New York’s Salon Art + Design fair returns for its 12th edition

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A funky metallic table by Mattia Bonetti

International artists, designers, architects, and collectors will descend upon New Yorks Park Avenue Armory from November 9 to 13 for the annual Salon Art + Design. Returning for its 12th edition, the leading fair for collectible design will continue its legacy in merging time and space, bringing together vintage, modern, and futuristic designs from around the world. This year, the fair (produced by Sanford L. Smith + Associates) is extending its line-up, welcoming new exhibitors, U.S. debuts, and, for the first time, will integrate a select group of special design and jewelry exhibitions.

Colonne Noailles by LABAYE SUMI, shown by Charles Burnand Gallery (Courtesy Charles Burnand Gallery)

Colonne Noailles by LABAYE SUMI, shown by Charles Burnand Gallery (Courtesy Charles Burnand Gallery (Courtesy of Charles Burnand Gallery (Courtesy of Charles Burnand Gallery (Courtesy of Charles Burnand Gallery)

“We want Salon to provide a sense of discovery for our audiences, which includes both seasoned and entry-level collectors alike,” said Jill Bokor, executive director of Salon Art + Design, in a statement. “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 who are showcasing some of the most cutting-edge design, whether that be vintage, modern, or contemporary. We’re excited for our visitors to reconnect with the galleries one may expect at the fair, while also discovering the new and unexpected.”

Tempest Side Table by DeMuro Das (Courtesy DeMuro Das)

Of the nearly 50 exhibitors in the far, newcomers include Achille Salvagni Atelier, bo Design Group, Guy Regal NYC, Mercado Moderno, Mia Karlova Galerie, Salon Design, Spazio Nobile, and Zeit Contemporary Art. They fall alongside familiar names like Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, Cristina Grajales, David Gill Gallery, Donzella, Galerie Marcilhac, Karl Kemp, Liz O’Brien, Maison Gerard, Todd Merrill Studio, and Twenty First Gallery who are returning from previous years.

Light Entanglements by Stine Bidstrup, shown by Fumi Gallery (Courtesy Fumi Gallery)

Londons Charles Burnand Gallery will also be in attendance, featuring LABAYE SUMI, the studio led by Agathe Labaye and visual artist Florian Sumi. The duo operate under the ethos that objects make architecture and defy singular aesthetics. Their collaborative style is apparent in the Colonne Noailles, a stained glass sculptural light thats cues from classic pillars and provides dual functionality as a light source and side table.

Lampe Chios allumée by Charles Zana Mobilier (Jean-Pierre Vaillancourt)

Lampe Milos by Charles Zana Mobilier(Jean-Pierre Vaillancourt)

Other architects in the fair include Paris-based Charles Zana, founder of his epononymous architecture firm and the interior designer of MAD ArchitectsUNIC building. He will introduce his first self-produced, high-end furniture collection (which includes lighting and seating) extend his luxurious yet inviting visual language into products.

For the fairs first special design and jewelry exhibitions, the fair invited ABASK, Zana, Cox London, DeMuro Das, Humans Since 1982, Mathieu Lehanneur, Silvia Furmanovich, and others to create exclusive capsule collections.

Learn more about the attendees and works on view here.