The Pavilion of Art and Design London features 47 dealers from all over the world for 2010. The fair is centered at the heart of Frieze Art Fair week. For its fourth year in show, there is a unique blend of works from the modern, the decorative, design, photography, and tribal art. This year’s fair takes place in Berkeley Square, displaying some of the most sought-after pieces these fields have to offer.
Amongst the notable artists showing this year are Michael Coffey (Todd Merril, U.S.), Sebastian Brajkovic (Carpenters Workshop, U.K.), Vincent Dubourg (Studio Job), Ai Weiwei (Friedman Benda, U.S.), Guy de Rougemont (Pierre Passebon’s Gallery, France), Gio Ponti, Max Ingrand, and Fontana Arte (Rapin-Müllendorff, Belgium), Francis Vizner (from Paris-based dealer Clara Scremini), and Kate Malone (Adrian Sassoon, U.K.).
The first-time galleries to show this year come together to form an exciting group that include Cristina Grajales (U.S.), Gabrielle Ammann (Germany), Willy Huybrechts (France), Stellan Holm (U.S.), the Mayor Gallery (U.K.), Robin Katz Fine Art (U.K.), Tim Jefferies’ Hamiltons Gallery (U.K.), and Michael Hoppen (U.K.). Additionally the Entwistle Gallery (U.K.) is representing the Pavilion of Art and Design London’s newest genre, tribal art, showing beautiful artifacts, such as the Benin Middle-Period Bronze Head from Nigeria and an Easter Island Dance Paddle.