The New York Fall Show, Art, Antique & Jewelry Show Sept 17-21, 2014 is an esteemed cultural destination and a preeminent art, antique and jewelry event put on by the Palm Beach Show Group Event.
Over 70 Exhibitors
Park Avenue Armory, New York City
With over 80 international exhibitors, the show provides a truly unique experience for collectors and connoisseurs alike!
The New York School of Interior Design Presents: A Day of Design lectures featuring presentations by Eric Cohler, Amy Lau, Carey Maloney, Markham Roberts and Hunt Slonem.
The Palm Beach Show Group produces ten shows annually: The Los Angeles Jewelry & Antique Show, The LA Art Show, The Naples Art, Antique & Jewelry Show, The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show, The Chicago International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show, The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show and The Dallas International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show. Each show is highly renowned for its diverse collection of top international dealers, exceptional merchandise and high production quality.
“The New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show is poised to be one of the most exciting events on the global arts calendar,” said Scott Diament, President and C.E.O. of the Palm Beach Show Group. “New York is the key stone to The Palm Beach Show Group’s nationwide strategy to produce top end events from coast to coast.” Formerly known as the AVENUE Show, this is the city’s longest and oldest running event of its kind.
Cullman & Kravis C.E.O. and Stars of Design Award recipient Ms. Cullman and Scott Snyder Inc. C.E.O. and Architectural Digest’s AD100 designer Mr. Snyder will oversee the design of the entire New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show. Two of America’s most successful interior designers will work together with the Palm Beach Show Group to create an enhanced entrance and help to transform the 55,000 square foot interior space within the Wade Thompson Drill Hall.
More than 80 international exhibitors, including R.S. Rau Antiques, Macklowe Gallery, Fitzgerald Fine Arts and Butchoff Antiques, will showcase over a billion dollars worth of fine art, antiques, jewelry, photography, rare books and manuscripts, tapestries. Coinciding with Asia Week, the show will also feature exquisite Asian treasures from Imperial Oriental Art, Fitzgerald Fine Art, Lotus Gallery, Dai Ichi Arts, Onish Gallery, The Tolman Collection, Oriental Treasure Box, and TOJ Gallery to name a few. Link to images for use in press: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xpkh9y0wl3gh6y3/AADU6FDb-I5g9Of75qJy-vofa
Professors and noted alumni from the New York School of Design will host a series of educational group lectures that will add to the show’s cultural experience. Additionally, an iconic Manhattan eatery will provide a memorable culinary experience for all attendees.
Recognized as the nation’s leading producer of premier jewelry, art and antique shows, the Palm Beach Show Group owns and operates nine other internationally acclaimed shows that take place in Los Angeles, Dallas, Naples, Chicago, Baltimore and Palm Beach. The acquisition of the New York Show marks a pinnacle in the rapid expansion and sustainable growth of the Palm Beach Show Group.