Armory Week Round-Up: Here’s Everything We Published on the 2020 New York Fairs, All in One Place

Here's all the news you missed.

"Jessica Lichtenstein: Do They Make a Sound?" curated by Indira Cesarine for the Untitled Space at SPRING/BREAK 2020. Photo courtesy of the Untitled Space.

Over the past week and a half, New York City played host to at least a dozen art fairs, despite the increasing threat of the novel coronavirus. Hot on the heels of the Art Dealers Association of America’s Art Show, the Armory Show opened at Piers 90 and 94, soon followed by SPRING/BREAK, Independent and Volta.

In case you missed any of the fairs, we rounded up the biggest news, market analyses, and pictures from the week right here.

 

PEOPLE

Photography by Nicolas Bloise.

Photography by Nicolas Bloise.

Art Style: What the Armory Show’s Best-Dressed Attendees Wore to Buy, Sell, and Check Out the Art by Noor Brara

She Was Part of the Postwar Avant-Garde. She Studied Under a Legend. She Even Adopted a Male Name. But Her Art Was Forgotton—Until Now by Sarah Cascone

Meet Tootsie Warhol, the Former Lawyer-Turned-Trump Impersonator Who’s Using Performance Art to Address the President by Sarah Cascone

This Artist’s Vivid, Consciousness-Raising Video of a Flooded Louvre Is a Hit at the Armory Show. Here’s How He Did It by Sarah Cascone

See How One Artist Harnessed the Power of Augmented Reality to Make a Series of Quirky Self-Portraits (Hint: It Involves Bunny Ears) by Sarah Cascone

 

REVIEWS

Installation view of Lowell Ryan Projects Booth at the Armory Show 2020.

Installation view of Lowell Ryan Projects Booth at the Armory Show 2020.

4 Sensational Painters Who Stole the Show at Independent New York 2020, Where Oil-on-Canvas Is Still the Cutting Edge by Artnet News

5 of the Best Artworks to Be Found at the Armory Show, From a $210,000 Livestream of the Sun to the ‘Amazing Black-Man’ by Andrew Goldstein

8 of the Best Artworks to See at the ADAA Art Fair, From a Supernatural Alice Neel Painting to Zanele Muholi’s Latest Picture Series by Artnet News

Here Are 9 of the Most Wildly Creative Ways That Artists Transformed an Office Building Into an Art Wonderland for SPRING/BREAK 2020 by Sarah Cascone

 

MARKET & ANALYSIS

Valery Estabrook, "The Impeachmint" curated by Ambre Kelly and Andrew Gori at SPRING/BREAK 2020. Photo by Sammy Morgan Photography.

Valery Estabrook, “The Impeachmint,” curated by Ambre Kelly and Andrew Gori at SPRING/BREAK 2020. Photo by Sammy Morgan Photography.

Despite Public Health Concerns, Buyers Turned Out in Force at the Armory Show to Make Seven-Figure Deals—Without the Handshakes by Nate Freeman

Price Check—Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—at the 2020 Armory Show in New York by Caroline Goldstein

How New York’s Downs & Ross Gallery Weathers Difficult Times by Staying Nimble—and Keeping Its Eyes on the Vanguard by Nate Freeman

‘It’s Obviously a Really Exciting Thing’: How Native American Art Has Become a Sleeper Sensation in Museums and the Art Market Alike by Eileen Kinsella

 

GUIDES

German Chancellor Angela Merkel greets US President Donald Trump at the start of the G20 meeting in Hamburg. (Photo credit: LUDOVIC MARIN/AFP via Getty Images)

This year the handshake was replaced by the Armory elbow bump. Photo: LUDOVIC MARIN/AFP via Getty Images.

We’ll See You at the New York Fairs This Week. We Just Won’t Shake Your Hand (or Touch Your Face) by Artnet News

Here’s Your Go-To Guide for the 2020 Armory Show in New York and Its Many Satellite Fairs by Caroline Goldstein

Looking For Fresh Talent? Here Are 7 Rising-Star Artists to Seek Out at Armory Week 2020 in New York by Maria Vogel

9 Megawatt Gallery Shows to Check Out During Armory Week, From Kara Walker’s Drawings to Julian Schnabel’s Latest Works by Caroline Goldstein and Katie White

After the Saga of Last Year’s Last-Minute Cancellation, VOLTA Returns to New York With New Leadership and New Purpose by Katie White


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