Art In America

Armory Show 2014 Exhibitor List Announced

The exhibitor list has been announced for the 16th edition of the Armory Show art fair, to be held on Piers 92 and 94 on Manhattan's West Side (Mar. 6-9).

Reinventing Abstraction

Most people think of 1980s painting in terms of Neo-Expressionist figurative works or the hard-edge compositions of the Neo-Geo crowd. "Reinventing Abstraction: NewYork Painting in the 1980s" offers an alternative view. Curated by A.i.A. contributing...

Conceptual Abstraction

"Conceptual Abstraction," curated by Pepe Karmel and Joachim Pissarro-on a suggestion by artist Valerie Jaudon and with the help of dealer Carroll Janis-was a 21-year reunion of sorts, and a 21-gun salute to abstraction and painting.

Armory Show Announces 2013 Exhibitors

The fair is divided into two sections, both on the piers along the Hudson River, on Manhattan's West Side. The Armory Show - Contemporary will be housed at Pier 94, The Armory Show - Modern on Pier 92. The participants are listed below, by pier.

Stefan Sagmeister

“Now is a better time to live” and “keeping a diary supports personal development” were among the aphorisms offered to visitors of “The Happy Show,” the fun-house-like exhibition resulting from graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister’s ongoing...

Milton Resnick

A celebrated painter recalls his New York Studio School days and the cryptic, mind-bending dicta of Ab-Ex veteran Milton Resnick. 

David Ebony's Top 10 Picks from the Art Show

Each year, members of the prestigious Art Dealers Association of America come to New York to put on a show, the Art Show, to be exact. The 2011 Art Show (March 2–6) at the Park Avenue Armory, its 23rd installment, features more than 70 galleries. The...

Joshua Marsh

While I was visiting Jeff Bailey’s new space, a 27th-Street storefront in Chelsea, the skies darkened and the heavens opened, unleashing rain and gale-force winds. Inside the gallery, the 11 paintings in Joshua Marsh’s first solo exhibition, all...

Edsel Williams

Summering Hamptonites are not noted for bringing art with them for the season. And among the Hamptons, the swampy The Springs neighborhood of East Hampton are more or less a ghetto—famous for its art history and remarkably preserved, which means it...

Art Basel and Beyond

While many in the art world are sitting out or cutting back on this summer’s round of international events because of slashed travel budgets, fair organizers and art dealers are still banking on Basel. Some collectors, however, citing the global...

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