The gallery operates four spaces in New York City, with its original gallery space stilled housed within the family home of founder Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn. Salon 94 offers a wonderful alternative to viewing special exhibition projects by emerging and renowned artists in unconventional gallery spaces.
Salon 94 was launched in 2002 on the ground floor of 12 East 94th Street, the townhouse where owner and founder Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn and her family lives. As the locale of the inception of the gallery, this space functioned as the flagship and headquarters of the gallery until Salon 94 Freemans opened in 2007, followed by Salon 94 Bowery in 2010. 12 East 94th Street was designed with architect Rafael Viñoly, who is also the architect for Salon 94’s new headquarters on 89th Street. This space has been the site of some of the gallery’s most prominent exhibitions inclusive of many presentations by Salon 94 Design: in 2010, a Rick Owens bedroom, in 2012 the Carlo Mollino Lattes Chair, and in 2018 the continuation of Gaetano Pesce’s 1984 Pratt Chair – all shown in the conservatory of 12 East 94th Street.