LAMA at Sandford Smith’s Modernsim New York

Today LAMA was mentioned in the New York Times in an article describing Sandford Smith’s Modernism + ART20 art and design fair that runs until Monday. Needless to say the LAMA booth looks fantastic! Last night at the opening night gala, we already sold two Richard Pettibone works: “Andy Warhol, Tomato Soup, 1962” and “Stella, 1966”. The piece that is receiving the most attention is a beautiful walnut cabinet by Phillip Lloyd Powell constructed in 1968.  This year our booth is filled with amazing prints, drawings, and etchings. The Fine Art represented in the booth include works by David Hockney, Andy Warhol, Ed Ruscha, Richard Diebenkorn, and Pablo Picasso.  In addition to the art, design by Hans Wegner, Dan Johnson, and R.M. Schindler in the booth create an inviting, modern atmosphere. Stay tuned for updates as the fair progresses.

 

Side View of Booth

Side view of LAMA booth at Modernism NY. Hans Wegner Sette, Phillip Lloyd Powell Cabinet and Bar, Dan Johnson Coffee Table and Chair


Richard Pettibone "Andy Warhol, Tomato Soup, 1962" and "Stella, 1966" sold opening night of Modernism NY

Richard Pettibone "Andy Warhol, Tomato Soup, 1962" and "Stella, 1966" sold opening night of Modernism NY


Right View of LAMA Booth

Right View of LAMA Booth

 

 

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One response to “LAMA at Sandford Smith’s Modernsim New York

  1. The Powell cabinet was incredible, I mention it in my blog as being one of the top 5 items at the Modernsim show. http://objectsnotpaintings.blogspot.com/

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