Sean Kelly will offer David Claerbout’s KING (after Alfred Wertheimer’s 1956 picture of a young man named Elvis Presley), 2015–16.
©DAVID CLAERBOUT/COURTESY SEAN KELLY, NEW YORK
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 director of the Americas for Art Basel after being credited with reinvigorating the annual event. The fair, which will bring together 205 galleries from 36 countries, returns to New York’s West Side with the Modern sector taking over Pier 92 and the Contemporary, Focus, and Presents sectors taking over Pier 94.
Click the photos below to see works on offer at the fair.
ALL IMAGES: COURTESY THE ARTIST AND THEIR GALLERY; ADDITIONAL CREDITS WHERE NOTED
Blain|Southern, London and Berlin Abdoulaye Konaté, Composition en rouge (orange, vert et jaune citron), 2015.
Koppe Astner, Glasgow George Henry Longly, CPU, Volume Excess, 2015, video with sound 4 min, cast plaster.
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
James Fuentes, New York Joshua Abelow, Untitled, 2015, oil on linen.
Wetterling Gallery, Stockholm James Rosenquist, The Glass Wishes, 1979, oil on canvas.
Beck & Eggeling International Fine Art, Düsseldorf Otto Piene, Feuergouache, 1963, gouache, pigment, and fire traces on vellum.
Vivian Horan Fine Art, New York Michelangelo Pistoletto, Donna sullo sgabello, 1974, silkscreen on polished stainless steel.
Echo Art, Lagos, Nigeria Namsa Leuba, Untitled I, from the series "Cocktail," 2011, Fuji Crystal Archive Matt print reverse mounted on acrylic.
11R, New York Jackie Saccoccio, Portrait (Triple X), 2013, oil and mica on linen.
blank, Cape Town Turiya Magadlela, I never made Swan lake 11, 2015, nylon and cotton pantyhose, thread, and sealant on canvas.
Jack Shainman Gallery, New York Hank Willis Thomas, Promise, 2016, fiberglass, chameleon auto paint finish.
Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh Harland Miller, A Fist to Cry On, 2015, oil on canvas.
Susan Sheehan, New York Roy Lichtenstein, Reflections on Crash, 1990, lithograph, screenprint, woodcut, and metalized PVC collage with embossing. PRINTER AND PUBLISHER: TYLER GRAPHICS LTD., BEDFORD, NEW YORK
Addis Fine Art, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Emanuel Tegene, Hypocrite I, 2015, acrylic on canvas.
Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago Gordon Matta-Clark, Circus or The Caribbean Orange, 1978, Cibachrome.
Cecilia de Torres, New York Francisco Matto, Dos Venus, 1976, oil on wood.
Alan Cristea Gallery, London Josef Albers, Hommage au Carré XI, 1965, from a portfolio of 12 screenprints on J. Perrugot Arches Special MBM paper. COURTESY THE JOSEF AND ANNI ALBERS FOUNDATION
Galerie Cécile Fakhoury, Abidjan, Ivory Coast François-Xavier Gbré, Cité Espérance #2, Route de Bingerville, 2013, archival pigment ink on fine art paper.
Circle Art Gallery, Nairobi, Kenya Ato Malinda, On Fait Ensemble, 3/5, 2010, video, stills, and performance, to be shown on 60" flat screen.
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York Shih Chieh Huang, ES-C-07, 2007, household plastics and computer parts.
Honor Fraser, Los Angeles Brenna Youngblood RED DOOR, 2007, color photograph in artist's frame. JOSHUA WHITE/JWPICTURES
Bugada & Cargnel, Paris Julian Charrière, Polygon XXX, 2015, photograph.
i8 Gallery, Reykjavik Alicja Kwade, Wandel durch Inhalt (Die Funktion des Unbewussten / hermetische Symbolik), 2014, wood, silver-coated bronze, 2 books.
Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Paris and Brussels Brenna Youngblood, Light Source (harmony electric), 2014, acrylic paint, spray paint, gesso, and color photograph on canvas.
Gallery Espace, New Delhi Zarina, Tasbih, 2014, maplewood stained with Sumi ink, covered with specks of 22-karat gold leaf and strung with oxidized steel wire.
Cherry and Martin, Los Angeles Brian Bress, Gentlemen on Grids, 2015, high-definition dual-channel video (color), two high definition monitors and players, wall mounts, framed.
Kadel Willborn, Düsseldorf Natalie Czech, A poem by Repetition by Aram Saroyan, 2013, three C-Prints, three frames, and museum glass.
Carolina Nitsch, New York Christo, Wrapped The Art Newspaper, 2015, The Art Newspaper, collaged photo, rope, 4 mil. plastic sheeting. PUBLISHED BY CAROLINA NITSCH FOR THE WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART
Galería Habana, Havana Carlos Garaicoa, Untitled, from the series "Under construction," 2012, color photograph mounted on Plexiglas and aluminum laminated, tape cut by hand.
Praz-Delavallade, Paris and Berlin Matthew Brandt, Burnout SAW1F, 2016, silk velvet with acid treatment.
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris and Salzburg Jules de Balincourt, Space Investors, 2015, oil on panel.
Stevenson, Cape Town and Johannesburg Portia Zvavahera, I Can Feel It in My Eyes , 2015, oil-based printing ink and oil bar on canvas.
Monica De Cardenas, Milan and Switzerland Jules de Balincourt, Dancing with Fire, 2015, oil on panel. ANDREA ROSSETTI