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Collective Design Fair

Design | April 28, 2017 |

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COLLECTIVE DESIGN FAIR
May 3 – 7 2017
Skylight Clarkson SQ
New York City

NEW YORK – April 21, 2017 – Collective Design will host its fifth fair May 3 – 7, 2017 at Skylight Clarkson Sq during NYCxDESIGN, with 28 international exhibitors and 21 special presentations. Collective Design has pioneered a new framework for a design fair, bringing together a focused, carefully curated selection of established and emerging galleries that showcase 20th and 21st century design from around the globe. With extensive educational programming and process-based designer installations, Collective Design operates as a year-round platform and resource that encourages exploration and connoisseurship of design in all its forms.

 

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The 2017 fair will showcase collectible design for sale alongside an expanded, wide-ranging program of special programs that invite deeper understanding of the creative process. Highlights include a singular exhibition on the work of Swiss designer Mattia Bonetti, the 2017 selection for the annual Collective Influence series; the debut of five editioned objects from rising design stars, produced in collaboration with OTHR, a next-generation 3D-printing company; and a site-specific installation curated by The Noguchi Museum, pairing Isamu Noguchi’s work with that of contemporary designer Robert Stadler.

 

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Newly announced programming includes FRACTURED by Dutch designer Stefan Hengst, an installation that will transform the fair’s entry with a series of varied, digitally printed works; a recreation of the legendary Milanese café Bar Jamaica, by jeweler Pomellato; an elegant café furnished by Design Within Reach; an interactive performance from Viennese design collective Breaded Escalope; and New Artifacts by Storefront for Art and Architecture, three limited-edition works commissioned from Adam McEwen, LOT-EK, and Murray Moss+Lobmeyr.

 

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Drawing on a more diverse international talent pool than ever before, Collective Design will host a dynamic roster of galleries from the Far East (Japan, South Korea, China) and Europe (France, Spain, Germany). New participants include Chahan Gallery (Paris), David Gill Gallery (London), Galerie MiniMasterpiece (Paris), ICERA by Gallery LVS & LVS Craft (Seoul), Ippodo Gallery (New York, Tokyo), Leclaireur (Paris, Los Angeles), Mindy Solomon Gallery (Miami), and Portuondo (London, Madrid). Following the successful introduction of art galleries to Collective Design’s exhibitor list in 2016, this year the art program has been expanded to include several prominent New York City galleries, including Yancey Richardson Gallery, Yossi Milo Gallery and Julie Saul Gallery. Notable returning participants include Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery (New York), Cristina Grajales Gallery (New York), Maison Gerard (New York), R & Company (New York), Garrido Gallery (Madrid), Wexler Gallery (Philadelphia), Gallery Loupe (Montclair, NJ), Sienna Patti (Lenox, MA), and Galerie Negropontes (Paris).

 

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