The Armory Show and the ADAA Art Show: Highlights & Pictures

Art week in New York City is coming to an end, and I must say I was impressed with what I saw. This year marked the 100th anniversary of the Armory Show, which now has to battle with Frieze to lure the international contemporary buyers who prefer to come to New York only once a year to do their art shopping. Up to the challenge, galleries brought their A-games, and were consequently rewarded with great sales (all here say, of course). The bad weather during the first half of the fair may have kept potential shoppers at bay, but the clouds cleared for a beautiful weekend—leading to heavy traffic at booths across the city. A few favorite pictures from The Armory Show and the ADAA Art Show are below, but to see the full albums, head to my facebook page (and if you haven’t “liked” it yet, do so now!)

Lorna Simpson

Lorna Simpson, 2013 at Galerie Nathalie Obadia @ The Armory Show


James Nares, In Three Words, 2012 @ the Armory Show


Angelo Otero @ The Armory Show


Shinichi Maruyama, Nude #4 and #6, 2012. Bruce Silverstein Gallery @ The Armory Show


Brice Marden, Han Shan Exit, 1992 (complete portfolio) at Susan Sheehan Gallery @ the ADAA Art Show


Louise Lawler, Marie + 90, Marie + 180, Marie + 270, 2010/2012 at Metro Pictures @ the ADAA Art Show


Sigrid Sandstrom @ the ADAA Art Show



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