David Gill Gallery, Sebastian Brajkovic, ‘Garnier’ Chair

Fair Returns to the Park Avenue Armory for its 12th Edition

Salon Art + Design, the leading collectible design and art fair produced by Sanford L. Smith + Associates, announces its 12th edition, taking place at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City from November 9 – 13, 2023. Salon Art + Design has evolved into the premier destination for showcasing, acquiring and engaging with design and art. A highlight of New York City’s Fall arts calendar, Salon is pleased to unveil new exhibitors, paired with special displays of collectible design.

Featuring some 50 exceptional exhibitors from around the world, Salon presents leading design – vintage, modern and contemporary – and blue-chip 20th-century art. The fair presents an array of material from furniture, studio glass and ceramics, to Japanese art and jewelry.

Salon is thrilled to welcome several new exhibitors, many who are much-anticipated up-and-comers in the collectible design space, and some debuting in the US for the first time at the fair. New design exhibitors include Achille Salvagni Atelier, bo Design Group, Didier Ltd., Galerie Mathivet, Galerie Philia, Guy Regal NYC, Mercado Moderno, Mia Karlova Galerie, Rosior, Salon Design, Spazio Nobile and Yvel. Galerie Gmurzynska, Halcyon Gallery and Zeit Contemporary Art join the fair as new fine art dealers.

While the fair is known for paving the way for new exhibitors and voices in design, Salon is pleased to welcome back longstanding participants including Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, Cristina Grajales, David Gill Gallery, Donzella Ltd, Galerie Marcilhac, Galerie Chastel-Maréchal, Gallery FUMI, Karl Kemp, Liz O’Brien, Maison Gerard, Todd Merrill Studio and Twenty First Gallery.

For the first time, Salon will integrate a select group of special design and jewelry exhibitions on the floor, ranging from exclusive capsule collections from individual designers to smaller curations from galleries. Special design exhibitors include ABASK, Charles Zana Mobilier, Cox London, DeMuro Das, Humans Since 1982, Mathieu Lehanneur, Phillip Thomas Inc., Silvia Furmanovich and Trunks Company.

“We want Salon to provide a sense of discovery for our audiences, which includes both seasoned and entry- level collectors alike,” says 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 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.”

The fair distinguishes itself through its meticulously curated blend of the historic and cutting-edge contemporary collectible design and fine art. Just as esteemed interior designers craft eclectic and cutting- edge spaces for their discerning clientele, exhibitors at Salon Art + Design are encouraged to fashion immersive environments that mirror the dynamic ways we decorate and live today.

Each year, Salon elects an esteemed group of individuals who embody the spirit of the fair to join their Honorary Committee. This year’s Committee is Co-Chaired by Nathalie Laura de Gunzburg joined by Paul Arnhold, GuillaumeCoutheillas, Beth RudinDeWoody, Linda Fargo, Dennis Freedman, Wendy Goodman, Gabriel Hendifar, Julie Hillman, Colin King, Jeff Klein, Carlos Mota, David Netto, Daniella Ohad, Suchi Reddy and Lizzie Tisch.

Salon is also pleased to announce the fourth issue of Salon – The Intersection of Art + Design Magazine, the fair’s luxurious print publication that is available on Salon’s website. Produced in conjunction with Cultureshock Media – known for their outstanding publications by such entities as Sotheby’s, The Tate and the V&A – the magazine is slated to publish mid-October.

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Salon Art + Design, produced by Sanford L. Smith + Associates, presents the world’s best design – vintage, modern, and contemporary – enhanced by blue-chip 20th-century art. The Salon’s inclusivity and willingness to consider both fine and decorative art in the context of contemporary life is predicated on the belief that today, more than ever, designers and collectors create environments rather than collect objects. The success of Salon lies in the quality of its exhibiting galleries, the extremely international flavor of the material, and an eclecticism that is highly sought by today’s collectors and tastemakers.

Appealing to seasoned and young collectors alike, Salon offers an extensive yet curated range of pieces, ensuring something for everyone. The Salon is the only international fair of this caliber to combine styles, genres, and periods cutting a universal and timeless swath.

Salon Art + Design will bring together a diverse and international group of art and design dealers, showcasing exceptional global material for every taste. In addition to an array of stateside exhibitors, this year will include a selection of European and international galleries hailing from Belgium, France, Israel, Monaco, The Netherlands, Portugal, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

*Achille Salvagni Atelier – US

Contemporary Design

Ariadne Galleries – US

Classical Antiquities

Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts – US

20th Century International Art and Design

bo Design Group – US

Contemporary Design

Carole Davenport Japanese Art – US

Japanese Art

Charles Burnand Gallery – UK

Contemporary Design

Cristina Grajales – US

Contemporary Design

David Gill Gallery – UK

Contemporary International Design

*Didier Ltd. – UK

Artist Jewelry & Design

Donzella – US

Post-war International Design


Contemporary Design

Galerie Chastel-Maréchal – France

20th CenturyFrenchDesign

*Galerie Gmurzynska – Switzerland

Modern and Contemporary Art

Galerie Marcilhac – France

20th Century Decorative Arts

*Galerie Mathivet – France

French Decorative Arts

Galerie Negropontes – France

Contemporary French Design

*Galerie Philia – US

International contemporary sculptural design and art

Gallery FUMI – UK

Contemporary Design

*Guy Regal NYC – US

Fine Art, Furniture and Decorative Arts

*Halcyon Gallery – UK

Contemporary Art

J. Lohmann Gallery – US

Contemporary Ceramics

Karl Kemp – US

Furniture & Decorative Arts

Lebreton – US / Monaco

Post-war French and European Art

Liz O’Brien – US

Modern and Contemporary American and European Design

Lobel Modern – US

20th Century Design

Magen H Gallery – US

Modern International Design

Maison Gerard – US

Modern and Contemporary European and American Design

Maison Rapin – France

20th Century and Contemporary Design

*Mercado Moderno – US

Modern Brazilian Design

*Mia Karlova Galerie B.V. – US

Modern Brazilian Design

Opera Gallery – US / UK / France / Switzerland / Asia

Modern and Contemporary Art

Phoenix Ancient Art – US

Antiquities and Modern Art

*Rosior – Portugal

Contemporary Fine Jewelry

*Salon Design – US

Contemporary Design

Spazio Nobile – Belgium

Contemporary Applied Arts, Design and Photography

Thomas Fritsch – Artrium – France

Post-War French Ceramics

Throckmorton Fine Art – US

Latin Photography, Asian and Pre-Columbian Works

Todd Merrill Studio – US

20th Century & 21st Century Furniture and Lighting

Twenty First Gallery – US

Contemporary Design

WonderGlass – UK

Contemporary Glass

*Yvel – Israel

Contemporary Jewelry

*Zeit Contemporary Art – US

Modern, Post-War and Contemporary Art