Sam Orlando Miller, *Rifugio dei Viandante,* 1931.
Photo: Courtesy of Gallery FUMI

Preview the Exceptional Finds at The Salon Art + Design

From midcentury Brazilian furniture to modern Scandinavian ceramics, here’s a sampling of what you’ll find at The Salon this year

The Salon Art + Design returns to New York’s iconic Park Avenue Armory on November 8 with 56 exhibiting galleries, most of which are international. The annual fair presents historical, modern, and contemporary furniture, groundbreaking design and art from the late 19th through the 21st centuries. This year’s iteration features offerings as diverse as a rare Elephanteau armchair by Jean Royère at Galerie Chastel Marechal to postwar masters drawings at David Lévy & Associés and treasures from the ancient world at Ariadne Galleries.

Following a landmark sixth installment last year, which welcomed more than 12,000 visitors, the 2018 edition of The Salon aims to bring together a diverse, international group of art and design dealers showcasing exceptional global material for every taste.

See our selections below for a preview of some of the most anticipated booths at the fair.

Michele Oka Doner, Water Flowers chandelier, 2018. Photo: David Gill Gallery

David Gill Gallery, London

Returning to New York’s celebrated furniture and art fair, David Gill Gallery will be presenting an exciting group display of works by Mattia Bonetti, Fredrikson Stallard, Zaha Hadid, Barnaby Barford, and Michele Oka Doner, along with artists and designers new to the London-based gallery.

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José Zanine Caldas (1919–2001), Important sofa in solid vinhatico wood, circa 1980. Photo: Courtesy Galerie Chastel-Maréchal. ©Agence Phar - J. Beylard et V. Luc

Galerie Chastel-Maréchal, Paris

Galerie Chastel-Maréchal will present an exceptional selection of modern Brazilian design from the 1950s to the 1980s and French designers from the 1920s to the 1980s at The Salon—a selection of Brazilian pieces that have never been shown before. The gallery will also show extremely rare pieces from Eugène Printz, mirrors from Line Vautrin, and works by André Arbus.

Kristina Riska, Copper Dot, 2018. Photo: Courtesy of Hostler Burrows

Hostler Burrows, New York

Hostler Burrows, a New York gallery specializing in Nordic and American design, integrates contemporary and vintage work with a primary focus on studio ceramics, particularly work by female artists. Its booth at The Salon will feature works by Finnish ceramic artist Kristina Riska, among others.

Carol Egan, round ottoman. Photo: Courtesy of Maison Gerard

Maison Gerard, New York

Founded in 1974, Maison Gerard specializes in fine French Art Deco, 20th-century, and contemporary design furniture, lighting, and objets d’art. Incorporating works from the early 1900s to the present day, Maison Gerard creates unique and modern spaces reflecting the philosophy that no one today lives in a period-defined room.

Zizipho Poswa, Umthwalo 1. Photo: Hayden Phipps/Courtesy of Southern Guild

Southern Guild, Cape Town

Southern Guild has spearheaded the high-end design category in Africa.  In 2011, it became the first African gallery to present at Design Miami, and in 2015 it was the first to be featured at Christie’s annual design auction in London. This year’s fair marks Southern Guild’s first appearance at The Salon.

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Greek geometric horse in bronze, seventh century b.c. Photo: Courtesy of Phoenix Ancient Art

Phoenix Ancient Art, Geneva + New York

Phoenix Ancient Art is among the world’s leading dealers of rare and exquisite antiquities. Its offerings include antiquities of the highest quality and interest and come from a broad geographic range that covers the Mediterranean region and western and central Asia.


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