An inaugural show dubbed art + design new york will showcase the best in three-dimensional art and design including ceramics, wood, textiles, glass and sculpture, as well as contemporary jewelry, painting and photography at 82 Mercer Street in Soho, May 8-11. An opening night preview gala will take place Wednesday, May 7.
"We are very excited to debut art + design new york with a strong roster of leading international galleries," said Donna Davies, director of the fair. “With Frieze New York as the anchor for the art world in the month of May, we think it's a great time for galleries to be in New York and we look forward to being part of the exciting week.”
White embryo segmentation will be on display at the inaugural show
While the show will present similar materials and galleries as seen at SOFA Chicago, Davies emphasizes it will expand the range of disciplines in an exciting juxtaposition of multiple media and genres.
"Flow" ceramic will be on display at the inaugural show
In January 1996, Urban Expositions, led by trade show and mart management partners Doug Miller and Tim von Gal, launched the semi-annual Philadelphia Gift Show, which has become one of the largest regional gift events in the United States. Since then, the duo has continued to grow through acquisitions and new show development. The company currently owns, manages and produces 21 gift, decorative accessory, souvenir and resort merchandise trade shows throughout the United States.
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