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Abelardo Morell, "Flowers for Lisa #1," 2014, archival pigment print; courtesy of Edwynn Houk Gallery.
Eugenio Ampudia, “Concierto para el Bioceno #4,” 3030, UV Print on methacrylate, courtesy of the artist and Max Estrella Gallery.
Gavin Turk, “Giraffe,” 2021, painted bronze, courtesy of MARUANI MERCIER GALLERY.
Hank Willis Thomas, "Circus," 2021, Mixed media including sport jerseys; © the Artist, courtesy of Ben Brown Fine Arts.
Mary Sibande, "Ascension of the Purple Figure," 2013, fiberglass, resin, fabric, and steel on painted wood plinth; courtesy of the artist and Kavi Gupta Gallery.
Roberto Huarcaya, "Amazogramas" series (installation view), 2014-2019, Photography, photogram on photosensitive paper; © Roberto Huarcaya, courtesy of Rolf Art.
Trenton Doyle Hancock, "Mound #1" and "The Color Crop Experience," 2019, Custom rug, stainless steel, and Color Crop video animation; © Trenton Doyle Hancock 2022, photo by Tony Luong for MASS MoCA, courtesy of the artist and James Cohan, New York.
Wangari Mathenge, "These, My Friends, Are Not Normal Times," 2022, Oil on canvas; courtesy of the artist and Roberts Projects, Los Angeles.
New York, Hudson Yards

The Armory Show 2022

Returning to the Javits Center from September 9—11, The Armory Show’s 2022 edition will welcome nearly 250 galleries from around 30 countries.

September 9, 2022 - September 11, 2022

Returning to the Javits Center from September 9—11, The Armory Show’s 2022 edition welcomes nearly 250 galleries from around 30 countries. Featuring a layout by Frederick Fisher and Partners, this year’s iteration includes a newly expanded Presents sector, single artist presentations in the Solo platform, Focus, the sector Platform (home to large-scale and site-specific works), and the inaugural edition of Armory Spotlight—a complimentary booth that shines a focus on a single New York cultural institution—which will feature the multidisciplinary arts nonprofit The Kitchen.

Those familiar with the fair may recognize returning names on the main exhibition floor, including those like Ben Brown Fine Arts, Kasmin, Sean Kelly, Zeno X Gallery, 303 Gallery, Massimo De Carlo, Simon Lee Gallery, Galeria Nara Roesler, and David Zwirner. Highlights include works by Vaughn Spann and John M. Armleder on view with Almine Rech; Larkin Erdmann’s show of historical works by Man Ray, Josef Albers, and Thomas Shütte; an immersive experience by Jake Longstreth with Nino Mier Gallery; and K Art’s show pairing the work of new and established Native American and Indigenous artists Edgar Heap of Birds, G. Peter Jemison, Erin Gingrich, and Henry Payer.

With a total of 40 newer galleries, this year’s Presents section features the 2020 Gramercy International Prize winner Kai Matsumiya bringing paintings by Jan Kiefer; new large-scale paintings by Marc Padeu with Jack Bell Gallery; Nona Faustine’s “White Shoes” (a suite of photographs documenting the reclamation of sites linked to the history of slavery) on view with Higher Pictures Generation; and 12.26 with multimedia works about identity, process, and the female form by Kesewa Aboah. Meanwhile, among other highlights, in the Solo sector viewers will find the work of Jessica Dickinson with James Fuentes, Rodolphe Janssen presenting Thomas Lerooy, and a 50-year survey of Fanny Sanin on view with Leon Tovar Gallery.

The Focus sector highlights art examining personal and political issues related to environments within South-South ecologies in a program curated by Carla Acevedo-Yates. Among these, fairgoers can expect Shezad Dawood’s look at the geopolitics that informed modernist structures in the Global South, presented by Jhaveri Contemporary; Alessandro Balteo-Yazbeck’s installation dealing with aboriginal legacies and South-South colonialities with oil wealth; and a survey of the Costa Rican-born artist Priscilla Monge, on view with Hutchinson Modern & Contemporary.

And the Platform sector, curated by Tobias Ostrander, features large-scale and site-specific works centering on the thematic idea “Monumental Change.” Delving into ways recent revisionist practices are changing how artists deal with sculptural forms, this edition of Platform will see featured works situated diagonally through the fair’s center, welcoming pieces like Mary Sibande’s Ascension of the Purple Figure on view with Kavi Gupta, Night Gallery bringing Sean Townley’s Gassing the Imperial Thrown, which gestures at the imperialist authoritarianism encroaching upon political life in the U.S., and Roberto Huarcaya’s monumental photogram Amazogramas, presented by Rolf Art, which captures a scene of the Amazon jungle in Peru.  

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Javits Center, 11th Avenue, New York, NY, USA
Sep 9 - Sep 11
Javits Center
The Armory Show 2022
Returning to the Javits Center from September 9—11, The Armory Show’s 2022 edition will welcome nearly 250 galleries from around 30 countries.

Fairs

New York, Midtown East |Fairs

SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2022

This week’s SPRING/BREAK Art Show marks ten years of the fair and its 11th New York edition, open from September 7—12 at 625 Madison Avenue.

Independent 20th Century

Independent launches new art fair this week, Independent 20th Century, taking place at the Battery Maritime Building from September 8—11.

VOLTA New York 2022

VOLTA New York returns this spring with cutting-edge programming and the debut of a new location. Through May 22, 49 national and international galleries will exhibit works by an impressive cohort of world-renowned and newly celebrated artists. 

1-54 New York 2022

The New York edition of 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair returns in-person this week, happening for the first time at Harlem Parish.

Independent Art Fair 2022

For the occasion of New York City’s 2022 Art Week, Independent Art Fair will return to Spring Studios from May 6—8.

NADA New York 2022

The New Art Dealers Alliance returns to New York City for its 8th edition, which will be open at Pier 36 from May 5—8.

TEFAF New York 2022

Returning to New York City’s Park Avenue Armory for the first time since the pandemic, TEFAF will be open to the public from May 6—10.

Future Fair 2022

Coinciding with New York Art Week 2022, Future Fair will hold its second in-person edition from May 5—7 at Chelsea Industrial.

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