Two hundred eight thousand square feet divided over two piers. The Armory Show, featured wider aisles, bigger booths. Two hundred ten galleries from thirty countries with many solo or duo presentations.
With photographic works by Thomas Ruffa a huge metal installation from Michail Pirgelis and paintings by Sterling Ruby.
Galerie Ron Mandos
Levi van Veluw’s solo-presentation explores monolithic a new world.
Pippy Houldsworth Gallery
Paintings Stefanie Heinze, The Bruce High Quality Foundation and Ayan Farah. Drawings installation by Rachel Goodyear and a porcelain and stoneware sculpture by Francesca DiMattio.
Bugada & Cargnel
Paintings by Jack Greer and Claire Tabouret sculptures by Théo Mercier drawing by Iris van Dongen.
Monumental works remembering Lou Reed and David Bowie by Doug Starn and Mike Starn.
Studio Drift’s installation ‘Drifter’ consisted of a monolithic concrete block that appeared to be levitating.
Sculptures by Jeppe Hein, Jose Dávila, Erwin Wurm. A drawing by Rinus Van de Velde paintings by Camille Henrot.
Presentated a big Yayoi Kusama installation situated at the center of the fair. At their booth they showed further works by; Yayoi Kusama, Hernan Bas, Alice Neel, Peter Doig, Sarah Sze, Maria Nepomuceno, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Jules De Balincourt, Verne Dawson, Barnaby Furnas, Alex Hartley, Secundino Hernández, Christian Holstad, John Kørner, Wangechi Mutu, Chris Ofili, Celia Paul, Tal R and Kara Walker.
Deitch recreated the installation “Florine Stettheimer Collapsed Time Salon,”from The Armory Show’s predecessing fair at Gramercy Park Hotel. Works by Florine Stettheimer, Cecily Brown, Philip Taaffe, Lisa Yuskavage, Thomas Lanigan-schmidt, Joe Brainard, Thomas Trosch, Rob Wynne, Aurel Schmidt, Walter Robinson, Joe Coleman, Laura Owens, Tschabalala Self, John Currin, Rachel Feinstein, Elizabeth Peyton, Pavel Tchelitchew, were on show.
Koenig & Clinton
Brandon Lattu gave an homage to Frank Stella.