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2022 Press Report
2022 Selected Press
The New York Times: Salon Art + Design Brings Home and Art Closer Together
November 10, 2022
Home is still the focus of this annual fair at the Park Avenue Armory in Manhattan: not just art and design objects displayed in isolation, but imagining how they live together, how they inhabit a room, and how you — or a daydreaming you — could cozy up with your furniture, tapestries, jewelry, and curios.
Whitewall: Salon Art + Design Returns in Full Swing for 2022
November 14, 2022
Offering interior environments that intermingle artworks alongside design pieces, the fair’s beautifully-curated booths saw opening-night sales of works like a ceramic wall installation by Molly Hatch, presented by Todd Merrill, rare pieces by Osvaldo Borsani on view with Paul Donzella, the ceramic work of Eric Roinestad in The Future Perfect’s booth, and mid-century and 1930s furniture presented by Nicolas and Sébastien Reese.
Select 2021 Press
The New York Times
November 11, 2021
After a year off because of the pandemic, Salon Art + Design is back at the Park Avenue Armory with a display of fine art and designer furniture shown in themed booths alongside splashy decorative arts and ancient sculpture.
November 11, 2021
Whereas certain blue-chip platforms purely focus on the new or the old, this now well-established event makes the critical link between the past and present, helping connoisseurs, collectors, and general design enthusiasts draw important parallels, especially when it comes to making shrewd decisions on what to acquire.
November 10, 2021
Visiting a fair should unfold similar to turning the pages of a magazine, says Salon Art + Design executive director Jill Bokor. Coming from a nearly 25-year experience in publishing, Bokor pays attention to the instances of discovery across the fair booths, just like flipping through a glossy read. “Salon celebrates the continuum of design through centuries, so we create jumping points between objects from B.C. to the contemporary”
Interior Furniture Design Magazine
November 10, 2021
An exclusive destination that suggests the exquisite refinement and elegance of a bygone New York welcomes the event on collectible design each year, now at its tenth anniversary. Fifty galleries from around the world become a fascinating premium “cabinet de curiosités” with rare artifacts, emerging talents, historic and iconic pieces.
November 9, 2021
“Each year we look for things that we haven’t had in the past,” says executive director Jill Bokor. This year, visitors can look forward to “a timeline of essentially the last 120 years with a nod to classical antiquities as well…you will see everything from furniture, ceramics, glass, lighting and fine art,” as well as some fresh ideas: important firsts that will set this edition apart.
November 8, 2021
Salon Art + Design returns to New York’s Park Avenue Armory for its decade anniversary, open to the public from November 11—15. The 10-year celebration will see an expansive selection of vintage, modern, and contemporary from around 50 international exhibitors, presented in carefully curated, immersive settings.
November 7, 2021
“The market for design has been very strong during the pandemic,” says Jill Bokor, director of the Salon Art + Design fair. The reason, she believes, is that “people have had a lot of time to evaluate what works and doesn’t work about their homes.” But despite the collective embrace of online purchasing over the past year and a half, she adds, “people are feeling desperate for connection, for the chance to go out and see beautiful things.”
November 2, 2021
salon art + design returns to park avenue armory in new york city from november 11-15, 2021 in style and substance, as the global collectible fair celebrates its 10-year anniversary edition. it marks a high point of the city’s fall arts calendar, as live, in-person events restart, and creatives and collectors meet once more.
October 27, 2021
The fair, which is produced by Sanford L. Smith + Associates and runs from Nov. 11-15, features a range of material “from the beginning of the 20th century to yesterday,” says Jill Bokor, executive director. The goal of the fair’s exhibiting galleries is to create “immersive” booths that blend objects the dealers work with into inviting environments, rather than putting things on pedestals, she says.
September 10, 2021
When Salon Art + Design returns for its 10th anniversary at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City from Nov. 11-15, fine jewelry will, for the first time, have a major presence. The event is best known as a showcase for blue-chip 20th century art and the world’s best design — be it vintage, modern or contemporary.
Select 2020 Press
Antiques & The Arts Weekly
November 24, 2020
"Everyone who attends or is interested in Salon would be likely to enjoy the magazine. That includes collectors, designers and enthusiasts of collectible design who are on the cusp of entering the market. Interestingly, more people will actually see the publication than come to the fair itself."
The Art Newspaper
November 20, 2020
"Rather that setting up yet another platform of online viewing rooms when its physical fair in November was cancelled due to the coronavirus, New York’s Salon Art + Design took a different route: it has produced a luxury publication, filled with interviews, features and objects from its roster of exhibiting galleries. "
November 19, 2020
"... while we’ve referenced salon’s past in our timeline, the magazine does indeed take on changes in the marketplace. however, the true centerpiece of the magazine is at home with salon: the editorial portfolio of objects that would have been exhibited in this year’s fair."
Casa Vogue Brazil
October 20, 2020
"In the wake of the changes brought about by the new coronavirus pandemic in 2020, two traditional events in the international art market will take place virtually this year: first, Salon Art + Design, in New York, will take the form of a print and digital magazine that will be launched in November..."