The Salon Art + Design 2018
, which presents historical, modern and contemporary furniture, groundbreaking design and late 19th through 21st century art, is pleased to announce the 2018 exhibitors for its forthcoming seventh edition, November 8 - 12, 2018 at the iconic Park Avenue Armory. The fair, produced by , will showcase 56 galleries representing 11 countries, including 30 international galleries.
Following its landmark sixth installment last November, which welcomed more than 12,000 visitors, the 2018 edition of The Salon Art + Design will bring together a diverse and international group of art and design dealers showcasing exceptional global material for every taste. In addition to 26 U.S. exhibitors, this year will include a selection of European and international galleries hailing from Belgium (3), France (12), Germany (1), Italy (3), Monaco (1), the Netherlands (1), South Africa (1), Spain (1), Sweden (1) and the United Kingdom (6). Visitors will find classic designs by international 20th century masters, as well as works by contemporary artists. Offerings range from classic and abstract antiquities to Art Nouveau, Deco, Mid Century Modern and the 1970’s, 80’s and 90’s culminating in the latest work of emerging masters.
Newcomers to The Salon include Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz (France), Chahan Gallery (France), Donzella (U.S.), Galerie de la Béraudiére (Belgium), Galerie Hervout (France), Glass Past (U.S.), Heller Gallery (U.S.), Mouvements Moderns (France), Phoenix Ancient Art (Switzerland/U.S.), Southern Guild (South Africa) and The Future Perfect (U.S.).
The Salon Art + Design is proud to partner with returning sponsors and and welcomes first-time sponsors and . Charity partners include and .
The Salon will also welcome a number of special exhibitions including an installation by contemporary American visual artist . Widely credited with catalyzing the resurgence of the twenty-first century terrarium in its contemporary interpretation, Hayes’ practice re-defines and expands the parameters of art beyond static inanimate objects by concentrating on the natural environment.