Heavy Metal—the newest, thought-provoking exhibition from Galerie56, is on view through Thursday, November 9. Curated by architect Lee F. Mindel, the exhibition examines the way metal has been utilized in design applications and scales across the 20th century and beyond and offers a glimpse into the material mechanics and meaning behind the work of design heavyweights such as Tony Duquette, Margaret Evangeline, Norman Foster, Gio Ponti, Jean Prouvé, Hechizoo, Josef Hoffman, Poul Kjaerholm, and more, along with displaying the metal chargers from the iconic Four Seasons at the Seagram Building.
Founded by architect Lee F. Mindel of the renowned firm SheltonMindel, Galerie56 is a unique platform and exhibition space that celebrates the intersection of art, architecture, and design. Objects range from $250 to $250,000. The gallery is open Monday–Friday from 10–6:00 p.m. and is located at 240 Church Street, New York.