The 65th edition of The Winter Show will be coming to New York starting from January 18 on view through January 27, 2019.
Blouin Artinfo shares its curation of the top galleries participating at the fair:
1. Erik Thomsen Gallery: Erik Thomsen has been a dealer in Japanese art since 1981. Born to Danish parents and raised in Japan, he is fluent in Japanese and was the first foreigner to apprentice to an art dealer in Japan (the Tanaka Onkodo Gallery in Aoyama, Tokyo). The Erik Thomsen Gallery, located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, offers important Japanese paintings and works of art to museums and collectors worldwide. It specializes in Japanese screens and scrolls; in early Japanese tea ceramics from the medieval through the Edo periods; in masterpieces of ikebana bamboo baskets; and in gold lacquer objects. The gallery further specializes in Contemporary art by select artists, such as the internationally renowned Japanese ceramic artist Sueharu Fukami.
2. Lowell Libson & Jonny Yarker Ltd: Lowell Libson & Jonny Yarker Ltd has an international reputation as a specialist dealer in British art with an emphasis on paintings, watercolors, drawings and sculpture of the 17th to mid-19th centuries and is recognized for handling important works of outstanding quality backed with exceptional scholarship. It counts leading American, European and British museums and private collectors among its regular clients. It exhibits at TEFAF, Maastricht, and TEFAF, New York Fall, as well as at The Winter Show, New York, and London Art Week.
3. Maison Gerard: The gallery has been dedicated to a range of work from French Art Deco and antiques to contemporary lighting and ceramics — with an emphasis on authenticity, historical context, and expertise. Founded by Gerardus A. Widdershoven in 1974, the gallery quickly established a reputation as New York’s premier source for fine French Art Deco furniture, lighting, and objets d’art. In addition to presenting important works of Jean-Michel Frank, Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann, and Jules Leleu, the gallery has been instrumental in building numerous private and public collections, notably the collection of Walter Chrysler Jr. (now housed in the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk, VA), and the Design Collection of the Utsunomiya Museum of Art in Japan.
4. Bowman Sculpture: Bowman Sculpture is based in London, and is the foremost gallery in the world for sculpture by Auguste Rodin. The gallery starts its sculptural journey with European Romantic sculpture of the 19th century, dealing in the masters of this period such as Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse and Aime-Jules Dalou through to the Impressionist, Modern and Cubist sculpture of Edgar Degas, Pablo Picasso, Henri Laurens, Jaques Lipichitz, Ossip Zadkine and Marino Marini. Bowman Sculpture also specializes in the work of the English New School sculptors including Alfred Gilbert, Lord Frederic Leighton and Hamo Thornycroft. In addition Bowman Sculpture exhibits the best of 20th century sculpture, particularly Modern British, including Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Lynn Chadwick, Gerald Laing, and Eduardo Paolozzi.
5. Didier Ltd: The gallery displays important works of art of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries and among the gallery’s clients are some of the greatest museums worldwide. The gallery is also represented at prestigious locations in Paris and London.
The fair will be on view from January 18, 2019, through January 27, 2019, at Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Avenue, New York City, Between 66 & 67th Streets.
For details visit: https://thewintershow.org/visit/
Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the fair.