**Demisch Danant is open Monday through Friday 10am—6pm. At this time, we are limiting the number of staff at the gallery in accordance with New York State guidelines for social distancing. This also limits the number of visitors we may welcome inside the gallery at one time. We encourage you to schedule an appointment in advance to assure your preferred visiting time.
- All visitors must enter the gallery wearing a mask (masks can be provided upon request)
- All visitors must clean their hands with hand sanitizer or soap and water upon arrival (provided by the gallery)
- A maximum of three visitors in the gallery at a time is required to maintain appropriate social distancing
- Visitors may schedule an appointment in advance to secure a preferred time
The entire gallery team continues to be available remotely via email, telephone, video-conference Monday through Friday 10am—6pm.
About Demisch Danant
Demisch Danant was founded in 2005 by Suzanne Demisch and Stephane Danant. The gallery specializes in twentieth-century French design with an emphasis on the late 1950s through the 1970s and represents the work of Maria Pergay, Pierre Paulin, Jacques Dumond, Joseph-André Motte, Pierre Guariche, Michel Boyer, Antoine Philippon & Jacqueline Lecoq and René-Jean Caillette. Curated exhibitions on historical work are presented within environments that reference architecture and interiors of the era.
The gallery also features exhibitions concerning the intersection of architecture, design and art, including the work of Sheila Hicks and César.
Demisch Danant is dedicated to research and scholarship on French design and has published and authored monographs including Antoine Philippon and Jacqueline Lecoq, Maria Pergay: Complete Works 1957-2010, Maria Pergay by François Halard, and Maria Pergay: Sketch Book. Current projects include a comprehensive monograph on seminal designer Joseph-André Motte and a new book about works by Sheila Hicks commissioned for architectural projects.