Salon 94 Freemans is the downtown outpost of the project space created within the Upper East Side townhouse shared by dealer Jeanne Greenburg Rohatyn and husband Nicolas Rohatyn. In contrast to the latter's airy environs characterized by light-colored hardwood floors and wrap-around windows overlooking a backyard garden, the Freemans Alley branch has a darker, tougher feel with its concrete flooring and old-timber columns. The works of the gallery's artists—paintings by veteran photorealist and glamour deconstructionist Marilyn Minter; totemic sculptures by Huma Bhabha—look equally at home in either place.
Salon 94 Freemans
|Venue name:||Salon 94 Freemans|
1 Freeman Alley
|Cross street:||between Rivington and Stanton Sts|
|Opening hours:||Tue 1–6pm, Wed–Sat 11am–6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: F to Delancey St; J, Z, M to Delancey–Essex Sts|