|Jean-Marc Fray, Cynthia Fray and Michael Bruno.|
News Flash! We’ve just opened our 2nd showroom in New York City! In alliance with 1stDibs and the New York Design Center (NYDC), we are now part of the fabulous new “1stdibs@NYDC” - a 33,000 sq ft. antiques market envisioned and created by 1stdibs.com founder, Michael Bruno.
|Our newest address... 200 Lexington Avenue.|
1stdibs has taken over the entire 10th floor of the NYDC building at 200 Lexington Ave. in New York, offering the space to a select few of its member dealers. We are thrilled to be a part of this exciting new venture, and can’t wait to show off our latest finds to interior designers and collectors in and around New York.
|Jean-Marc Fray Gallery at 1stdibs@NYDC|
On Feb. 16th, Michael Bruno, Founder and CEO of 1stdibs.com, Jim Druckman, President of NYDC, and Michael Boodro Editor-in-Chief of Elle Décor magazine, held a private Grand Opening for 1stdibs@NYDC with an overwhelming 2000 guests from all angles of the design industry. Needless to say, the event was a smashing success and we had a blast meeting some of our New York clients, making new friends and just beholding this “visual feast” which promises to become THE destination for designers and consumers sourcing antiques, vintage furnishings and decorative arts in New York.
|Jean-Marc is ready for opening night.|
|Cynthia takes five before guests arrive.|
|Grand Opening NYDC.|
|Jean-Noel Fray, Michael Bruno and Nikki Escobar.|
|The French Modernist Club Chairs are a hit.|
|Tres chic guests share a moment at opening night.|
Jean-Noel Fray did a fabulous job putting together our sleek new space which features select pieces of our inventory from France and Murano glass from Italy as well as a stunning collection of works by artist Marlene Louchheim, introduced to us and represented by Deborah Page of Deborah Page
|Jean-Noel Fray - Opening Night NYDC.|
|"Elevations" by Marlene Louchheim.|
|"Fragments #2" by Marlene Louchheim hangs beautifully near Murano glass sconces and Murano vase.|
|"Dreams" by Marlene Louchheim.|
Jean-Marc Fray French Antiques
200 Lexington Ave.
New York, NY 10016