The Armory Show

An unmissable fair that showcases the very best of 20th and 21st century art, The Armory Show was created in 1994. It truly is an international platform for both established artists and emerging names.  Almost 200 galleries from more than than 30 different countries showcase high-quality artwork to dealers, collectors and the general public. Divided into sections, the show is divided into areas curated by art professionals, areas exhibiting solo artists, thematic curations and a discovery section where galleries less than 10 years old can exhibit. A wide range of artwork are offered for sale. Indeed, abstract art, pop art, glass work, post war pieces and video are just some of the 1,000 pieces exhibited at the thrilling Armory Show. Usually, the fair takes place annually in the busy month of March, at the same time as for instance VOLTA, Clio Art Fair or SCOPE Art Show.

The Armory Show 2021

Location

Javits Center
429 11th Avenue
New York, NY 10001
United States

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Opening hours

8 September 2021: TBA
(VIP Preview By Invitation Only)
9-12 September 2021: TBA
(Public Days)

Entrance Fee

General Admission: TBA

Mediums

Painting
Installations
Sculpture…

Art Periods

Modern
Contemporary

Contact
VOLTA Miami

The Armory Show © Teddy Wolff

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