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|| Art and Antiques Business in the Middle East

New York Sun has an article about the upcoming Art and Antiques show in Dubai and how the New York galleries are rushing to have a presence there.

"Development tends to happen fast in Dubai, and the tiny country is just as rapidly asserting its status as a new destination for art and antiques shopping", the article says. (Guys, Dubai is NOT a country!)

"Since we already have clients in Dubai, it's logical for us to do the Haughton fair," a French Art Deco dealer, Christopher Knight, who manages Maison Gerard on West 10th Street, said. "In the past two years alone, we've racked up strong sales to clients in Kuwait and Dubai, each of whom has multiple homes." Read the full article on New York Sun



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