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The Salon Art + Design, Park Avenue Armory, New York, NY
November 12-16, 2015
The Salon Art + Design hosts the world's finest galleries in historical, modern and contemporary art and design. Visitors will find works from the great cabinet makers of 18th century France to English Arts + Crafts, Art Deco, Mid Century Modern to today's newest up-and-coming designers. The success of The Salon lies in the quality of the exhibiting galleries, the extremely international flavor of the material, and this eclecticism that is highly sought by today’s collectors and influencers. The Salon is a vetted fair and the only international fair of this caliber to...

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The International Fine Art & Antiques Show is shaking things up for its 27th iteration. Held at the distinguished Park Avenue Armory from October 23–29, 2015, the fair will debut a new name and logo as well as an updated marketing aesthetic. Now simply called The International Show, the fair, which has historically featured fine art and antiques, will also include twentieth century and contemporary art and design. According to Anna Haughton, who organizes the fair alongside Brian Haughton, “20th century/contemporary design/works of art, now a fully ensconced collecting area at the fair, is represented by exceptional dealers.” The fair has also added “Art, Antiques and Design” to its title to cover the three major categories represented at the fair. The Haughtons believe that...

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Wednesday, 23 September 2015 12:01

The IFPDA Print Fair Releases Its 2015 Exhibitor List

International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) has announced the exhibitors for its annual Prints Fair that runs from November 4 to 8, at the Park Avenue Armory. Launched in 1991, the fair will present 89 exhibitors this year, selected from the foundation’s members of international art dealers. “The Fair tracks 500 years of printmaking,” said IFPDA executive director Michele Senecal, “and given that it draws the top collectors and curators, exhibitors must be diligent in their efforts to secure the best offerings to present, whether they be Old Master, Modern, or Contemporary.”

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Wednesday, 16 September 2015 12:33

The ADAA Art Show Releases Its 2016 Exhibitor List

Seventy-two galleries, including such stalwarts as Pace, Matthew Marks, Acquavella, and Sean Kelly, are among those who will show at the 28th annual Art Dealers Association of America art fair next year. Slated for March 2–6, 2016 at the Park Avenue Armory, the ADAA Art Show announced its list of exhibitors in a release today. The fair’s opening gala will benefit the Henry Street Settlement, the Lower East Side social-service nonprofit.

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New York City's Park Avenue Armory has announced that the Thompson Family Foundation has donated $65 million towards a programming endowment.

The endowment allows the Armory to increase the number and frequency of performing and visual arts presentations. More importantly, the money increases the reach of its arts education initiatives for underprivileged public school children.

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Although the New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show is still over five months away, all exhibitor space has been committed for the distinguished event, which will be held at the historic Park Avenue Armory. Now in its second year, the show is one of ten preeminent art, antique, and jewelry events produced by the Palm Beach Show Group (PBSG). According to Scott Diament, President and CEO of the PBSG, The ‘all space committed’ six months before the event is a testament to the incredible collectors that attended the 2014 event and to the overall strategy of growth that the Palm Beach Show Group has pursued over the last four years culminating in a...

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Decorative details by Lockwood de Forest, architectural woodwork by Stanford White, painted friezes by Francis D. Millet and George Yewell, stencil-work by Samuel Colman, embroideries by Candace Wheeler -- the Park Avenue Armory’s Veterans Room is a masterpiece of the American Aesthetic Movement -- an avant-garde style rooted in the belief that everything should be beautiful. Built in the late nineteenth century, the opulent space was designed and executed by Louis C. Tiffany, Associated Artists -- a cooperative firm of designers led by the visionary Louis Comfort Tiffany. The room is one of the few surviving spaces by Associated Artists, and one of only two interiors by Tiffany and White ever created -- the second one being the Armory’s library, which is located next door to the Veterans Room.

The Park Avenue Armory, which boasts an extraordinary ensemble of nineteenth-century period rooms, has announced that it will revitalize its Veterans Room as part of an ongoing, $200-million project that has helped turn its five-story landmark building...

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For the past thirty-five years, the AIPAD Photography Show New York has championed the photographic medium as well as the dealers who specialize in the field. Organized by the Association of International Photography Art Dealers’ (AIPAD), the show, which has emerged  as one of the most highly anticipated annual photography events in the world, is the longest-running exhibition dedicated to the medium. According to Catherine Edelman, the president of AIPAD and the director of the Catherine Edelman Gallery, “We’ve gone from being a table-top hotel fair to the Park Avenue Armory -- arguably the most prestigious exhibition space in New York City. The growth of the AIPAD Show is reflected in the quality of the dealers and the quality of the venue -- the fair has truly been refined over the years.”

This year’s show, which is open to the public April 16-19, 2015, features eight-nine of the world’s top fine art photography galleries...

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Wednesday, 04 March 2015 17:13

The ADAA Art Show Opens at the Park Avenue Armory

The Art Dealers Association of America’s (ADAA) 27th annual Art Show opened to the public on Wednesday, March 4, 2015. The ADAA Art Show’s kick-off marks the beginning of New York City's Armory Week -- a highly-anticipated, multifaceted art event that includes a dizzying array of fairs, gallery exhibitions, and related happenings.

Held at the historic Park Avenue Armory, this year’s ADAA Art Show features thoughtfully curated solo, two-person, and thematic exhibitions organized by 72 of the country’s leading art dealers. Featuring both modern masters and cutting-edge contemporary works in all media, the show allows exhibitors to emphasize their gallery’s vision through these finely curated exhibitions. Highlights include Thomas Colville Fine Art’s (Guilford, Connecticut) presentation of works by James Abbott McNeill Whistler and other artists who were influenced by the late nineteenth-century painter, and Hirschl & Adler Galleries’ (New York, New York) exploration of Jazz Age Modernism, which includes works by Winold Reiss, Romare Bearden, Stuart Davis, and others.

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On Sunday, February 1, 2015, the 61st iteration of the inimitable Winter Antiques Show drew to a close at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City. Over the course of the ten-day event, collectors, first-time buyers, museum curators, interior designers, and dealers, took to the show floor to browse and snap up fine art, furniture, and decorative objects from antiquity through the 1960s (Fig. 1).

The show kicked off on Thursday, January 22, 2015, with an Opening Night Preview Party that welcomed nearly 2,000 attendees, including Martha Stewart, Michael Bloomberg and Diana Taylor, Arie and Coco Kopelman, Ellie Cullman, Thomas Jayne, Bunny Williams and John Rosselli, Sandra Nunnerley, and John Douglas Eason. The Preview Party, which benefited the East Side House Settlement, a community-based organization in the South Bronx, gave guests an opportunity to peruse and purchase works before the show opened to the public on Friday, January 23, 2015.

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