At The Salon: Art + Design fair you might find works by
Chinese decorative arts,
furniture, and paintings by the like of
. In its
second year the fair continues to be gather top dealers and galleries to create
what the New York Times
in the making at the Park Avenue Armory.” In tune with current trends in
collecting and interiors, the fair’s 53 exhibitors from seven countries display
an eclectic mix of the most highly coveted art and design objects available at
When? Where? How?
The Salon takes place Friday, Nov. 15th, through Monday, Nov.
18th, at the Park Avenue Armory: 643 Park Ave.
(between 66th and 67th Streets). Tickets can be purchased online here
Why visit The Salon: Art + Design?
In its debut last November, The Salon attracted collectors,
interior designers, curators, and art and design aficionados from around the
world. The fair’s appeal lies in its encyclopedic approach to historic and
contemporary art and design, courtesy of top galleries and dealers from around
the world, alluring for both serious buyers and more casual enthusiasts.
Who are the organizers?
Who are the exhibitors?
With exhibitors coming from as far as California and Stockholm,
The Salon gives an international survey of art and design trends. This year
exhibitors include top dealers of Pre-Columbian art, 18th-century French
furniture, African art, Japanese ceramics, and Greek and Roman antiquities, to
name a few. Over half of the dealers are members of the Syndicat National des Antiquaires
, and many
are exhibiting in the U.S. for the first time. Exhibitor booths are spacious
and carefully curated. See the full list of exhibitors here
Want a preview?
The Salon’s opening night preview on Nov. 14th will be a
celebratory cocktail party hosted by Architectural Digest
Russell. Proceeds from the preview will go to Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club
can be purchased here
addition, the fair hosts a private viewing the night of Friday, Nov. 15th,
which will benefit Planned Parenthood.
Take a Designer-led Tour Compliments of The Salon and Artsy
This year The Salon collaborates with Artsy to offer guests a
series of tours, led by acclaimed designers. Designers guide guests around the
fair, highlighting works that reflect their taste and expertise. The schedule
of tours is as follows:
Saturday, Nov. 16th: 11am: Maria Brito, 1pm: Steven Gambrel, 3pm:
Sunday, Nov. 17th: 11am: Charles Pavarini III, 1pm: Amy Lau, 3pm:
Interested parties may contact (212)777-5218 or [email protected]
more about participating. Tours will meet at the VIP Desk at the front of the
Downtown Designer Dining
The Salon brings downtown dining uptown with a pop-up version of
Greenwich Village eatery Cole’s in the Park Avenue Armory’s Tiffany Room. The
fair’s official dining partner, Cole’s offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and
1950s décor: the restaurant was designed by Steven Gambrel. Diners can enjoy
traditional American comfort food with a contemporary twist. In the Silver Room
next door, guests enjoy a full bar and lounge.