Art Basel Miami 2018 is calling for us and so are the best art galleries in the world that will showcase their breathtaking collectible designs in that art exhibition. The remarkable Salon 94 from New York is one of them.
“Elizabeth Blackwell Test Plate #8” (1975-1978, 1975-1978) by Judy Chicago. Sculpture made with China paint on porcelain. Exhibited at Art Basel 2018 ©Art Basel
“Elizabeth Blackwell Test Plate #9” (1975 – 1978) by Judy Chicago. Sculpture made with China paint on porcelain. Exhibited at Art Basel 2018 ©Art Basel
This renowned art gallery was born in 2002 with a special mission: giving talented artists the opportunity to create their exclusive projects in the best work conditions, nurturing their creativity and innovation. Salon 94 proudly supports names like Huma Bhabha, Sylvie Fleury, Takeshi Murata, Laurie Simmons, and Marilyn Minter. However, it always leaves the door open for the possibility of discovering new and passionate talents.
“French Window” (2015) by Betty Woodman. Will be showcased at Art Basel Miami Beach 2018. ©Art Basel
“Azulejas – Oribe Memory” (2003) by Betty Woodman. Will be showcased at Art Basel Miami Beach 2018. ©Art Basel
“Boucherouite V” (2017) by Francesca DiMattio. Sculpture made of glaze on porcelain and stoneware. Showcased at Art Basel Miami Beach 2017 ©Art Basel
Most recently, the gallery counts with artists like Lyle Ashton Harris, Lisa Brice, Nathaniel Mary Quinn, Judy Chicago, Ibrahim El-Salahi, and Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri.
“Ladies Engaged in Unnecessary Activities” (2017) by Betty Woodman. Sculpture made of glazed earthenware, epoxy resin, lacquer, acrylic paint, and fabric. Exhibited at Art Basel 2018 ©Art Basel
Since its birth until nowadays, Salon 94 keeps being faithful to its goals, embracing the best of contemporary art and design and participating in the most important international fairs.
“Tea Bowl” (2018) by Takuro Kuwata. Exhibited at Art Basel 2018 ©Art Basel
“Tea Bowl” (2018) by Takuro Kuwata. Sculpture made of porcelain, glaze and platinum. Exhibited at Art Basel 2018 ©Art Basel
We can’t wait to explore its booth at Art Basel Miami 2018 and see what wonders are waiting for us.
“Hores de llum i de foscor” (1986) by Josep Grau-Garriga. Tapestry made of cotton, wool, silk, synthetic fiber and clothing. Exhibited at Art Basel 2018 ©Art Basel
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