Spring Masters New York 2015

8 — 12 May 2015 at Spring Masters New York in New York, United States

20 MARCH 2015
Lost City Arts, New York
Lost City Arts, New York

Spring Masters New York, the international art and design fair showcasing exceptional works from antiquity through the 21st century, will take place Friday, May 8 through Tuesday, May 12, 2015, transforming the historic Park Avenue Armory with architect Rafael Viñoly’s groundbreaking hexagonal booth layout.

Timed to coincide with the peak of the spring art season in New York, Spring Masters attracts leading exhibitors and collectors from around the world. The fair was created to respond to global demand for a high-quality event that offers a breadth of material during this exciting time. Directors Michael Plummer and Jeff Rabin of Artvest Partners bring their extensive experience and innovative strategies in other art businesses to the art fair landscape.

The fair will feature expertly curated and thoroughly vetted presentations by 61 exhibitors from the U.S. and Europe. Viñoly’s layout will foster a dialogue between the diverse periods and styles on view, from distinguished Old Masters works presented by Richard L. Feigen & Co. and Otto Naumann Ltd., to Todd Merrill Studio’s contemporary designs. Debra Force Fine Art, Inc. will exhibit a watercolor painting by Edward Hopper, and Mullany will showcase a 16th century Flemish tapestry, on view for the first time in the U.S. Osborne Samuel Gallery will show works ranging from Korean artist Kwang Young Chun to British sculptor Tony Cragg.

Galleries will emphasize their unique areas of expertise: Ronald Phillips LTD will display 18th century English furnishings by Thomas Chippendale, Robert Adam and John Cobb, Moeller Fine Art will share their collection of 19th and 20th century masterworks, Michael Goedhuis will offer Chinese contemporary ink art, Salon 94 will focus on a solo installation by contemporary artist Kueng Caputo, and Coll & Cortés will present sculptures by José de Mora and Pedro de Mena, among other Spanish artists. Additional highlights include Tomasso Brothers Fine Art’s European Renaissance bronzes, Didier Ltd.’s selection of jewelry, Hammer Galleries’ Impressionist and Modern works, including Edgar Degas, Fernand Léger, Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall and Claude Monet, Armand Bartos Fine Art’s 20th century art, and Lost City Arts’ display of 70 ceramic forms by Fausto Salvi. Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC will feature early American Modernism and Vojtech Blau will highlight a large-scale tapestry by Alexander Calder, while works by Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Auguste Rodin, and other pioneering sculptors will fill Bowman Sculpture’s booth.

Building on Spring Masters’ theme of juxtapositions and its focus on collecting across periods and centuries, New York-based interior designer Jamie Drake will present a specially curated booth consisting of objects and artwork drawn from the fair’s exhibitors. Renowned for his exuberant color sense, eye for unique detail, and equal facility in traditional and modern styles, Drake counts Madonna and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg among his clients. His sophisticated, contemporary living space will welcome guests into the fair. Drake notes, “Selecting from the diverse offerings of Spring Masters New York is a pleasure. My urbane interiors always employ an array of cultures, periods, textures and forms to create spaces that delight the eye and pique the mind.”

Spring Masters New York 2015 Exhibitor List:

ACA Galleries | New York
Armand Bartos Fine Art | New York
Avery Galleries | Bryn Mawr, PA
Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC | New York
Betty Krulik Fine Art | New York
Bowman Sculpture | London
Browse & Darby | London
Clinton Howell Antiques | New York
Coll & Cortés | London & Madrid
Conner • Rosenkranz LLC | New York
David Findlay Jr. Gallery | New York
David Richard Gallery | Santa Fe, NM
Debra Force Fine Art, Inc. | New York
Didier Ltd. | London
Dolan/Maxwell | Philadelphia, PA
Drake Design Associates | New York
Drucker Antiques | Mount Kisco, NY
Forum Gallery | New York
Galerie Boulakia | Paris
Galerie Valerie Danenberg | Paris
Hammer Galleries | New York
Heather James | Palm Desert, CA
Historical Design | New York
Holden Luntz Gallery | Palm Beach, FL
Jeffrey Henkel | Pennington, NJ
Jerald Melberg Gallery | Charlotte, NC
John Martin Gallery | London
Lillian Nassau | New York
Long-Sharp Gallery | Indianapolis, IN
Lost City Arts | New York
Macklowe Gallery | New York
Martin du Louvre | Paris
Max ID NY | Sag Harbor, NY
Michael Goedhuis | London
Michael Pashby Antiques | New York
Moeller Fine Art | New York
Moretti Fine Art | London
Mullany | London
Opera Gallery | London
Osborne Samuel Gallery | London
Otto Naumann Ltd. | New York
Phoenix Ancient Art | New York
Portland Gallery | London
Primavera Gallery | New York
Richard L. Feigen & Co. | New York
Robert Simon Fine Art | New York
Ronald Phillips LTD | London
Salon 94 | New York
Schillay Fine Art | New York
Simon Teakle | Greenwich, CT
Soraya Cartategui Fine Art | Madrid
Sylvia Powell Decorative Arts | London
The Silver Fund | Palm Beach, FL
Thomas Colville Fine Art | New York
Todd Merrill Studio | New York
Tomasso Brothers Fine Art | Leeds
Trinity House | New York
Urban Archaeology | New York
Vojtech Blau | New York
Waterhouse & Dodd | New York
William Siegal Gallery | Santa Fe, NM