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Best of TEFAF New York Spring 2017

Our editors’ 10 favorite things at the groundbreaking fair’s debut spring edition in New York.

Our editors’ 10 favorite things at the groundbreaking fair’s debut spring edition in New York.

This week, the European Fine Art Fair, or TEFAF, launched its first New York Spring show, focusing on modern and contemporary art and design, at the Park Avenue Armory. The presentation features 93 participating galleries and runs through Monday, May 8. Here, we select several of the highlights. The standout: Galerie Gmurzynska’s LED-gridded booth, which was designed by Alexandre de Betak and includes an accompanying text by Fondazione Prada’s Germano Celant. 


 

David/Nicolas Monocle bar cabinet (2016) at Carpenters Workshop Gallery.


Hans Hartung’s “T1982-R2” (1982) at Perrotin.


Pierre Charpin’s “M.C.” low console (2015) at Galerie Kreo.


Niyoko Ikuta’s “Ku-108 (Free Essences-108)” (2017) at Yufuku Gallery.


Tomás Sánchez’s “Thought Cloud” (2017) at Marlborough.


Poul Henningsen pendant (1929) by Louis Poulsen at Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery.


Untitled Saburo Murakami work (1967) at Axel Vervoordt.


Cy Twombly’s “Untitled (New York City)” (1968) at Hauser & Wirth.


François-Xavier Lalanne’s “Babouin” (1990) at Paul Kasmin Gallery.


Galerie Gmurzynska’s booth, designed by Alexandre de Betak, featuring works by Christo and Jean-Claude, Yves Klein,  Joan Miro, and others.


 

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