Twenty First Gallery

76 Franklin Street
New York City, NY 10013
United States


Member of the following market(s): New York City | Salon Fair | Vetted Show Galleries
          By celebrating craftsmanship and fostering new experimentation, Twenty First Gallery brings an unparalleled selection of collectible design to the New York and International market.

New York-based Twenty First Gallery is at the forefront of collectible design, applied and functional art. The platform brings together a select group of European artists excelling in various mediums while also putting their own spin on tried and true craftsmanship. Through carefully curated solo exhibitions and a strong presence at major international fairs, Twenty First Gallery is an essential resource for unique furnishings and artworks. 

Founded in 2007 by French applied arts expert Renaud Vuaillat, Twenty First Gallery has established itself as one of New York’s preeminent purveyors of thought-provoking collectible design produced with quality materials and mastery in mind. Vuaillat and his team work closely with a roster of renowned and emerging talents; pushing them to think outside the box, experiment, and create new format-defying work that can captivate collectors in new ways. The same considered approach translates into how the platform forges long-lasting relationships with collectors. Twenty First Gallery believes in the value of living with design as art and celebrating work that can convey a narrative.

Originally specializing in 18th-century French design and operating as a fixture of the Serpette flea market, Vuaillat quickly became a key vendor to much of the U.S. collector base. Later, he was instrumental in helping to shift its focus from vintage to contemporary collectible design. Originally opening a gallery on Paris’s left bank and moving to New York in 2006 to establish Twenty First Gallery a year later, Vuaillat dedicated himself to supporting the work of living talents. Looking past fading trends, the gallerist is able to tap into his extensive knowledge of design history while identifying the practices and principles that stand the test of time.        
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