The pulse of the art world is captured at the art fairs that take place in New York City in March every year. The Big Apple buzzes with excitement as throngs of art lovers flock to the art fairs to get a look at art from around the world, and collectors vie to acquire works by leading international artists and hot new talent.
The Armory Show, one of the world’s largest art fairs, is the main attraction, augmented by number of other fairs in NYC the same week, including ADAA The Art Show, Volta NY, and Scope NY.
Check out my photos below of some of the most remarkable artworks at the NY art fairs I attended.
What catches your eye? Feel free to contact Perkey Fine Art Advisor for the lowdown on art market trends and how to find the perfect art for you!
Scene at The Armory Show 2014, in New York for its 16th year.
Photo by Perkey Fine Art Advisor.
ADAA The Art Show 2014 at the Park Avenue Armory.
Volta NY 2014 art fair in Soho.
Scope NY 2014 art fair at Moynihan Station for its 14th edition in New York.
ROBERT LONGO, Untitled (Burning Man), 2013, Charcoal on mounted paper, 90 x 96 in.
TALLUR L.N., Obituary Note, 2013, burnt wood and bronze, 67 x 61.5 x 47 in.
SERGE ALAIN NITEGEKA, Tunnel VIII: Studio Study V, 2013, Paint on wood, 84.5 x 51.5 in.,
and Exterior I: Studio Study I, 2013, Paint on wood, 51.5 x 84.5 in.
KERRY TRIBE, Untitled (This is Timeless), 2014, neon, 53 x 11 in., ed. 3
CHRIS JORDAN, Gyre, 2009, archival pigment prints face mounted to Plexiglas,
3 panels totaling 8 x 11 ft., ed. 3
ULRIK HELTOFT and MILJOHN RUPERTO, four selections from Voynich Botanical Studies, 2013, silver gelatin fiber-based prints by artist, each print unique
KEN PRICE, Fats, 1999, Acrylic on fired ceramic, 16 x 21 x 16.5 in.
TIMOTHY HORN, Gorgonia II, 2014, nickel-plated bronze and mirrored blown glass, 60 x 36 x 8 in.
RETNA, Sensations of a Distance Mark the Diameter Reached Through the Rotation of Matter of Fact, 2013, Enamel, acrylic and crystallina on canvas, 96 x 72 in
E.V. DAY, Transporter-Six Stages, 2014, Laser etched, hand tinted Plexiglas, in six sections in custom display
SHEPARD FAIREY, Global Target, HPM; Arab Woman, HPM; Dove Target Red, HPM; 2012,
Two color relief on hand painted material, each 37 x 28.5 in,, ed. 5
DOUG AND MIKE STARN, Blot Out the Sun 4, 1998-99, Archival inkjet prints on mulberry
and tissue papers with encaustic and wax, 48 x 78 in., ed. 3
TOM STOGDON, Circus, 2013, Polished stainless steel and slate, 35.5 x 35.5 x 4 in.
SEAN LANDERS, Golden Section, 2013, Oil on linen, 52 x 44 in.
MICHAEL CRAIG-MARTIN, Objects of Our Time, 2014, A set of 12 screenprints, 19.75 x 19.75 each, ed. 50
JULIAN OPIE, City Walkers, 2014, a pair of powder-coated laser-cut steel wall reliefs,
11.25 x 3 x 1.375 each, ed. 50
JORDAN KANTOR, Untitled (Hubble Galaxy), 2014, Oil on canvas, 50 x 62 in.
ANISH KAPOOR, Untitled, 2013, Fiberglas and paint, 63 x 63 x 22 in.
James Turrell, Relection Hologram, 23.5 x 16.875 in.
KEHINDE WILEY, The Archangel Michael and his Miracles, 2014, 22 karat gold leaf and oil on wood panel, framed 40 x 24 x 2 in.
SPENCER FINCH, Cloud (Brooklyn, Germany, Vermont 1, Paris), 2014, Scotch tape on paper,
each 19.75 x 25.5 in.
TOSHIO SHIBATA, Grand Coulee Dam, WA, Gelatin Silver Print, 20 x 24 in., ed. 25
ANALIA SABAN, Wenge Circuitboard with Architectural Details, 2014, laser sculpted wood,
48.25 x 48.25 in.
KATJA LOHER, Triplebubble, 2013, Three-channel video composition, hand blown glass bubbles with video screens embedded in white acrylic, 18 x 14 x 7 in., ed. 5
PAUL WACKERS, Stillness, Acrylic on panel, 60 x 48 in.
MARGIE LIVINGSTON, Falling Grid, 2014, Acrylic paint on string, 53 x 32 x 5 in.
WILLIE COLE, The Warrior, 2013, Bronze, ed. 7 + 3 APs
ARDAN OZMENOGLU, Snow, 2014, mixed media, screen print on multiple glass panels,
52 x 39 x 36 in.
BANKSY, Grumpy Truck, Spray paint on box truck rear door, 7 ft. x 7 ft.
All Photos by Perkey Fine Art Advisor.