Pavilion of Art & Design London Line-Up 2011

The fifth edition of the Pavilion of Art & Design London brings together an incredible set of 56 galleries from 11 countries to its prime location on Berkeley Square, PAD London 2011 promises to be the strongest edition of the fair since its inception in 2007. A rigorous selection process introduces to London the best dealers from Europe and North
America within the fields of Modern Art, Design, Decorative Arts, Photography and Tribal Art from 1860 to today. 
Opening a new London space in October, Luxembourg & Dayan (USA) make their first appearance with modern
artworks by Alexander Calder, Steven Parrino and Anselm Kiefer. Owned by former Sotheby’s directors and
known for their stable of incredible modern and contemporary artists, Mitchell-Innes & Nash (USA) offer
artworks by Alberto Burri and Kenneth Noland. Making their debut to the fair is Eykyn Maclean (USA), the New
York-based private dealers also opening a new London space in 2012, specialising in museum-quality artworks
ranging from Impressionism to Post-War. Concentrating on Italian modern masters, Galleria Tega (Italy)
presents fantastic works such as a golden punctured canvas by Lucio Fontana.  Rounding out the Modern British
faction and joining Robin Katz Fine Art (UK) and Osborne Samuel (UK) is Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert (UK), who
emphasises on internationally renowned 20th C. artists from the genre. Natalie Seroussi (France), whose Parisian
gallery focuses on modern and contemporary art, will complement the 20th C. design featured at their shared
stand with Galerie du Passage (France).
Superb examples of Scandinavian furniture, including chairs and tables by Finn Juhl and Poul Kjaerholm, are
exhibited at Dansk Møbelkunst (Denmark), while Swedish gallery Modernity (Sweden) shows a rare decorated
chest by architect Josef Frank and sterling silver candelabra by Finnish designer Tapio Wirkkala. One of Jean
Prouvé’s first masterpieces, the Fauteuil “cité”, created as part of a competition to design chairs for the
university in Nancy, features at Jousse Entreprise (France), while Yves Macaux (Belgium), an international expert
in the Viennese Secession, presents a brass chandelier by Adolf Loos and dining chairs by Joseph Urban. British
antiques dealers Blairman & Sons (UK) display fine 19th C. furniture and decorative objects from the Arts &
Crafts movement by artists such as Dr Christopher Dresser and EW Godwin.
Dominating a significant portion of the fair are stands dedicated to the most cutting-edge of contemporary
design, with many galleries commissioning new works specifically for the occasion. Priveekollektie (The
Netherlands) shows pieces from emerging and established designers, including Arik Levy, Rolf Sachs and Ian
Scigliuzzi. David Gill Galleries (UK) returns to PAD London after a two-year hiatus with works by design greats
such as Fredrikson Stallard and Mattia Bonetti, staging their contemporary furniture alongside a 1966 cabinet by
Ettore Sottsass. Nilufar Gallery (Italy) bridges the gap between 20th C. and contemporary design with neon
lighting by Michael Anastassiades, bookcases by Martino Gamper and curved tables designed by British artist
Bethan Laura Wood.
Once again Moët Hennessy sponsors the donation of a significant piece of Design or Decorative Arts to the
Victoria & Albert Museum as part of the Moët Hennessy-PAD London Prize. The prestigious judging panel,
chaired by architect and designer Nigel Coates, is comprised of prominent figures in the fields of art, fashion,
culture, communication and business, such as Allegra Hicks, Jasper Conran, Tom Dixon, Bella Freud and Karla
Otto. Previous years have seen the V&A acquire exquisite pieces from Friedman Benda (USA) and Carpenters
Workshop Gallery (UK).

Noted dealer and interior designer Francis Sultana launches his 2011 project, Bizarre Bazaar, in which twenty-
four children’s pantone chairs are customized by esteemed designers and artists including Zaha Hadid, Mattia
Bonetti, Barnaby Barford, Oriel Harwood, Max Lamb, Alexander Taylor and Fredrikson Stallard. The chairs will be
displayed in the restaurant and at the entrance to the fair, with all proceeds from their sale benefitting the
NSPCC, the fair’s charity partner.
In November of this year, PAD New York will launch at the Park Avenue Armory to coincide with New York’s fall
Impressionist and Contemporary auctions. With four successful years of the London fair and the revered
reputation of its Parisian counterpart, Pavillon des Arts et du Design Paris, now it its fifteenth year, PAD New
York will build on this distinguished heritage to present a third collection of Modern Art, Design, Decorative Arts,
Photography, Jewellery and Tribal Art. 
88-Gallery (London)
20th Century Furniture
Gabrielle Ammann Gallery (Köln)
Contemporary Design
Galeria Manuel Barbié (Barcelona)
Modern Painting & Sculpture
Blairman & Sons (London)
19th Century Design
Jean-David Botella (Paris)
20th Century Decorative Arts &
Ben Brown Fine Arts (London)
20th Century Art
Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Contemporary Design
Chahan Gallery (Paris)
20th Century & Contemporary
Decorative Arts
Galleria Rossella Colombari (Milan)
20th Century Design
Connaught Brown (London)
20th Century Painting
E&R Cyzer Art (London)
20th Century Painting
Dansk Møbelkunst (Copenhagen)
20th Century Design
Simon Dickinson Fine Art (London)
Old Masters, Impressionist, Modern
& Contemporary Art
Didier Antiques (London)
Jewellery by Post-War Artists
Galerie Downtown – François
Laffanour (Paris)
20th Century Furniture
Entwistle Gallery (London & Paris)
African & Oceanic Art
Eykyn Maclean (London & New
19th & 20th Century Art
Faggionato Fine Art (London)
20th Century Art
Friedman Benda (New York)
Contemporary Art & Design
David Gill Galleries (London)
Contemporary Design
Galerie Gmurzynska (Zurich)
20th Century Painting 
Cristina Grajales (New York)
Contemporary Design
Louisa Guinness Gallery (London)
Jewellery by Contemporary Artists
Hamiltons Gallery (London)
Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert (London)
20th Century British Art
Stellan Holm Gallery (New York)
Contemporary Art
Hopkins Custot Gallery (London)
20th Century Art
Michael Hoppen Gallery (London)
Fine Art Photography
Galerie Willy Huybrechts (Paris)
20th Century Furniture
Bernard Jacobson Gallery (London)
19th & 20th Century Paintings and
Jousse Entreprise (Paris)
20th Century Furniture
Robin Katz Fine Art (London)
20th Century British Art
Galerie Jacques Lacoste (Paris)
20th Century Design
Lamberty Antiques (London)
20th Century & Contemporary Design
Lefèvre Fine Art (London)
20th Century Art
Luxembourg & Dayan (London)
20th Century & Contemporary Art
Yves Macaux Fine Arts (Brussels)
20th Century Furniture
The Mayor Gallery (London)
20th Century & Contemporary
Todd Merrill (New York)
20th Century & Contemporary
Mitchell-Innes & Nash (New York)
20th Century & Contemporary
Modernity (Stockholm)
20th Century Design
Richard Nagy Ltd (London)
Classic Modernism, German
Expressionism & Viennese
Espace Nelombos (Geneva)
20th Century Painting
Nilufar Gallery (Milan)
20th Century & Contemporary Design
Osborne Samuel (London)
20th Century & Contemporary Art 
Galerie du Passage (Paris)
20th Century & Contemporary Design
Perimeter Editions (Paris)
Contemporary Design 
Priveekollektie (Heusden)
Contemporary Design & Art
Adrian Sassoon (London)
Contemporary Ceramics, Glass, Silver
& Steel
Clara Scremini (Paris)
Contemporary Glass
Galerie Natalie Seroussi (Paris)
20th Century Art
Sladmore Gallery (London)
19th & 20th Century Sculpture
Galleria Tega (Milan)
20th Century & Contemporary
Van de Weghe Fine Art (New York)
20th Century & Contemporary Art
Galerie Vedovi (Brussels)
20th Century & Contemporary Art
Gordon Watson (London)
20th Century Furniture, Objects &

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