rick owens @ salon94: pavane for a dead princess




It’s not always the easiest leaving brooklyn or downtown to head to the upper east side, but we wouldn’t have missed this for the world.
The debut of Rick Owens first US furniture exhibition, “Pavane For A Dead Princess,” opened last Saturday at the Upper East Sides experimental project space, Salon 94. The renowned designer transformed the gallery into a contemporary sleeping quarter resembling his own Parisian apartment. Owens singular vision as a designer fuses raw beauty with refined modernism, and whether it be fashion or interiors, he juxtaposes the most basic materials with the most extravagant. “Pavane…” features a monumental alabaster bed with curved headboard, arranged opposite a corresponding daybed composed of plywood, alabaster, and bronze. Owens also encloses the space with a tendril-like floor-to-ceiling sheared mink curtain. The installation is open to the public at Salon 94 located at 12 East 94th Street and is open Monday-Friday from 10am – 6pm.


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