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Armory Week 2016 Market News
Installation view of 303's booth, showing work by Nick Mauss. MAXIMILÍANO DURÓN/ARTNEWS

ADAA Art Show Kicks Off Armory Week With Sales of Sol LeWitt Folding Screens, Nick Mauss Mirrors

As the ceremonial starting bell for Armory Week in New York, the ADAA Art Show brought 72 galleries to the Upper East Side’s Park Avenue Armory, including first-time participants such as Hauser & Wirth and Tilton Gallery.The Art Show skews … Read More


Armory Week 2016 Market Previews
Sean Kelly, New York David Claerbout, KING (after Alfred Wertheimer’s 1956 picture of a young man named Elvis Presley), still, 2015, silent single-channel video projection, HD animation. ©DAVID CLAERBOUT

Preview the 2016 Armory Show

The 22nd edition of the Armory Show opens to the public on Thursday, March 3, with a preview day on Wednesday, March 2. This year’s fair is the first edition with Artnet News editor Ben Genocchio at the helm, replacing Noah Horowitz, who left to be … Read More


Armory Week 2016 Market Previews
Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles  Wallace Berman, Untitled (19 iron cross and spider top left), ca. 1968–75, image verify.

Preview the ADAA Art Show 2016

The 28th edition of The Art Show, which is organized annually by the Art Dealers Association of America, opens to the public Wednesday, March 2, with previews on Tuesday, March 1, at the Park Avenue Armory in New York. The … Read More


Armory Week 2016 Market News
Spring Studios at 50 Varick Street.EVAN JOSEPH/COURTESY SPRING STUDIOS, NEW YORK

‘The Art World Needs a Re-Ignition in New York’: Elizabeth Dee on an Expanded Independent, Moving to Harlem, and the Future of Chelsea

The New York dealer Elizabeth Dee cofounded the Independent art fair in 2010 as a kind of scrappy alternative to the much larger Armory Show. From its fairly humble roots running out of the old home of the Dia Center for the … Read More


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Sotheby’s Fourth-Quarter Loss Comes to $11 M. Amid High-Profile Buyouts

After a tumultuous year that saw high-profile auctions sputter and longtime specialists take buyouts, Sotheby’s confirmed today that it would post a loss of $11 million for the fourth quarter of 2015. Last month, in an unusual teleconference it deemed a “pre-announcement,” the … Read More


Armory Week 2016 Market News
Courtesy of Roberto Chamorro for The Armory Show.

2016 Armory Week Art Fair Cheat Sheet

It’s Armory Week—again. Below, a succinct guide to its fairs. The Armory Show March 3–6 Tried and true, the Armory Show once again ranks as the largest event in this week’s program, featuring 200-plus galleries across Pier 92 and Pier 94 along … Read More


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Dashiell Manley, Scene 3 Version B  2, 2013.

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Marianne Boesky Gallery Now Reps Dashiell Manley

New York’s Marianne Boesky Gallery announced that it now represents Los Angeles–based artist Dashiell Manley, who was first featured at the gallery in a 2015 group show titled “Weird Science.” Manley’s work, including paintings from his Various sources (quiet satires) series … Read More


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AIPAD's The Photography Show.

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AIPAD Photography Show Will Move From Park Avenue Armory to Pier 94 in 2017

The Association of International Photography Art Dealers, or AIPAD, as it’s more commonly known, has announced that its annual photography show will be moving to Pier 94 in 2017. The 2016 Photography Show will be the last edition held at the … Read More


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Here Is the Exhibitor List for the 2016 Dallas Art Fair

The Dallas Art Fair will return for its eighth edition in 2016, running from April 14 through 17 at the Fashion Industry Gallery. In conjunction with the fair, there will be various events at institutions across Dallas, including the opening … Read More


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Installation view of 'Emily Mae Smith: Medusa' at Laurel Gitlen.COURTESY LAUREL GITLEN

New York’s Laurel Gitlen Gallery Closes

While a new gallery seems to open on the Lower East Side just about every week these days, one of the neighborhood’s longtime residents, Laurel Gitlen, is closing. Gitlen, who opened up in the area seven years ago, announced her … Read More


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The new Harlem space. COURTESY BROADWAY 1602

Broadway 1602 to Open Harlem Space, Further Heating Up a Burgeoning Gallery District

Broadway 1602, the gallery that was a pioneer in the Flower District when it opened on West 28th Street and Broadway in 2005, is now once again opening a space in an on-the-rise neighborhood: Harlem. In May, it will open … Read More


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The 2015 edition of the Seattle Art Fair. ERIN MCCUTCHEON, SEATTLE MET

Here Is the First Round of Exhibitors for the 2016 Seattle Art Fair

The Seattle Art Fair announced the first round of exhibitors for this year’s edition, which runs August 4 to 7. Also in the announcement was news that the fair’s artistic director will now be Laura Fried, who was previously a … Read More


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Pace's newest space will be at 537 West 24th Street. VIA GOOGLE STREET VIEW

Pace to Open West 24th Street Space as It Readies Multi-Story Flagship in Chelsea

Nestled in a release for Pace Gallery’s upcoming Tim Hawkinson show is news that the gallery is planning to open a space at 537 West 24th Street, the former home of Hasted Kraeutler. The 24th Street location will be Pace Gallery’s … Read More


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Hauser Wirth & Schimmel In L.A. Will Have Onsite Bookstore

ARTBOOK, a publisher with retail locations at MoMA PS1 in Queens, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, and the Swiss Institute in SoHo, will have a new space inside Hauser Wirth & Schimmel, which opens next month in Los Angeles.The gallery is … Read More