Since 2012, we have been a successful exhibitor at the New York art fair 'The Armory Show', which was launched in 1994 by the four New York gallery owners Paul Morris, Pat Hearn, Colin de Land and Matthew Marks. First named the 'Gramercy International Art Fair', the fair marks a seminal cultural moment in the history of the Big Apple.
Due to travel ban we were unfortunately forced to cancel our participation in this year's 'The Armory Show' in September at short notice.
Nevertheless, we do not want to withhold the works we would have presented at our booth. For this, please feel free to visit our
...a small pre-selection with our highlights you can find below:
Today the largest art fair in the United States, it has become indispensable to the New York art market and beyond.
Much has changed over the years - but the fair's ingenuity and high standards have remained. The Armory Show is a driving force in the art world and an essential part of New York's cultural landscape. Since moving to the 69th Regiment Armory building on Lexington Avenue in 1999, the fair has taken the historic name The Armory Show, referring to the legendary art sales exhibition "The Armory Show - The International Fair of New Art" in 1913, which took place at the very same place and was the first to exhibit American and European avant-garde art in the U.S.