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Salon Art + Design
Select 2020 Press
Modern Luxury | Manhattan
December 9, 2020
"Executive Director of Salon Art + Design and Editorial Director of their new magazine, Salon — The Intersection of Art + Design, Jill Bokor shares her favorite pieces for bringing the outdoors in."
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."
November 12, 2020
Reflecting recent fair trends, the featured works in the magazine are more in the realm of design than “flat art.” There’s a “lot of glass and ceramics,” Bokor says, and “beautiful pieces of furniture by established and up-and-coming designers.”
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..."
August 20, 2020
“The sensibility of the fair will run very strongly through the magazine,” Bokor says. “We’re encouraging our exhibitors to show a piece or two that they would have brought to the fair."