The Salon Art + Design Announces 2014 Line-up Featuring 55 Exhibitors from Ten Countries
The Salon: Art + Design has announced its list of exhibitors for the fairs' third year, running from November 13-17 2014. Salon: Art + Design is produced in association with France's Syndicat National des Antiquaires, the most prestigious dealers' association in Europe.
Thirty-eight galleries will return to the Salon this year. These dealers will be joined by 17 new exhibitors from Berlin, Cologne, Korea, London, New York, Paris, and Turin, making the Salon the most international fair to be held in the Park Avenue Armory.
Among the new exhibitors is DeLorenzo Gallery, the leading dealer of art deco in the United States. It will be the gallery's inaugural fair; they have never done one before. Coming to New York for the first time is the elegant and edgy Parisian Galerie kreo showing contemporary design commissioned by the gallery as well as an extraordinary collection of vintage lighting. Berlin’s Ulrich Fiedler Gallery also participates for the first time bringing rare and specialized design objects from the 20th century. New York’s Todd Merrill Studio Contemporary will present an exciting one-artist show of the furniture of Joseph Walsh, an Irish designer who creates furniture constructed from ash, in sinuous graceful forms. London’s David Gill Galleries will present a booth of art and design including works by Zaha Hadid, Gaetano Pesce and Mattia Bonetti.
From Turin, the exceptional Mazzoleni Galleria d’Arte will shows Italian paintings from such masters as Alberto Burri, Lucio Fontana and Augustino Bonalumi. New to the Salon, as well, is storied Chinese Art Dealer, Michael Goedhuis who will present a glowing selections of paintings by contemporary Chinese masters whom he has helped to put on the map. Among the returning galleries are Paris’ top deco dealers, L’Arc en Seine and Galerie Vallois. Returning art dealers include Galeries Beres, Boulakia and Le Minotaure all from Paris, Connaught Brown and Richard Nagy from London and New York’s Vivian Horan Gallery. These galleries have been with the Salon since the beginning.