An Answer Is Expected, Susan MacWilliam, 2013. Presented by CONNERSMITH.

The Armory Show took place on the 4th of March and continued until the 8th. This edition of the show featured an expanded curatorial programme led by the Executive Director Nicole Berry. Here’s The Armory Show in pictures.

GALLERIES

Pier 90 hosted the gallery section where 110 international galleries were participating.

Hold Sway, Liva Isakson Lundon, 2018. Presented by Wetterling Gallery.
Hold Sway, Liva Isakson Lundon, 2018. Presented by Wetterling Gallery.
Mamie Tinkler, Gourd With Dancer, 2020. Courtesy of The Armory Show.
Mamie Tinkler, Gourd With Dancer, 2020. Courtesy of The Armory Show.
John M. Miller, Untitled (BK3D), 1995

John M. Miller, Untitled (BK3D), 1995
Sommer 2009-6, Imi Knoebel, 2009. Presented by von Bartha.
Sommer 2009-6, Imi Knoebel, 2009. Presented by von Bartha.

PERSPECTIVES

Perspectives was dedicated to historical work examined through a contemporary lens. It is curated by Nora Abrams – the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver.

FOCUS

The Focus section featured solo- and dual-artist presentations of post-2000 art and is curated by James, curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. The theme this year is revisionist histories.

Achilles, Katja Larsson, 2019. Presented by Aicon Contemporary
Achilles, Katja Larsson, 2019. Presented by Aicon Contemporary
An Answer Is Expected, Susan MacWilliam, 2013. Presented by CONNERSMITH.
An Answer Is Expected, Susan MacWilliam, 2013. Presented by CONNERSMITH.
Go Home, Umar Rashid, 2019. Presented by New Image Art
Go Home, Umar Rashid, 2019. Presented by New Image Art
Horror Vacui (Autumn Scene), Alejandro Almanza Pereda, 2020. Presented by CURRO
Horror Vacui (Autumn Scene), Alejandro Almanza Pereda, 2020. Presented by CURRO
Les Diner De Gala, Amir H. Fallah, 2019. Presented by Denny Dimin Gallery
Les Diner De Gala, Amir H. Fallah, 2019. Presented by Denny Dimin Gallery

PRESENTS

Presents is a platform for galleries no more than ten years old to showcase recent work from emerging artists.

Training The Mind to Doubt (1), Mella Jaarsma, 2019. Baik + Khneysser
Training The Mind to Doubt (1), Mella Jaarsma, 2019. Baik + Khneysser
Tibe guest Marlene, Philip Mueller, 2019. Carbon 12
Tibe guest Marlene, Philip Mueller, 2019. Carbon 12
Fetch and Bones, Jane Corrigan, 2019. Bradley Ertaskiran
Fetch and Bones, Jane Corrigan, 2019. Bradley Ertaskiran
Detail from Travelogue (21st Century Room), Anna Plesset, 2013-2019. Jack Barrett
Detail from Travelogue (21st Century Room), Anna Plesset, 2013-2019. Jack Barrett

PLATFORM

Platform section gave artists the opportunity to realise large – scale installations and performances. I is curated by Anne Ellegood, executive director of Institute of Contemporary Art.

Edward and Nancy Kienholz, The Caddy Court, 1986-1987. Presented by L.A. Louver
Edward and Nancy Kienholz, The Caddy Court, 1986-1987. Presented by L.A. Louver
Charlie Billingham, A Night at the Opera, 2020. Presented by Morán Morán
Charlie Billingham, A Night at the Opera, 2020. Presented by Morán Morán
Trulee Hall, Eves' Mime Ménage and SexyTime Rock Variations, 2019. Presented by Maccarone West
Trulee Hall, Eves’ Mime Ménage and SexyTime Rock Variations, 2019. Presented by Maccarone West
Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg, This Is Heaven, 2019. Presented by Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berg, This Is Heaven, 2019. Presented by Tanya Bonakdar Gallery

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