New York’s Macklowe Gallery Announces Expanded New Location at 445 Park Avenue — 9/25/2017
Madison Avenue institution and premier dealer of Twentieth Century Decorative Arts opens new flagship store at 57th and Park Avenue this November.
September 25, 2017 (New York, NY): For nearly 50 years, Macklowe Gallery has been a fixture on Madison Avenue and a destination for French Art Nouveau furniture and objects, Tiffany lamps and glassware, antique and estate jewelry and more. This November, President Benjamin Macklowe will unveil an expanded new location in the heart of midtown at 445 Park Avenue, joining neighbors that include Heritage Auctions and Phillips to cement this new crossroads as an art and antiques hub for collectors of fine and rare items.
Macklowe Gallery’s new store experience will offer just over 6,000 square feet of space to showcase museum-quality decorative arts alongside carefully curated Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and Mid-20th Century jewelry, each hand-selected by Macklowe and his team. In addition to more than tripling the ground floor exhibition area, the new location will also feature a dedicated library for the gallery’s extensive collection of books and other industry resources, as well as an expanded showroom that doubles as an event and lecture space.
“With all of the challenges faced by luxury retailers in today’s marketplace we are thrilled to announce that Macklowe Gallery is growing, thanks to our existing clients and a new generation of passionate collectors,” explained Benjamin Macklowe. “Excellent quality, rare items never go out of style. Sophisticated buyers understand this, and know that we offer personalized attention and the very best available in Twentieth Century Decorative Arts and Jewelry.”
As the second generation to run this family-owned business, Benjamin Macklowe took over leadership from his parents Lloyd and Barbara, but has never lost sight of their vision for the gallery: to deliver an experience where customers can expect to find exceptional goods, unerring authenticity and longstanding, personal relationships. Whether it’s a Bulgari ruby ring owned by famed American actress and ambassador Shirley Temple, a unique Japanese inspired bronze sculpture by Lucien Gaillard from the famed collection of Benedict Silverman, or a Tiffany daffodil narcissus lamp from the collection of rock star Rod Stewart, Macklowe Gallery is a trusted source for designers, collectors, scholars, museum curators, and the world’s most respected institutions.
For more information about the new store opening, or to arrange an interview with Benjamin Macklowe, please contact Lauren Banyar Reich (firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-246-8789).
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