Where Fine Art Collectors Go

The eight edition of Salon Art + Design is back at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City featuring some of the world’s best design in vintage, modern and contemporary works. There are 56 galleries from 14 countries spotlighting the trends of collectible design from a highly curated mixture fine art and interior pieces. The different works range from art periods: Bauhaus, Art Deco and mid-century design along with work by young and established contemporary makers. 

Featured image: Chair by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer at Side Gallery, Barcelona.

Design and Style Report image, Salon Art + Design, Lauren Nauman, J. Lohmann Gallery
Lauren Nauman porcelain from J. Lohmann Gallery, NY
Design and Style Report image, Salon Art + Design, Ariadne Galleries
Greek sculpture second century BC from Ariadne Galleries, NY
Design and Style Report image, Salon Art + Design, Priveekollektie Gallery
Priveekollektie Gallery, Netherlands
Design and Style Report image, Salon Art + Design, Jacques Henri Varichon, Demisch Danant Gallery
Jacques Henri Varichon chair from Demisch Danant Gallery, NY
Design and Style Report image, Salon Art + Design, Pippin Drysdale, Adrian Sassoon Gallery
Pippin Drysdale vases from Adrian Sassoon Gallery, London
Design and Style Report image, Salon Art + Design, Maisie Broadhead, Sarah Myerscough Gallery
Maisie Broadhead print from Sarah Myerscough Gallery, London
Design and Style Report image, Salon Art + Design, Edgar Brandt, Bernard Goldberg Fine Art
Edgar Brandt table lamp from Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, NY
Design and Style Report image, Salon Art + Design, Robert Goossens, Maison Rapin
Robert Goossens side table from Maison Rapin, Paris
Design and Style Report image, Salon Art + Design, Ad Hoc, Amman Gallery
Ad Hoc stool from Amman Gallery, Cologne
Design and Style Report image, Salon Art + Design, Jean-Paul Riopelle, Mazzoleni Gallery
Jean-Paul Riopelle painting from Mazzoleni Galery-London and Torino

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