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Design Miami/Basel 2017: What to Expect from the Most Global Edition

Design Miami/Basel 2017: What to Expect from the Most Global Edition – with 47 galleries representing 11 countries!

/ Diverse offering in aesthetic and period including the introduction of Art Nouveau
/ First ever South American gallery to participate in Design Miami/ Basel, Mercado
Moderno
/ Significant exhibitions of Ettore Sottsass; André Sornay; Jean Royère; MAD
architects of China; and Christ & Gantenbein architects of Switzerland

The twelfth edition of Design Miami/ Basel, this upcoming June
12-18, will bring the most diverse group of galleries, represented countries, and
historic and contemporary styles ever presented. A celebration of the truly global
language of design, Design Miami/ Basel will welcome six first-time galleries and 12
founding galleries, presenting a wide range of important works at the collectible
design market’s landmark event.

“Looking around our world in 2017 – from the US to the UK, France and beyond, it is
with great pride that this edition of Design Miami/ Basel will be the most diverse ever.
More countries of origin than any previous edition are represented at the fair and a
broader range of styles and aesthetics than ever before,” said Rodman Primack, Chief
Creative Officer, Design Miami/.

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Notable within this year’s program is the inclusion of Art Deco and Art Nouveau styles
thanks to the expert offering of first-time gallerist Robert Zehil of Monaco, which
builds on the vast range of styles spanning the twentieth century of design and
decorative arts which include Art Nouveau, Art Deco, De Stijl, Post-War Italian, PostWar
French, Mid-Century Modern Scandinavian, Post Modernism, Italian Glass, and
Precious & Fine Artist Jewelry alongside contemporary works of the twenty-first
century.

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New typologies of collectible design contribute to the gallery program this year with
Lee Siegelson, dealer of precious gemstones and rare jewelry who joins from New
York; and Gallery ALL of Beijing and Los Angeles who brings MAD architects of China.
Christ & Gantenbein architects, who designed the new Kunstmuseum Basel extension
will show their first forays into furniture, alongside Trix & Robert Hausmann, with
MANIERA, of Brussels.

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Significant solo shows with prominence this edition include Ettore Sottsass, to be
shown by Friedman Benda of New York in celebration of the centenary of the designer;
and André Sornay from expert Alain Marcelpoil of Paris, who returns for his second
year in Basel. Marcelpoil will focus on two periods of the Art Deco designer’s work,
specifically before and during the nails period. And Galerie Patrick Seguin shows a
monumental work by Jean Prouvé – a demountable 6 x 9m house from 1944 that
welcomes visitors to the gallery program.

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“We are so pleased that with this edition, growth and expansion across markets is
clear. It speaks to the growth of the fair and the vitality of the collectible design market
that gallerists of such caliber and breadth are joining us in Basel,” said Jennifer
Roberts, CEO, Design Miami/.

The Design Curio program returns to Basel this year, with participants to be
announced.

2017 Gallery Program/
ammann//gallery/ Cologne
Antonella Villanova/ Florence
Caroline Van Hoek/ Brussels
Carpenters Workshop Gallery/ Paris, London & New York
Casati Gallery/ Chicago
Chamber/ New York
Cristina Grajales Gallery/ New York
Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery/ Copenhagen & Paris
Demisch Danant/ New York
Erastudio Apartment-Gallery/ Milan
Etage Projects/ Copenhagen
Friedman Benda/ New York
Galerie Alain Marcelpoil/ Paris
Galerie Eric Philippe/ Paris
Galerie Jacques Lacoste/ Paris
Galerie kreo/ Paris & London
Galerie Maria Wettergren/ Paris
Galerie Matthieu Richard/ Paris
Galerie Pascal Cuisinier/ Paris
Galerie Patrick Seguin/ Paris & London
Galerie Philippe Gravier/ Paris
Galerie VIVID/ Rotterdam
Galleria Rossella Colombari/ Milan
Galleri Feldt/ Copenhagen & Berlin
Gallery ALL/ Los Angeles & Beijing
Gallery FUMI/ London
Gate 5/ Monaco
Giustini Stagetti/ Galleria O. Roma/ Rome
Heritage Gallery/ Moscow
Hostler Burrows/ New York
Jousse Entreprise/ Paris
LAFFANOUR – Galerie Downtown/ Paris
Magen H Gallery/ New York
MANIERA/ Brussels
Marc Heiremans/ Brussels
Mercado Moderno/ Rio de Janeiro
Nilufar Gallery/ Milan
Ornamentum/ Hudson
Pierre Marie Giraud/ Brussels
R & Company/ New York
Robert Zehil Gallery/ Monte Carlo
Salon 94 Design/ New York
Sarah Myerscough Gallery/ London
Siegelson/ New York
Thomas Fritsch – ARTRIUM/ Paris
Todd Merrill Studio
Victor Hunt Designart Dealer/ Brussels

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