November is a long-awaited month for lovers of art and design as trends begin to be born and are ready to welcome the new year. Designers from various countries compete to show their latest collections at the prestigious Salon Art + Design 2022.
The event, held on November 10-14, 2022, at Park Park Armory Avenue, New York, featured various works from 52 selected participants. All curated works are summarized into an exhibition with a subtly unified vintage, modern, and contemporary look.
This time, anabata will discuss seven artworks and designs that participated in The Salon Art + Design 2022.
Vase 'Sovereign' by Fredrikson Stallard, London
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Fredrikson Stallard is a design practice founded by Patrik Fredrikson and Ian Stallard in London. The hallmark of Fredrikson Stallard is that it always displays avant-garde products. At The Salon Art + Design 2022, Fredrikson Stallard brought his trademark through the David Gill Gallery, which showcased his latest product, the 'Sovereign' vase made of white bronze. The flexibility of attractive forms is one of the favorite products for lovers of experimental design.
NUBES – the somewhere, WIDE', 2022 by Hanna Heino, Finland
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The use of soft neutral colors became an iconic identity of the work of Hanna Heino – an artist from Filandia. For The Salon Art + Design 2022, Hanna Heino presented a soft curved sculpture inspired by the beauty of nature. The statue, entitled NUBES – the somewhere, WIDE', was exhibited inside the Galerie Artempo stand.
Brass and mirror table by Jean Royère, Paris
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Among emerging new products, legendary designers always have a place in the hearts of appreciators of historical value. Like never losing its radiance, brass and mirror tables made of brass and a 50s-style patina by French designer Jean Royère are the main destinations for classical art collectors in The Salon Art + Design 2022. The charm of brass and mirror tables is so strong that Galerie Chastel-Maréchal bought it for display as one of the collections.
Ark Bench, 1994 by David Secrest
(Image Courtesy Moderne Gallery)
David Secrest revealed that he has always been interested in iron as the main material for designing his works, including the 'Ark Bench' exhibited in The Salon Art + Design 2022. The Ark Bench, featured in the Moderne Gallery, refers to an abstract aesthetic that features the original texture of iron with simple shapes.
'MB 673' desk by Pierre Chareau, Paris
(Image Courtesy Galerie Marcilhac)
The 1927 'MB 673' desk was one of the flagship products of designer and architect Pierre Chareau, who carried the industrial concept with firm line cuts. It was compact and functional, fitting the 'MB 673' desk 1927. At The Salon Art + Design 2022, the 'MB 673' desk 1927 looks attractive thanks to its dark-colored wooden compartments and thin metal table legs. Its simple shape, firm cuts, and thin materials became the point of interest of the 'MB 673' desk 1927. You can find this workbench at GALERIE MARCILHAC.
Corset Trapeze Chandelier, 2015 by Paula Hayes, Ney Work
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The display of chandelier products by Paula Hayes carries the theme of natural beauty. Known as the Corset Trapeze Chandelier, Hayes' handmade chandelier was inspired by flowers falling from the vine. Corset Trapeze Chandelier is made using clear acrylic, which added some bright colors to represent the beauty of rainbow colors on the space's ceiling.
Chair 'Orly' by Betil Dagdelen, Cristina Grajales, New York
(Image Courtesy Cristina Grajales Gallery)
In The Salon Art + Design 2022, Betil Dagdelen features 'Oryl' chairs made using woven yarn. The 'Oryl' chair blends traditional weaving technology with an improvised approach to creating unique patterns. Lounge chairs with white tops, backrests, and woven hands look charming and a steel frame painted in black to create interesting creations that revolve around traditional Turkish designs.
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