Secret Pleasures at the Armory Show: Works That Delight and Surprise

Don’t be surprised to be unsurprised at this year’s Armory Show, but you’ll certainly find some unexpected pleasures and revelations, especially on Pier 92.It’s exciting to discover a series of slender 1955 assemblages of Roy Lichtenstein in the booth for … Read More

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At the Armory, Teresa Margolles Presents a Moving Memorial to a Trans Sex Worker

The Focus section of this year’s Armory Show is a tight affair of 12 rather small booths—really just corners—that sits in front of the VIP Lounge.They are hard spaces to install in, running the risk of a display that is too bare, too full, … Read More

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Independent New York Opens Second Edition in Tribeca With Solid Sales, Sun-Drenched Booths

It’s only Independent New York’s second year at Spring Studios in Tribeca, but it already feels like its rightful home. Spring Studios—the members-only shared workspace and social club—is ideal for collectors, many of whom were overheard gushing about how they could … Read More

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At the Armory Show, Dealers See Moderate Sales in Switched-Up Fair Setup, With Kusama Selling for Around $1 M.

The Armory Show opened to VIPs this morning, debuting a rejiggered booth landscape reflecting the vision of its new director, Ben Genocchio. But while the fairgrounds looked markedly spiffier than in years past, restoring a bit of glitz to the … Read More

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Armory Week in New York Begins With the ADAA Art Show, as Artists Old and New Fly Off the Walls

Armory Week sees a dozen fairs pop up all across New York, and it always kicks off with a bang: the ADAA Art Show’s opening gala. It’s a tony, booze-soaked, evening-wear affair at the Park Avenue Armory that sees besuited … Read More

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