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Salon Art + Design Fair Returns to New York City

The fair will showcase an array of pieces spanning everything from furniture to ceramics.

By Irenie Forshaw

It’s that time of year again: Sanford L. Smith + Associates has announced the 12th edition of Salon Art + Design. A staple of New York City’s cultural calendar, the design and art fair will return to the Park Avenue Armory for an incredible collection of exhibitions and events this fall.

Running from November 9 – 13, 2023, the fair will showcase over 50 exhibitors, presenting the very best vintage, modern, and contemporary design from across the world. The wide-ranging selection of pieces on display will span everything from furniture and ceramics to luxury trunks and Japanese art.

This year, Salon Art + Design is adding several new exhibitors to its line-up including, for the first time, a carefully selected group of special design and jewelry exhibitions.

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Demuro Das table
Side table by Demuro Das / ©Salon Art + Design

So who should you be looking out for? Among the treasures on display in New York is a unique furniture collection by architect Charles Zana; a series of elegant home-design objects from ABASK; and an assortment of tables crafted from hand-cast bronze and semi-precious stones by international design firm, DeMuro Das.

Alongside these exciting new voices, Salon Art + Design is set to welcome back several of its longstanding participants including Gallery FUMI, Karl Kemp, Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, Maison Gerard, and Twenty First Gallery.

ABASK flower vase at Salon Art + Design
1970s Accolay Flower Frog Vase at ABASK / ©Salon Art + Design

“We want Salon to provide a sense of discovery for our audiences, which includes both seasoned and entry-level collectors alike,” commented Jill Bokor, executive director of Salon Art + Design.

“While Salon is known for showing some of the most world-renowned galleries in design, we also want to serve as a platform for burgeoning galleries who are showcasing more of the most cutting-edge design, whether that be vintage, modern or contemporary.”

She continued: “We’re excited for our visitors to reconnect with the galleries one may expect at the fair while discovering the new and unexpected.”

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