The Armory Show

News
Art market

Armory Show will move to New York's Javits Center in 2021 and switch from spring to autumn

The shift of venue and date follows ongoing issues with the city's west side piers and marks a significant change to the art world calendar

News
Art fairs

June Edmonds wins inaugural $10,000 Aware Prize for women artists at the Armory Show

Presented by the Paris-based nonprofit Aware, the new award recognises a solo presentation of work by a female artist at the fair

News
Art fairs

New York's Armory Show sees solid sales despite coronavirus risk

Liberal amounts of hand sanitiser and a consistent base of US buyers dominated the fair's opening day

Interview
In person

In Person | Armory Show director Nicole Berry keeps the show on the road

The director of New York's homegrown art fair says she is ready to make some "radical" shifts following last year's venue upset

Feature

Art world’s wage inequality sparks waves of protests

While museums pursue multimillion-dollar expansion projects, art workers consider themselves underpaid—and feel the squeeze of a growing wage gap

Interview
Collector's Eye

Collector's Eye: an interview with Candace Carmel Barasch

The New York real estate heiress tells us what she's bought and why she loves it

News
Art market

Sales at New York’s Armory Show prove more stable than its venue

After the fair's last-minute relocation that displaced Volta from Pier 90, exhibitors from both fairs credit 'generous' community support for good business

Interview
Public art

Siah Armajani: making magic for the masses

The Met Breuer and Public Art Fund showcase Siah Armajani, the Iranian-born artist whose work mixes philosophy and whimsy

Feature
Exhibitions

Making Miró: MoMA show explores turning point in artist’s career

An exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art focuses on The Birth of the World, a 1925 painting that marks a definitive turning point for Joan Miró

Feature
The Armory Show

From the archive: gossip from The Armory Show over the years

Donald Judd's studio secrets spilled, multi-tasking gallerists and Glenn Lowry's statement sans collar suit

Feature
The Armory Show

From grit to glitter: a look back at 25 years of The Armory Show

The Gramercy International Art Fair was the edgy alternative to establishment fairs when it first began—reimagined as The Armory Show, it has grown into an economic juggernaut

News
Art market

New York’s fair landscape is in flux as Armory Week kicks off

Armory Show shifts venues, causing the cancellation of Volta and the emergency launch of Plan B, revealing the stakes for commercial art platforms are rising

News
Art market

New York edition of Volta suspended as The Armory Show makes emergency decision to relocate to Pier 90

Unforeseen structural issues have forced a third of the Armory's exhibitors out of their planned Pier 94 space and into Volta's venue

News
Art market

The Armory Show offers a free booth to emerging galleries to celebrate its 25-year legacy

The first recipient of the new Gramercy International Prize, Ramiken gallery, will present two artists at the 2019 edition of the fair

News
Art market

South African art shines at the Armory Show

Works dealing with issues of post-colonial politics, black power, and identity find a receptive US audience

News
The Armory Show

The talk of the piers: what VIPs are buzzing about at the Armory Show

Indoor weather systems, female warriors in porcelain and 250 ways to confront death

News
Armory Extra 2018

Nicole Berry on what you’ll see at this year’s Armory Show

The fair’s new director describes how she has kept the fair relevant while staying true to its founding ethos

News
Armory Extra 2018

New York's March fairs aim to seize market moment

Your essential guide to the Armory Show, Volta, Independent, Nada and beyond

Interview
My New York

My New York: insiders reveal what to see in the city and where to wind down during a hectic week

With Daniel Humm, collector and chef at Eleven Madison Park,

Preview
Exhibitions

The must-see exhibitions during New York Armory Week

From David Bowie in Brooklyn to Zoe Leonard at the Whitney

Analysis
Art market

ADAA's Art Show misses Armory week crowds, but focused displays of challenging works still prove popular

Exhibitors reflect on how art market has changed since the 1980s at 30th edition of New York fair

News
Art fairs

Armory Show’s Focus sector looks at the body and technology

Gabriel Ritter's display includes 34 artists from the 1970s to today, from Hermann Nitsch and Bruce Nauman to Tabita Rezaire and Patty Chang

Archive
Interviews

Interview with dealer Sean Kelly: Marina Abramovic, art fairs, and expanding off the beaten path

The British-born dealer may be a reluctant power-player, but his new, larger space reflects his place in the pecking order

Archive
Art market

All’s fair in art market war: Competition heats up as Art Basel and Frieze expand

Smaller art fairs such as the Armory Show and Art Stage Singapore are feeling the strain

Archive
Interviews

Interview with dealer Paul Kasmin: “I get a lot of amusement putting what’s downtown, uptown”

The New York-based dealer on his photographic roots and his future plans

Archive
Video art

Fast forward video art

Artists love it as a medium, but are collectors and dealers too busy for time-based work at an art fair?

Archive
New York

New York's lack of a standout art fair

New York is a city with the space and the traction to make introducing a fair of Art Basel's scale a lucrative prospect. So why are locals dragging their feet?

Archive
Art fairs

The Disarmory presents artists who have conceptually disarmed a work of their choosing

Themed events at the fair include, “Armed and Dangerous” and “The Wartime Ball”, taking place this weekend

Archive
Art Basel in Miami Beach

Art Basel Miami Beach reinforces its position in the hierarchy with steady flow of sales after an unpromising start

Art Basel Miami Beach '04 fair report

Archive
Art fairs

Tough times at the 2002 Armory

Collectors were cautious as economic woes continue

Archive
May 2001

Eight leading market figures on what the next recession will mean for the art world

In 2001 they predicted that some areas such as the Old Master market will remain stable but that trendy art would lose its zip