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Armory Show

The Armory Show, also known as New York's Art Fair, is an international art fair held every year in New York City. Founded in 1994 by five art dealers, the fair was initially called the Gramercy International Art Fair and was held in the Gramercy Hotel in New York. As its reputation grew, the fair moved to a more suitable location in the National Guard armory building in Lexington avenue. As this was the location of the historical 1913 Armory Show, the first large exhibition of modern art in America, the Gramercy International Art Fair also changed its name to reflect this history. The Armory Show is now held in New York City for four days every fall

The Armory Show exhibits works from leading contemporary and modern art galleries around the world, and this year will welcome galleries from over 30 countries. The fair will also bring together three curators specializing in Latin American and Latinx art for the first time, in order to provide “a distinct, unified vision for the fair's initiatives."

In addition, The Armory Show has announced a special partnership this year with the United States Tennis Association (USTA), the Armory Off-Site at the US Open. This partnership is an extension of Armory Off-Site, created in 2021. For the event, artists from underrepresented backgrounds will display large-scale sculptural works at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, from August 23 to September 11, 2022. This partnership will increase the fair's expansion in NYC, displaying works by artists such as Luzene Hill, Gerald Chukwuma, Jose Dávila and Carolyn Salas. 

Artsper has selected our favorite contemporary and modern artists that will be exhibited at the 2022 fair – join us to discover some of the leading figures in the art scene this year, including Yinka Shonibare and Jessica Stockholder!

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In den eigenen vier Wänden wir müssen uns verschwenden, Gregor Hildebrandt

In den eigenen vier Wänden wir müssen uns verschwenden

Gregor Hildebrandt

Fine Art Drawings - 120 x 72 x 3 inch

$49,000

Flea Match Box, Gavin Turk

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Le doigt de dieu Etienne Daho, Pierre et Gilles

Le doigt de dieu Etienne Daho

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He up and went downtown, Ed Ruscha

He up and went downtown

Ed Ruscha

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Desire Painting (Alamy / Tom), David Renggli

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Yellow Black White Blue, Julian Opie

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Rubedo-Citrinitas: In Transition, Kevin Abosch

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Gravity of Matters, Ross Bleckner

Gravity of Matters

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Alinhavando, Tunga

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Phenomena: Katherine Wheel, Paul Jenkins

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Bon Santé, Arman

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Ada Purple and Black (Set of Two) - Guggenheim Show Gathering in New York 2022, Alex Katz

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Gilbert And Sullivan, Jim Dine

Gilbert And Sullivan

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In A Chiaroscuro, from "The Blue Guitar" portfolio, David Hockney

In A Chiaroscuro, from "The Blue Guitar" portfolio

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A form driven from a rectangular solid (juventudes musicales portfolio), Sol LeWitt

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Marina Towers, Chicagoch, Enoc Perez

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Violon Rothschild, Arman

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