Salon 94

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Salon 94 is an art gallery in New York City owned by Jeanne Greenberg-Rohatyn.

Gallery history[edit]

East 94th Street[edit]

The gallery opened in 2003 in the Carnegie Hill neighborhood on New York City’s Upper East Side as an integral part of Jeanne Greenberg-Rohatyn’s home. Designed by architect Rafael Viñoly, the gallery features a dedicated exhibition space on the first floor and a combination living/gallery space on the second. The inaugural exhibition presented a video work by gallery artist Aïda Ruilova. Subsequent exhibitions have featured work by Betty Woodman, Maya Lin, Wangechi Mutu, Hanna Liden and Nate Lowman.

Salon 94 Freemans[edit]

In 2007,[1] the gallery opened an additional location on New York’s Lower East Side at Freemans Alley as a dedicated exhibition space. The first exhibition featured work by gallery artist Huma Bhabha and subsequent shows have featured Lorna Simpson, Carter, Barry X Ball, Kara Hamilton and Lynda Benglis.

Salon 94 Bowery[edit]

In October 2010, the gallery opened a third location on the Bowery[2] on New York’s Lower East Side. Located two doors down from the New Museum, the space was also designed by architect Rafael Viñoly as a dedicated exhibition venue. A prominent feature of the gallery is a 20-foot (6.1 m) LCD video screen on the outside wall broadcasting video art content to the street. The inaugural show presented work gallery artist Liz Cohen. Subsequent shows featured Marilyn Minter, Laurie Simmons, Jon Kessler, Francesca Dimattio, and David Benjamin Sherry. During the construction phase, the gallery presented T shirt paintings by Richard Prince.[3]


Artists represented by Salon 94 include:


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Coordinates: 40°47′10.2″N 73°57′21.69″W / 40.786167°N 73.9560250°W / 40.786167; -73.9560250