SHOWS, AUCTIONS & EXHIBITIONS
The 58th Winter Antiques Show
If you haven't been to The Winter Antiques Show yet - don't worry...the show is open until Sunday, January 29th and I can assure you that it is worth the effort. America's "beloved show" (as I like to call it) has transitioned well into the 21st century mixing modern and contemporary art, photography, furniture and accessories along with its more traditional American and European antiques, art and objects as well as ancient objects and primitive art. For me, seeing a booth with great folk art next to a contemporary art dealer gives a fresh take on how furniture and objects of all periods work well together in a setting. If you missed the Audubon auction, Birds of America, at Christies where the book was sold for just under $8,000,000, you can still buy an individual bird from Arader Galleries. Tea is your pleasure? Visit Martyn Gregory's booth to see the incredible Gouache of the production of tea. It is rare to see the different stages of the production of tea in one painting - it is spectacular..and I'm a coffee drinker!
An exciting, high-energy evening for new collectors, emerging philanthropists, and art and design enthusiasts. Featuring cocktails & hors d’oeuvres, a private viewing of the Show, and an exclusive “Meet the Designers” reception with New York’s most illustrious interior designers, and Wendy Goodman, Design Editor, New York magazine.