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Karl Zhan Salon Art + Design

Salon Art + Design Debuts at the Park Avenue Armory for 10th Anniversary Edition

Salon Art + Design returns to New York’s Park Avenue Armory for its decade anniversary, open to the public from November 11—15. The 10-year celebration will see an expansive selection of vintage, modern, and contemporary design from around 50 international exhibitors, presented in carefully curated, immersive settings.

Presented by partners The Benlord and Moët & Chandon, this year’s edition welcomes newcomers like Gallery Dobrinka Salzman, Lobel Modern, Ornamentum, Shoshana Wayne Gallery, Throckmorton Fine Art, and Culture Object. Meanwhile, returning galleries include names like Michael Goedhuis, The Future Perfect, Patrick Parrish Gallery, Portuondo, Todd Merrill Studio, Twenty First Gallery, Wexler Gallery, Priveekollektie Contemporary Art | Design, R & Company, Ateliers Courbet, and Carole Davenport Japanese Art.

Karl Zhan Salon Art + Design Karl Zhan, Untitled sculpture, 2021, courtesy of the artist and The Future Perfect.

Fairgoers will also find the armory’s historic rooms in the front halls hosting a series of special installations and exhibitions. To name a few, the Tiffany-designed library will host the Brazilian jeweler Silvia Furmanovich, presenting the result of its recent expansion into objects for the home, like stools, mirrors, and tables. In Drill Hall, the ceramicist Peter Lane is crafting a site-specific installation of wall sculptures and furniture, while Lillian Gorbachincky Atelier will share an installation combining art, sculpture, furniture, lighting, and music in the Parlor. And the Italian luxury furniture studio Unica will present a piece from its “Fioriture” collection in the North Hall.

Other happenings to look out for include those like the label Spoliā hosting the fair’s first-ever fashion show on November 13 and an art talk hosted by Dr. Emily Stoehrer on November 15, surrounding NYC Jewelry Week.

Ian Collings at Salon Art + Design Ian Collings, Stone Table – Onyx, 2021, 14 x 38 x 27 inches, courtesy of the artist and The Future Perfect.
Chen Chen & Kai Williams with The Future Perfect for Salon Art + Design Chen Chen and Kai Williams, Bean Mirrors, 2021, Glass, silver nitrate, and various stones, L 20 x W 1.5 x H 42.5 inches, L 23.25 x W 1.5 x H 41.5 inches, and L 22 x W 1.5 x H 40.5 inches; courtesy of the artists and The Future Perfect.




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