The famed fair for high quality historic design and contemporary wares travels from Paris to New York for the first time
Founded 15 years ago in Paris, the Pavilion of Art & Design brings together some of Europe’s most interesting galleries and dealers focused on modern, decorative and tribal art. In 2007 PAD co-founders Patrick Perrin and Stéphane Custot took the show on the road to London, and now the art savants have set up shop in New York at the Park Avenue Armory.
Perrin and Custot’s expertise on 20th-century art is clear. Each of the 52 purveyors picked to exhibit in NYC has a distinct draw, but the eclectic mix shares a cohesive aesthetic. The refined experience leads to an interesting discovery at every turn, whether it be a desk by Yves Saint Laurent atLamberty, Rembrandt Bugatti’s “Giant Anteater” sculpture at Sladmore Gallery, or Ingrid…
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