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The international design and art book publisher and retailer ARTBOOK | D.A.P. is here at the fair, presenting a curated selection of books and objects in partnership with The Shop at the Cooper-Hewitt, the Smithsonian’s National Design Museum.
Frequent collaborateurs and fellow dealers Patrick Seguin and Jacques Lacoste present their latest endeavor — a comprehensive catalogue of designer Jean Royère. Here, we speak with Seguin about the process.
Here is a very unsystematic, non-professional litmus test, a mini account of yesterdays Phillips design sale, and the news seems a little uneven, cautious, but far from gloomy. In fact they surpassed the high estimate totaling just over $8m.I’d say the market has made a healthy, organic recovery since the 2008 downtown and is faring quite well, thank you very much.
Francois-Louis Schmied/ Ornamental Panel “La Riviere Du Paradis Terrestre”/ 1934
Twentieth century design encompasses a broad range of industries and products. The variety of influences in this formative period of design, from technological advances to craft techniques, can be seen throughout the works exhibited at this year’s fair in a series of overlapping styles that represent pivotal moments in…
Shah d’Iran sideboard/ Jean Royère
Middle East-era Royére has become highly coveted, no doubt thanks to provenances that include a Shah and a king or two. As a designer whose work was never produced in quantity, Jean Royère has developed a reputation as the smart collector’s collectible. Royère was a contemporary of Jacques Adnet, Charlotte Perriand and Jean Prouvé,…