TEFAF New York Offers First Look At Debut Fair
September 27, 2016 - table lamp
NEW YORK CITY — The general art satisfactory TEFAF New York Fall, a corner try between TEFAF and Artvest Partners, has expelled a “first look” during a initial satisfactory that will be holding place during a ancestral Park Avenue Armory from Oct 22–26, with a opening night to be conducted on Friday, Oct 21.
The satisfactory will underline 94 general dealers of excellent art, design, seat and valuables from antiquity by a early Twentieth Century. The eventuality is a essential subsequent step for a world’s tip art and antiques dealers for whom North America is an critical assembly belligerent in a tellurian village of collectors, curators, interior designers and art enthusiasts. Offering a immeasurable collection of museum-quality works, a uncover will offer a event to perspective and squeeze pieces opposite mixed collecting areas, including furniture, decorations, objects, ceramics, glass, silver, textiles, tapestries, antiquities, jewelry, paintings, sculpture, arms and armor, books, manuscripts and autographs, tribal, Oceanic and ethnographic art, Asian art and Fabergé, charity something of seductiveness for each caller to a fair.
The satisfactory will be a centerpiece of a newly launched TEFAF Week in New York City, an event-filled week of exhibitions, lectures and art events scheduled to coincide with a satisfactory during a Park Avenue Armory. Its goal is to applaud a excellent and musical humanities zone in New York City during a time when a world’s tip dilettante dealers, museum curators/directors, collectors and interior designers intersect for a fair. TEFAF Week is a partnership between TEFAF New York and renowned informative institutions and associations, world-class museums and top-tier excellent and musical art specialists in a New York civil area.
The fair’s exhibitors are leaders in their particular fields, with a series of them arrangement for a initial time in New York, or returning after a poignant hiatus. They are A. Aardewerk Antiquair Juwelier, Adam Williams Fine Art Ltd., Agnews, Alberto Di Castro, Alessandra Di Castro, Åmells, Antiquariaat Forum bv, Ben Janssens Oriental Art Ltd, Benappi, Burzio, Carlo Orsi, Christophe de Quénetain, Daniel Katz Ltd, De Jonckheere, Dickinson, Eguiguren Arte de Hispanoamérica, Eric Coatalem, G. Sarti Antiques Ltd, Galerie Didier Claes, Galerie Jacques Germain, Galerie Kevorkian, Galerie Meyer — Oceanic Eskimo Art, Galerie Sanct Lucas GmbH, Galleria Carlo Virgilio Co, Gallery Perrin, Hemmerle, Heribert Tenschert-Antiquariat Bibermühle AG, Jaime Eguiguren-Arte y Antigüedades, Jean-Luc Baroni Ltd, Joan Wijermars, Jorge Welsh Works of Art, Ltd, Julius Böhler Kunsthandlung GmbH, Kunstgalerij Albricht, Kunsthandel S. Mehringer OHG, Kunstkammer Georg Laue, Lowell Libson Ltd, Otto Jakob, Reza, Rob Smeets Old Master Paintings, Sam Fogg Ltd, Siegelson, Vanderven Oriental Art and Wallace Chan.
Three dealers from this organisation listed above — a Kunstkammer Georg Laue, (Munich/London), Blumka Gallery (New York) and Kunsthandlung Julius Böhler (Starnberg, Germany) — have assimilated army to benefaction a mini exhibition. They will showcase a preference of works of art from a Middle Ages, Renaissance and antique durations in a complicated environment tangible by TEFAF Fair engineer Tom Postma to raise a ancestral room where a muster will be mounted. The confidant backdrop of complicated design with see-through apertures of a duration room will emanate a singular height to vaunt a works of art.
A special underline of this muster is a still life with artworks done of silver, coconut, amber, rope potion and other changed materials that will be displayed in a executive showcase, so evoking a atmosphere of elegant kunst- and wunderkammer — cupboard of curiosities — from a Sixteenth-Seventeenth Centuries. Georg Laue will also build a collector’s cupboard according to chronological record, an arrangement formed on a portrayal by a Hamburg artist Georg Hinz whose kunstkammer representations give an discernment into a collecting and arrangement practices in a Seventeenth Century, when artworks of changed materials such as silver, gold, amber or coral were interacting with singular healthy curiosities like shells or coconuts.
A long-standing exhibitor of TEFAF Maastricht, Koopman Rare Art is exhibiting during a initial TEFAF New York. Among a critical pieces it is bringing is a china tureen and cover by Paul Storr (1771–1844), that has a additional seductiveness of an American connection. The tureen was presented to Thomas Willing, boss of a Bank of a United States, by a bank’s stockholders on Jan 8, 1799. Willing was an critical member of a Philadelphia “aristocracy,” who also served as mayor of Philadelphia and was a keeper of a University of Pennsylvania, from 1760 until 1791. A span of Victorian marine-inspired table-centre dessert bowls, done in London, between 1838 and 1848, also bear a maker’s symbol of Paul Storr and John Samuel Hunt for Storr Mortimer. The bowls are engraved with a Tollemache design John Jervis Tollemache, 1st Baron Tollemache, for Peckforton Castle in Cheshire.
As a initial Asian valuables artist invited to vaunt during a fair, Wallace Chan will move with him around 40 pieces of one-of-a-kind valuables creations, as good as a 2.2-meter large-scaled titanium-gemstone sculpture “Rise of Heart.” Chinese dragon belt buckles are now adding a new take on men’s fashion. Chan sliced a square of Qing dynasty white mount dragon belt offshoot into halves. He serve doubled a parts, mirroring a white mount aged and immature dragons with gemstones and titanium. An antique piece, once asleep, is now watchful with a new life. The span of dragons expresses how story and modernity join hands to emanate new meanings and cultured experiences.
Some of these and additional satisfactory highlights are graphic on these pages.
The beneficiaries of a opening night on Oct 21 will be a Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering’s studious care, investigate and preparation programs during MSK; as good as a informative programs constructed by a Park Avenue Armory. Opening night tickets will be accessible for squeeze by job 212-639-7972.
For additional information, www.tefaf.com, +31 411 64 64 42 or 212-370-4602.
Edward Lycett, Faience Manufacturing Company (active 1881–92), lonesome vase in a Aesthetic taste, cream-colored earthenware, embellished over ivory- and blue-glazed ground, with sepia finish and prosaic and lifted bullion pulp decoration, 15-3/8 inches high, 7 inches biggest diameter, stamped (with tender mark, on a bottom): 1074, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, N.Y., about 1881–92. Courtesy of Hirschl Adler Galleries.