My Highlights from The Salon: Art + Design 2014

Winka Dubbeldam
Nov 7, 2014 11:21PM

I think I was getting into the mystery of the pieces, their texture, intricate details and colors… I love that they all feel timeless and yet avant garde in the same time.

My Selection:

Ingrid DonatCommode aux 5 Engrenages, 2013, at Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Commode aux 5 Engrenages, 2013
Carpenters Workshop Gallery

The shape and engravings are gorgeous; it floats between “ancient” and “avant garde.”

Mattia BonettiSide Table ‘Bubblegum’, 2014, at David Gill

Crazy proportions make this table something to love.

Jacques-Emile Ruhlmann“Bas Ducharne” table, ca. 1926, at DeLorenzo Gallery

"Bas Ducharne" table, ca. 1926
DeLorenzo Gallery

This table has a gorgeous shape and beautiful details (and materials).

Hertha HillfonAbstract Sculpture, ca. 1960, at Hostler Burrows

Abstract Sculpture, ca. 1960
Hostler Burrows

I like the intricate shapes and colors of this piece.

Lucio FontanaConcetto Spaziale, 1956, at Mazzoleni Galleria d’Arte

Fontana is an amazing artist and this piece is just mesmerizing.

Marc Newson“Carbon Ladder”, 2008, at Galerie kreo

I love the simplicity and materiality of the piece!

Winka Dubbeldam