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The NYC Metro Show - January 24 - 27, 2013Location: The Metropolitan Pavilion, New York
A selection of our Tiffany Studios lamps.
The stunning Magnolia and Wisteria Window.
A Tiffany Studios Dragonfly Table Lamp and Grapevine Frame sit atop a George Nakashima desk in front of the Magnolia and Wisteria window.
A selection of our Modern Furniture, including a George Nakashima low table and Wendell Castle Music Stand, in front of Tiffany Studios lamps and a mosaic.
Print out your complimentary ticket to the Metro Show.
Clockwise from top left: Tiffany Studios Wild Rose Table Lamp, circa 1900; Tom Wesselmann, Monica Nude in Robe and Stockings (Variation #1), 1986; Wendell Castle Music Stand, 1966; Tiffany Studios Favrile Glass Decorated Vase, circa 1917.
Press ReleaseYou are invited to join us in Stand 117 at the 2013 Metro Show, to be held at Metropolitan Pavilion at 125 West 18th Street, New York, New York, where we will be exhibiting from January 24-27.
(Please note that during the run of the show, the gallery will maintain regular business hours - no admission required!)
Metro Show hours:
Thursday, January 24th • 11 am - 7 pm
Friday, January 25th • 11 am - 7 pm
Saturday, January 26th • 11 am - 7 pm
Sunday, January 27th • 12 noon - 5:30 pm
Please Click Here to obtain your complimentary pass for two to the NYC Metro Show. Simply print out the form, fill in your information, and present it at the entrance to activate your pass.
NEW YORK — The 2nd annual METRO Show returns to the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea January 24-27, 2013 with an Opening Night Preview Wednesday, January 23. 40 art galleries and dealers from the U.S. and abroad present an innovative mix of cultures, time periods and movements.
Fair Director Caroline Kerrigan Lerch commented, “We’re looking with anticipation to the next iteration of The METRO Show. Last January’s inaugural fair clearly demonstrated that combining interesting but diverse material – all of exceptionally high quality – resulted in a dynamic, intriguing fair considered a rising star in the NYC art market!”
Exhibiting for the first time in 2013 will be Giampietro Gallery, with works by emerging artists such as recent discovery Larry Lewis who created over 100 collage books in addition to exceptional singular works. His vision spanned pop culture, drawing influence from early Hollywood and industrialization. Giampietro will also have fine examples of folk art from the 19th century through the present.
Among the returning galleries will be Ricco/Maresca Gallery, Clifford A. Wallach, Jeff Bridgman, Hill Gallery, William Siegal Galleries, Dolan/Maxwell Gallery, Carl Hammer Gallery, Gemini Antiques, Cavin-Morris Gallery, Garthoeffner Gallery, Sam Herrup Antiques, Lillian Nassau and Just Folk.
The fair’s educational series, METRO Dialogues, will offer lectures by collectors, artists and curators. A panel discussion concerning the intersection of Self-Taught/Art Brut and Contemporary Art will feature Barbara Safarova of ABCD (art brut connaissance & diffusion) and Professor of aesthetics at College International de Philosophie (Paris); Randall Morris, Cavin- Morris Gallery (New York) and Christian Berst, Galerie Christian Berst (Paris), among others. In addition, contemporary artists, the city’s most renowned interior designers, and Cara Zimmerman, Executive Director of the Foundation for Self Taught Artists (Philadelphia) will lead walking tours of the fair.
A festive evening for Whitney Museum members has been planned for Saturday evening, January 26.
For more information about the 2013 Metro Show, please click here to visit their website.