Showcasing the usual array of high-end objects from Modern and Contemporary art, as well as jewellery, antiques, and design, around 90 domestic and international exhibitors will stand at the Victorian venue in Manhattan. This year TEFAF says the event has been designed inside with a “lighter, contemporary look and feel”.
Over a dozen exhibitors will make their debut, including Galerie Mitterrand, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Geoffrey Diner Gallery, Richard Nagy and Vallois.
Highlights released through the fair’s promotional preview ‘First Look’ include an Egon Schiele (1890-1918) black crayon self portrait of 1917 for sale through Richard Nagy, and one of Jean Dunand’s (1877-1942) Art Deco lacquered screens brought by Vallois.
TEFAF New York will also include a concurrent edition of TEFAF Online with a selection of objects on display at the Armory.
See the fair’s website below for the complete exhibitor list.