Architect Annabelle Selldorf and Curator Paul Henkel Collaborate on Exciting Gallery
The lower Manhattan destination is home to Henkel’s new space, Palo, as well as Selldorf’s furniture collection, Vica
It’s rare to have your first gallery designed by Annabelle Selldorf, but for curator Paul Henkel, the architect not only conceived a 3,400-square-foot space but also asked to be part of it. The destination, on New York’s Bond Street, plays host to the first permanent location of Henkel’s pop-up gallery, Palo, as well as the inaugural brick-and-mortar setting for Selldorf’s furniture collection, Vica.
“A space doesn’t have to strictly be a furniture showroom or a gallery,” says Henkel, whose debut exhibition will showcase sculptural paintings by Henry Hudson and ceramics made by him and his brother, Richard Hudson, displayed with Selldorf’s creations.
Step inside the space below:
A version of this article first appeared in print in our 2022 Fall Issue under the headline “Lasting Bond.” Subscribe to the magazine.