World Finest International Galleries at Salon Art+Design NY – The world’s finest international galleries exhibiting historical, modern and contemporary furniture, groundbreaking design and late 19th through 21st century art.
Find classic designs by the great international 20th century masters, as well as creative works by today’s most innovative young artists. From classic and abstract antiquities to Art Nouveau, Deco, Mid Century Modern and the 1970’s, 80’s and 90’s culminating in the latest work of emerging masters, The Salon showcases global creations for every taste.
The Salon’s success was born from the quality of its galleries and the art pieces they exhibit. Few fairs today include the diversity of both fine and decorative arts found at The Salon. They want nothing less than excellence and always to bring design and arttogether.
The Salon exhibitors are carefully chosen for their detailed and creative way of presenting works of art and master craftsmanship that both predicts and reflects trends in the international culture of living. The intent of collectors and interior designers to create outstanding environments and not mere accumulations of objects is always in mind.
Design professionals, curious and art enthusiasts will be allowed to get to know 56 galleries from eleven countries exhibited at The Salon with an incredible selection of artworks.
Starting with antiquities, the historic root of design, skipping centuries into early modernist Nouveau, Deco, and internationalmid-century furniture from Britain, France, Germany, Italy, South Africa, Asia, and Scandinavia. Provocatively put side by side we can see 20th century and contemporary lighting, glass, and ceramics, works of the late 20th century and spectacular creations of today’s most masterful young designers. Interlaced all over are European, American, and Chinese works of art. The Salon is a renowned event, its magical secret for success is never stopping trying to improve.
Wade Thompson Drill Hall modeled after 19th-century European train stations andhistoric rooms designed by the leading designers Louis Comfort Tiffany and the Herter Brothers.
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