Salone Art + Design Will Present Top Mid-Century And Contemporary Ideas – This incredible event has been becoming quite popular among the interior design industry since the inspiring Art déco inspirations became one of the biggest design trends beloved by the public. Among mid-century designs are works by celebrated American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, which will be presented by Bernard Goldberg Fine Art, and creations by Japanese-American woodworker George Nakashima shown by Moderne. The art and design event returns to the Park Avenue Armory in the vibrant Big Apple from November 14-18.
Presenting the world’s best design, vintage, modern and contemporary, enhanced by blue-chip 20th century and contemporary art, NYC’S Salon Art+Design will feature 56 leading art and design galleries, from 14 different countries, spotlighting the trends of collectible design. Very different from other fairs and trade shows, this incredible design event is all about a highly curated mixture of historic and contemporary collectible design and fine art.
Just as top interior designers create eclectic homes for discerning clients, Salon Art+Design exhibitors are encouraged to create immersive environments mirroring the way they live today. Sixty studios and galleries will showcase a mix of contemporary and mid-century collectible art and design at this year’s event.
Jill Bokor, executive director of Salon Art + Design, explained that one of the reasons why the event has become so popular is that it doesn’t make any distinction between art and design, both aesthetically and commercially. “Salon has always encouraged inclusion and diversity in the cauldron of what collectors buy and the way people live. We’re also trying to push the way people think about the boundaries of collectible design“, she explained.
Here are three incredible mid-century artworks that you must spot at the event:
1. Bernard Goldberg Fine Art – Designs by Frank Lloyd Wright:
2. Legado Arte – Jacaranda Chair by Juliana Vosconcellos and Mateus Barreto:
3. Moderne Gallery – Hanging Cabinet by George Nakashima: