Collective Design was created by gallerists, designers, collectors and curators in 2013 to present a current vision of collectible design by 20th century masters and today’s emerging talent.
Since that first fair Collective Design has supported the design community through studio visits, talks and special programs, engaging both veteran collectors and those new to design.
Guided by a mission to move beyond traditional boundaries between art and design fairs, Collective Design continues to evolve, bringing together the work of young and established studios and galleries in exciting new formats around the world.
In May 2020 Collective Design will collaborate with Frieze New York to present a special exhibition focusing on the technological developments of colour within the fields of art and design. Curated by Libby Sellers, the presentation will feature painting, sculpture, textiles, furniture and objects from some of the most important creators of the last century. It will mark the first exhibition dedicated to design at Frieze, creating a dialogue between the two disciplines.
Collective Design is a modern exhibition platform for galleries and independent designers, showcasing both established and emerging art and design from around the world.
“The Collective Design fair offers an unparalleled opportunity to learn about and collect works of world class design from galleries around the world.”
“Collective Design, with its experimental reach, celebrates the aesthetic and conceptual juice squeezed from materials and processes.”
—The New York Times
“This type of focused fair helps art collectors understand that the market for design furniture is very much alive, with historic artists and designers commanding up to seven figures.”
“Collective Design fair has become a mainstay on the agendas of every major interior designer, architect, and collector...it serves up blue-chip collectibles with a side of kooky avant-garde.”
“Over the past years, the Collective Design fair has been singular in its dedication to innovation through design.”
—James Huniford, Interior Designer
“The only thing to expect at Collective Design is the unexpected!”
—Jamie Drake, Interior Designer
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