Don’t miss the current exhibit at Salon 94. On view are a series of photographs by the Turin-born designer and architect Carlo Mollino. The photos, mainly in black and white, were taken between 1955 and 1960 using a Leica and color film. The setting is an apartment in the Villa Scalero on the hills of Turin, which Mollino partially furnished with some of his pieces from the 1940s. But what’s most intriguing are the corsetry and French lingerie which he used to cloth the models posed in risqué yet oddly confrontational stances.