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Mullany returns to Paris

Saturday 10 September–Sunday 18 September 2016

Mullany is pleased to announce that this September we will be exhibiting for the second time at one of the most spectacular art and antiques fairs in the world today – the Biennale des Antiquaires set in the magnificent surrounds of the Grand Palais in Paris. Having participated in 2012, Mullany returns for the 28th edition of the fair and the first of what will now be, the current name notwithstanding, an annual event on the international calendar.

Conceived in 1956 as a celebration of beauty, luxury and lifestyle, the Biennale des Antiquaires has long been recognised for hosting the most prestigious international art and antique dealers specialising in a wide selection of the finest objects. Organised by the S.N.A. (Syndicat National des Antiquaires Négociants en Objets d'Art Tableaux anciens et modernes de France), exhibitors have been invited to participate this year following the most rigorous of selection procedures overseen by an independent international committee chaired by Mr Henri Loyrette, former Director of the Musee du Louvre. All invitees are members of the S.N.A. guaranteeing the authenticity and quality of the works presented.

The carefully conceived scenography by stage designer Nathalie Crinière will compliment a superb cross section of artworks of the highest quality. On display under the iconic glass roof amongst a magical setting of pavilions, gardens and fountains will be a breath taking selection of objects including sculpture and works of art from all periods, archaeological rarities, armour, furniture, old master paintings, European and oriental porcelain, silver, tribal art, books, tapestries, coins, medals and jewellery all of which have been the subject of strict vetting criteria. Presented for the first time also will be three exceptional museum exhibitions: highlights from the Hermitage Museum and the Musée du Mobilier National, as well as a tribute to the history of the measurement of time from the sundial to contemporary complicated mechanisms curated by La Fondation de la Haute Horlogerie, Genève. With a renewed focus on art and antiques and less emphasis on haute joaillerie than in recent years, 123 exhibitors from 14 countries and an anticipated 100,000 visitors including museum curators and collectors from around the globe, the 2016 edition of the fair promises to be a truly outstanding showcase of the finest quality objects in an atmosphere of elegance, refinement and celebration.

We look forward to welcoming you on our stand N03 situated in the Nave in the first aisle on the right hand side as you enter the Grand Palais.

Venue

Grand Palais
Avenue Winston-Churchill 
75008 Paris
France

Opening hours

Saturday 10 September 2016
11.00am–8.00pm
Sunday 11 September 2016
11.00am–8.00pm
Monday 12 September 2016
11.00am–8.00pm
Tuesday 13 September 2016
11.00am–8.00pm
Wednesday 14 September 2016
11.00am–8.00pm
Thursday 15 September 2016
11.00am–11.00pm
Friday 16 September 2016
11.00am–8.00pm
Saturday 17 September 2016
11.00am–8.00pm
Sunday 18 September 2016
11.00am–8.00pm

www.biennale-paris.com

Mullany featured in Arte-Antiquariato

Mullany featured in article in the leading Italian art publication Arte-Antiquariato about early Italian wooden sculpture.

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Mullany interviewed for COLLECT

Nicholas Mullany interviewed by the leading Belgian art publication COLLECT about Haute Epoque fine art, traditional collecting and the international art market.

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Saint Agnes featured in New York Times

Our exquisite early 15th century Saint Agnes featured in the coverage by The New York Times of the 60th anniversary edition of BRAFA.

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Mullany featured in Art-Passions

Mullany featured in article in the leading Swiss art publication Art-Passions’ coverage of the 60th anniversary edition of BRAFA.

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Mullany makes its New York debut

Wednesday 30 April–Sunday 4 May 2014

Mullany is delighted to announce that this Spring we will make our New York debut exhibiting at the inaugural edition of Spring Masters, New York to be held in the historic Park Avenue Armory.

Formerly known as The Spring Show NYC founded by the Art and Antique Dealers League of America (AADLA), the oldest and principal antiques and fine arts organisation in the United States, the inaugural edition of Spring Masters, New York has been re-envisioned as an international art and design fair that reflects the breadth and scope of artistic creation from antiquity through the 20th century.

To be held in the landmark Park Avenue Armory, Spring Masters will feature a design by renowned architect Rafael Viñoly that reimagines the visual impact, layout and experience of fairs set in the dramatic environment of the Drill Hall. With hexagonal booths and a redesigned floor plan that represents the most significant change in the Armory fair format in three decades, the inaugural edition of Spring Masters will spotlight traditional art in a contemporary context.

In addition to the new visual experience, a mix of art and antiques will be curated to provide audiences with an experience that captures the diversity of creative expression across time and place which will appeal equally to experienced collectors, museum professionals, interior designers and the arts loving general public. Committed to connoisseurship and emphasising quality and innovation in the selection and presentation of works on view, Spring Masters coincides with major evening auctions of 20th century art contributing to the range and interest of the spring arts calendar in New York City.

We look forward to welcoming you on our Booth A6 on the front right hand side as you enter the Drill Hall.

Venue

Park Avenue Armory
643 Park Avenue
(Between 66th & 67th Street)
New York, NY 10065
United States

Opening hours

Wednesday 30 April 2014
6.00pm–9.30pm
Thursday 1 May 2014
11.00am–7.30pm
Friday 2 May 2014
11.00am–6.00pm
Saturday 3 May 2014
11.00am–7.30pm
Sunday 4 May 2014
11.00am–6.00pm

www.springmastersny.com

Mullany interviewed for Inside Sotheby’s

Nicholas Mullany interviewed for his impressions of this year’s TEFAF Maastricht which took place between 15–24 March 2013.

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Mullany featured in Arte-Antiquariato

Mullany featured in article in the leading Italian art publication Arte-Antiquariato about medieval devotional sculpture.

Read article – Italian (PDF)