New York 20th Century Art and Design Fair, in association with 1stdibs, has announced its roster of prominent 20th century design specialists who will participate in the inaugural show, running April 12-15 at The Tent at Lincoln Center in Damrosch Park on New York's Upper West Side.
Many of the leading names in the field of 20th century design will showcase a cross-section of iconic material including furniture, lighting, sculpture, paintings, jewelry, silver, glass, ceramics, photography, textiles, prints, and vintage clothing and accessories.
Among the participants from the United States are: Bridges Over Time; Camilla Dietz BergeronLtd.; Christopher Anthony; Collage-20th Century Classics; Donzella; Downtown; Dragonette Ltd.; Fat Chance; Framont Fine Art; Good Design; Joyce Groussman; Katy Kane Vintage & Couture Clothing; Le Lampade; Lillian Nassau LLC; Liz O'Brien; Lobel Modern; Mark McDonald; Modernism Gallery; Neil Marrs; R 20thCentury; Reform; Sally Rosen 20th Century Collections; Steve Newman Fine Arts; The Silver Fund; Todd Merrill & Associates; and Vojtech Blau. Here from England will be Trinity House and Caira Mandaglio.
"Working with this group of 1stdibs dealers is very exciting for us,"said Rosemary Krieger, President of Dolphin Promotions. "I can't think of a more suitable partner to present the best there is to offer in the field of twentieth-century art and design."
An early-buying preview party benefiting the Bard Graduate Center: Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture will be held on Thursday evening, April 12, and is expected to draw serious collectors, designers, investors, and museum curators.
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