Dezeen promotion: this year's The Salon Art + Design fair in New York City will take place 8-12 November 2018, and Dezeen readers can receive a discounted rate on day passes.
Fifty-six galleries from 11 countries will showcase collectible art and design pieces, ranging from vintage to contemporary items across furniture, lighting, glass and ceramics, as well as decorative and fine art.
"The seventh edition of The Salon continues to exceed expectations with galleries participating from all around the globe, continuing to push the boundaries between furniture, design, architecture and decorative art enhanced by blue-chip modern art," said executive director Jill Bokor.
Highlights put forward by The Salon team include an exhibit of new works by Misha Kahn and Jonathan Trayte, presented by Friedman Benda.
Reinier Bosch's bench that appears to be melting (main image), presented by Priveekollektie Contemporary Art and Design; ceramics by Hitomi Hosono; and crafted furniture by late Italian architect Gio Ponti will also be among not-to-miss items.
The offering of vintage wares will span all of the major 20th-century movements, from art nouveau and art deco, through mid-century modern to the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s.
Examples like a 1931 adjustable lamp designed by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen and a set of home products by Viennese Secessionist designer Kalomon Moser will feature.
"Our unparalleled exhibitors will bring the broadest range of material seen in any fair," said Bokor.
A set of site-specific installations will also be created for the event. The Armory's historic Library Room will be re-imagined by artist Yolande Batteau from Callidus Guild and gallery partner Jeff Lincoln Art + Design, while French crystal brand Lalique will take over The Parlor.
This year's collectors lounge will be bring together mid-century furniture and contemporary designs from London's Charles Burnand.
Dezeen is media partner for The Salon Art + Design for the second year running. Our highlights from the 2017 edition included bumpy concrete-fibre benches by Beirut-based designer Najla El Zein, a light sculpture formed from porcelain shards by London artist Barnaby Barford, and ebonised walnut furniture by Ireland's Joseph Walsh.
This year, Dezeen readers can redeem 20 per cent off ticket prices by entering the discount code 18DEZEEN20, when purchasing online.
For more information about the fair and to buy tickets, visit The Salon Art + Design website.