HAUGHTONS ANNOUNCE MILLENNIUM FAIR
THE INTERNATIONAL 20TH CENTURY ARTS FAIR
November 27 - December 1, 1999
Seventh Regiment Armory, Park Avenue at 67th Street, New York City
New York and London April 16, 1999: Brian and Anna Haughton, London based fair organisers, today announce a 20th century arts fair for the New Millennium. The International 20th century Arts Fair, to be launched at The Seventh Regiment Armory in Park Avenue, New York City on November 27, 1999, will aim to present innovative modern and contemporary art and design and reflect the Haughtons' commitment to presenting events of supreme quality and beauty.
Outstanding international dealers in 20th century art and design will be participating in this annual event, including decorative arts specialists Barry Friedman, Historical Design and Primavera of New York, silver dealers The Silver Fund and jewelers Tadema and David Morris all three based in London - and the eminent Hong Kong firm representing contemporary Chinese paintings and objects Plum Blossoms. Photography is the speciality of London exhibitor Michael Hoppen and ceramics and glass will be brought by Adrian Sassoon of London and Garth Clark of New York
Commented Brian Haughton, "We feel the time is ripe for an international 20th century fair of this caliber in New York to be mounted at the close of one century and the start of the next."For further details: