What to See at This Year’s Salon Art + Design

At Salon Art + Design, New York’s annual fair dedicated to presenting both the fine and decorative arts, exhibitors’ booths are more living room than white cube. Opening today, Salon offers a trove of historic and contemporary work from emerging and established designers—in short, an eclectic mix of objects that speak to what architects and interior designers are thinking about today. We captured highlights from the 56 participating galleries during yesterday’s preview at the Park Avenue Armory, where the most compelling pieces came from artists who employ unexpected materials—like sliced seashells, fur, and tiny beech rods—to inform exceptionally beautiful, often otherworldly creations. The fair runs through Monday, Nov. 13.

Christopher Duffy

At Sarah Myerscough Gallery

Paul Cocksedge

At Friedman Benda

Rowan Mersh and Lara Bohinc

At Gallery Fumi

Studio Job

At Priveekollektie Contemporary Art Design

Carl Auböck

Presented by Patrick Parrish Gallery and Clemens Kois


At Giustini / Stagetti

Presented by Studio Hvn, Hongjie Yang, and Trent Jansen

At Gallery All

Pia-Maria Raeder

At Galerie BSL

Pieces from the exhibition "SuperDesign"

At R & Company

Michael Anastassiades

At Nilufar

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