New York’s Salon Art and Design Returns for Its 12th Edition, Promising Visitors a ‘Sense of Discovery’

The fair will take place at New York's Park Avenue Armory November 9–13, 2023.

Mel Bochner, Do I Have To Draw You a Picture (2023). Courtesy of Opera Gallery.

A premier destination for presenting and collecting fine art and collectible design, Salon Art and Design returns this month for its 12th edition. Taking place from November 9 through 13, 2023 at the iconic Park Avenue Armory, the fair will feature nearly 50 exhibitors—both local and international—presenting a dynamic and diverse array of vintage, modern, and contemporary design as well as 20th-century blue chip artworks. From furniture and studio glass to ceramic and jewelry, as well as painting, photography, and sculpture, the forthcoming edition promises to bring visitors a dazzling and wide-ranging exploration of fine art and design.

Anina Major, Double Dutch (2022). Courtesy of Shoshana Wayne Gallery.

Alongside returning favorites, such as Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, Todd Merrill Studio, and Twenty First Gallery, a host of exhibitors are slated to participate for the first time, several of which are simultaneously making their U.S. debut. Halcyon Gallery and Zeit Contemporary Art will be among the ranks of new fine art dealers joining Salon Art and Design, and Achille Salvagni Atelier, Galerie Mathivet, and Mercado Moderno are just a few of the new design exhibitors.

Nickolas Muray, Frida Kahlo in Blue Blouse (1939, printed 1991). Courtesy of Throckmorton Fine Art.

Premiering at the fair this season, Salon will stage a selection of special design and jewelry exhibitions on the fair floor, ranging from exclusive capsule collections by important designers to smaller, curated presentations from galleries. Speaking of the direction of the fair, Executive Director Jill Bokor said, “We want Salon to provide a sense of discovery for our audiences, which includes both seasoned and entry-level collectors alike. While Salon is known for showing some of the most world-renowned galleries in design, we also want the fair to serve as a platform for burgeoning galleries that are showcasing some of the most cutting-edge designs, whether that be vintage, modern, or contemporary. We’re excited for our visitors to reconnect with galleries one may expect at the fair, while also discovering the new and unexpected.”

Andy Warhol, Candy Box (1980). Courtesy of Zeit Contemporary Art.

While the fair—as always—promises to showcase the pinnacle of design, art collectors and enthusiasts will find incredible inclusions of work by some of modern and contemporary art history’s most iconic artists. Andy Warhol, Mel Bochner, and Anni Albers are just a few of the canonic artists that will be featured at the fair.

Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a long-time attendee, the 12th edition of Salon Art and Design is not to be missed.

Rudolf Livora, Girl With Flute (ca. 1908). Courtesy of Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts.

Salon Art and Design will take place November 9–13, 2023 at the Park Avenue Armory.

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