the armory show
This spring, Africa arrives in New York. The city will be treated to an unprecedented opportunity to observe and experience
Seeing 'The Art Show' at the Park Avenue Armory is a completely different experience when the space is empty of visitors. At the early afternoon press preview-- while vacuum cleaners are roaring and booths are hung seamlessly, devoid of buyers or gallerists, it feels like one is stepping into an abandoned Museum.
The John Szoke Gallery specializes in works on paper by two monumental artists - Pablo Picasso and Edvard Munch. What's special
Armory Focus is celebrating the diversity of perspectives in contemporary African art.
Giving us a little tease on what to expect, see what these galleries are showcasing at the Armory Show and ADAA's Art Show.
Time and space: these are the boundaries that control our behavior. We exist in a moment and place that settle us into the perceived concreteness we call reality, fighting abstraction with an emphasis on the mundane.
Don't you just hate that one art world socialite who's, like, always at every opening and fair and art party and is, like
4. Volta Were it not for the massive Armory spectacle (the show will play host to 199 galleries from 28 countries across
Whether you're a film aficionado, a young collector, a fan of emerging art or merely interested in getting a finger on the pulse of what's going on in the art world at the present moment, there's plenty to do.
Of all the things that occurred over the first half of the decade in the arts, what will be the most impactful at the end of the decade? It is hardest to see from the middle of it all but I will take a stab.