile for Sanford L. Smith + Associates

The Salon Art + Design 2018 Catalog  

The Salon Art + Design 2018 Catalog  

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded

Recommendations could not be loaded