Salon Art + Design 2019 – The Best of the 1st Day ⇒ Salon Art + Design 2019 has officially kicked off, and only on day 1, there are already a couple of incredible highlights to point out. From the presence of incredible figures in the art and design areas to the display of some of the most incredibly designed objects this year, no doubt that we can expect some great things from the bespoke event.
Salon Art + Design has returned for its eighth edition at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City. Until November 18, there will be many art galleries and other furniture players which promise to mark a striking presence at this design event. Now sit back, relax, and scroll down to see the highlights so far!
Among one of the main presences so far we can see a perfect example that shows that furniture and abstract art can mix when done right. Apparatus’s Jeremy Anderson, owner David Aldaheff has kicked off with this incredible immersive installation featuring three incredible coveted stools all of which were made by Reinaldo Sanguino, a Venezuelan-born ceramicist.
Another unmissable section of Salon Art + Design 2019 is definitely the return of the Twenty-First Gallery. On the edition of this year, you can enjoy a walk through a section that will enchant you with objects made by renowned names such as Emmanuel Babled, François Corbeau, Alexandra Mocanu, François Salem, Pierre Gonalons, Beatrice Serre, Laura Gonzalez, among many more. After you’re done involving yourself in this amazing immersive living room-like atmosphere, you can take a chance to take a peek at the booths we will be suggesting you below.
Guiustini /Stagetti (A3)
Hostler Burrows (B5)
Charles Burnand (C11)
Galerie BSL (D6)
Chahan Gallery (D7)