Gallery

As part of its on-going dialogue with the military community, Salmagundi is proud to present From There to Here: Military Veterans’ Experiences, a veteran-curated exhibit of military veterans’ art…
PUBLIC SWIM, an art gallery, project space and community gathering place will be making its debut splash this January at 105 Henry Street in Lower Manhattan’s Chinatown.
Combining utilitarian objects, sculptures, photographs and paintings into a visual landscape meant to provoke engagement from the viewer, Comfort investigates comfort’s relationship to aesthetics and…
Disrupted space, disjointed landscapes, and pixelated environments inform Darryl Westly’s unique painting style as he examines culture and ethnicity as seen through our hand-held screens.
Within each sculpture’s apparent beauty, a laborious process, emotional and psychic efforts illustrates Caroline Wayne’s lifelong efforts to reshape and help process a complicated and traumatic past…
Showcased on the eve of the centennial of the Art Deco era, this acclaimed, privately-held exhibition celebrates Erté (whose birth name was Romain de Tirtoff), a Russian-born French artist and…
A La Vieille Russie picks some stunners for its first-ever selling exhibition of mid-century jewelry.
Wonder Without Land submerges the audience into a beautified and grotesque dreamscape exploring themes in childhood memory, construction of identity, discovery of sensory experiences and storytelling…