By Florence Fabricant, May 1, 2017
There is a Dalí on display in the exhibition, “A Surrealist Banquet,” at the European Fine Art Fair in the Park Avenue Armory this week, but not all the works are Surrealist. Emmanuel Di Donna, the owner of the gallery that bears his name, has assembled more than 50 pieces of food-themed American and European art on and around a dining table in one of the Armory’s wood-paneled rooms. Paintings and sculptures by Picasso, Thiebaud and Magritte are included. The exhibition will move to Mr. Di Donna’s gallery after the show: “A Surrealist Banquet,” Tefaf New York Spring, Thursday to Monday, Park Avenue Armory, 643 Park Avenue (67th Street), tefaf.com; Di Donna Galleries, May 11 to June 2, 744 Madison Avenue (65th Street), 212-259-0444, didonna.com.