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The Salon Art + Design 2018, one of the most important design events in New York and produced by Sanford Smith + Associates, is already ended. Featuring works from 56 leading art and design galleries (from 11 different countries), this design fair spotlighted the most creative works of contemporary art and top trends in collectible design from across the world.
Design Limited Edition has chosen some of the favorites art galleries from this year’s design exhibition that were showcased in the historic rooms of the Park Avenue Armory where visitors discovered something unique and contemporary.
Galerie Maria Wettergren
John Pomp shown by Jeff Lincholn
Reinier Bosch Melting Bench
Cloud coffee table by Barberini & Gunnell
Bronze Walk the Dog Console by Misha Kahn
Working at the intersection of design and sculpture, Misha Kahn, one of the most famous artist in this design event, creates objects whose function is masked by the unusual assemblage of objects he uses to create them. Kahn designs his objects by hand with unorthodox materials such as pool noodles and fishing wire and often produces the final work through digital means, creating an interplay between the handmade and the technological.
Tingle Tangle Mingle Mangle by Misha Kahn
Slurp, Snap, Arm Akimbo by Misha Kahn
One of the most art galleries in this New York Event was the Gallery FUMI. Full of fine art pieces with exclusive design, modern furniture of limited edition, it presents an exciting selection of works by some of its most sought-after and emerging artists and designers. Some highlights include new artworks came by Alex Hull.
Alex Hull’s Line Chair
Directly from London to provide some interior design ideas, David Gill Gallery returned to New York to celebrate design and art with some fine art pieces. Take a look at some of the most appreciated and get inspired by all their beauty.
Cabinet ‘Montage’ by Fedrikson Stallard
Sofá ‘Numa’ by Campana Brothers
Sculpture ‘The Tiger’ by Barnaby Barford