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Collective Design Fair

For some reason, the art and design world don’t like acknowledging one another- which I find preposterous! I actually like how my visual style and preferences blur between art and design, and definitely think it makes for a more well-rounded world view. That said, so does the Collective Design Fair, which will make its debut this week at Pier 57. A slew of artists I know or recognize, in addition to top designers from around the world will be shown by curators and gallerists, in the same vein as any other art fair, but with an emphasis on multiples, technology and fabrication. I think it can bridge the gap or act as an introduction to the art world, for the art intimidated or shy. It opens May 8-11 at Pier 57 at West 15th Street. ALSO! There’s a big piece by Sebastian Errazuriz, who we’ve been obsessed with before.

Sebastian Errazuriz

Sebastian Errazuriz

Collective is a new design fair in New York City that will present a cohesive, curated selection of contemporary design and historical pieces from galleries around the world. The inaugural edition, Collective .1, will coincide with Frieze New York and the May auctions and take place at Pier 57, a light-filled industrial space between the gallery hub of Chelsea and the vibrant Meatpacking District.

Dana Barnes

Dana Barnes

Collective began with a passionate group of designers, curators, collectors and gallerists, who together recognized a need for a new commercial and educational platform for the design collector and connoisseur. With the participation of approximately 25 exhibitors and the avid support of the New York creative community, Collective will present a compelling vision of design today.

+ Collective Design Fair

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