Below is a selection of what The Armory Show’s Cultural Partners have on view during Armory Arts Week. Asia Society Museum On View: Video Spotlight: Eko Nughroho Asia Society Museum presents traditional, modern, and contemporary exhibitions of Asian and Asian American art, taking new approaches to familiar masterpieces and introducing under-recognized arts and artists. The Asia Society Museum Collection comprises a traditional art collection that includes the initial bequests of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Rockefeller 3rd, and a contemporary art collection. The Brant Foundation On View: Steven Shearer The Brant Foundation has a mission to promote education and appreciation of contemporary art and design, by making works available to institutions and individuals for scholarly study and examination. The Brant Foundation Art Study Center presents long-term exhibitions curated primarily from the collection at its Richard Gluckman designed exhibition space in Greenwich CT. The Bronx Museum of the Arts On View: The Neighbors, Part Three The Bronx Museum of the Arts is a contemporary art museum that connects diverse audiences to the urban experience through its permanent collection, special exhibitions, and education programs. Reflecting the borough's dynamic communities, the Museum is the crossroad where artists, local residents, national and international visitors meet. Brooklyn Museum On View: Marilyn Minter: Pretty/Dirty At the Brooklyn Museum, create inspiring encounters with art; explore an extensive permanent collection that includes ancient Egyptian, African, European, Contemporary, and decorative arts; experience intelligent, cutting-edge exhibitions and programs that reflect a fresh view of traditional and historical works; and engage with today's most important artists and artistic practices. The Center for Italian Modern Art On View: Giorgio de Chirico – Giulio Paolini / Giulio Paolini – Giorgio de Chirico The Center for Italian Modern Art [CIMA], founded in 2013, is a non-profit research and exhibition center that promotes scholarship in and advances public appreciation of modern and contemporary Italian art—through annual exhibitions, an international art history fellowship program, and a wide variety of public programs. Presented within an elegant SoHo loft, CIMA's exhibitions invite visitors to have intimate experiences with great works of art rarely presented in the U.S. CIMA is now celebrating its fourth season, with an exhibition exploring the work of noted Italian masters Giorgio de Chirico and Giulio Paolini, following ones devoted to Fortunato Depero, Medardo Rosso, and Giorgio Morandi. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum On View: Scraps: Fashion, Textile, and Creative Reuse Energizing the Everyday: Gifts from the George R. Kravis II Collection The World of Radio Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum is the nation’s only museum dedicated to historical and contemporary design, with a collection of over 210,000 design objects spanning thirty centuries. Located in the landmarked Andrew Carnegie mansion, Cooper Hewitt makes design come alive with unique temporary exhibitions and installations of the permanent collection. Creative Time On View: Project Details Pending Over the past four decades, Creative Time has commissioned and presented ambitious public art projects with thousands of artists throughout New York City, across the country, around the world. Their work is guided by three core values: art matters, artists’ voices are important in shaping society, and public spaces are places for creative and free expression. Dia Art Foundation On View: Hanne Darboven: Cultural History 1880–1983, Dia:Chelsea Kishio Suga, Dia:Chelsea Robert Morris, Dia:Beacon Dia Art Foundation is committed to initiating, supporting, presenting, and preserving extraordinary art projects. The Drawing Center On View: Mateo López: Undo List The Drawing Center, founded in 1977, is a museum in SoHo that explores the medium of drawing as primary, dynamic, and relevant to contemporary culture and creative thought. Its activities include exhibitions; Open Sessions, a curated artist program encouraging community and collaboration; the Drawing Papers publications; and education and public programs. El Museo del Barrio On View: Beatriz Santiago Muñoz: A Universe of Fragile Mirrors El Museo del Barrio, New York’s leading Latino cultural institution welcomes visitors of all backgrounds to discover the artistic landscape of Latino, Caribbean, and Latin American cultures. Their richness is represented in El Museo’s wide-ranging collections and critically acclaimed exhibitions, complemented by film, literary, visual and performing arts series, cultural celebrations, and educational programs. International Center of Photography On View: Perpetual Revolution: The Image and Social Change The International Center of Photography [ICP] is the world’s leading institution dedicated to photography and visual culture. Through our exhibitions, school, public programs, and community outreach, we offer an open forum for dialogue about the role that images play in our culture. Since our founding, we have presented more than 700 exhibitions and offered thousands of classes, providing instruction at every level. The Jewish Museum On View: Pierre Chareau: Modern Architecture and Design The Jewish Museum is one of the world's preeminent institutions exploring art and Jewish culture from ancient to contemporary, offering exhibitions and programs for people of all ages and backgrounds. Established in 1904, the Museum maintains a collection of nearly 30,000 works of art, Judaica, and broadcast media from around the world. Museum of Arts and Design On View: Voulkos: The Breakthrough Years, Françoise Grossen Selects, Lauren Kalman: But if the Crime Is Beautiful..., and Counter Couture: Handmade Fashion in an American Counterculture The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) champions the work of contemporary artists and designers. Since its founding in 1956, the Museum has celebrated the creative processes by which materials are transformed, from craft traditions to cutting-edge technologies. Today, MAD offers a rich variety of exhibitions and public programs, presenting contemporary art and design in social contexts. The Met Breuer On View: Marisa Merz: The Sky Is a Great Space As The Met’s new space for modern and contemporary art, The Met Breuer offers exhibitions, performances, artist commissions, residencies, and educational initiatives in a landmark building designed by Marcel Breuer. Visitors can experience 20th- and 21st-century art in dialogue with the full depth and breadth of The Met's unparalleled collection. The Museum of Modern Art On View: Francis Picabia: Our Heads Are Round so Our Thoughts Can Change Direction The Museum of Modern Art is a place that fuels creativity, ignites minds, and provides inspiration. With extraordinary exhibitions and the world's finest collection of modern and contemporary art, MoMA is dedicated to the conversation between the past and the present, the established and the experimental. Our mission is helping you understand and enjoy the art of our time. Neue Galerie New York On View: Alexei Jawlensky and Austrian Masterworks from the Neue Galerie Neue Galerie New York is a museum devoted to early twentieth-century German and Austrian art and design. Located in a landmark mansion completed in 1914 by the architectural firm of Carrère & Hastings, the museum offers a diverse program of exhibitions, lectures, films, concerts, and other events. New Museum On View: Raymond Pettibon: A Pen of All Work The New Museum is the only museum in New York City exclusively devoted to contemporary art. Founded in 1977, the New Museum is a center for exhibitions, information, and documentation about living artists from around the world. The Noguchi Museum On View: Self-Interned, 1942: Noguchi in Poston War Relocation Center The Noguchi Museum was founded and designed by acclaimed Japanese-American artist Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988) for the display of his life’s work. Opened in 1985 and located in Long Island City, Queens, the Museum is housed in a converted industrial building and is itself considered to be one of Noguchi’s greatest works. Public Art Fund On View: Liz Glynn: Open House As the leader in its field, Public Art Fund brings dynamic contemporary art to a broad audience in New York City and beyond by mounting ambitious free exhibitions of international scope and impact that offer the public powerful experiences with art and the urban environment. Socrates Sculpture Park On View: Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition Celebrating 30 Years in 2016, Socrates Sculpture Park is the only site in New York City dedicated to providing artists with opportunities to envision, realize, and exhibit large-scale sculpture and multi-media installations in a unique outdoor environment that encourages strong interaction between artists, artworks, and the public. SculptureCenter On View: Cercle d'Art des Travailleurs de Plantation Congolaise (Congolese Plantation Workers Art League) and In Practice: Material Deviance Founded by artists in 1928, SculptureCenter’s mission considers the history and legacy of sculpture as a framework to understand the diverse activity within the field of contemporary art. SculptureCenter explores experimental and innovative developments in contemporary sculpture by commissioning new work by emerging and established, national and international artists. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum On View: Visionaries: Creating a Modern Guggenheim An internationally renowned art museum and one of the most significant architectural icons of the 20th century, the Guggenheim Museum in New York is at once a vital cultural center, an educational institution, and the heart of an international network of museums. Visitors can experience special exhibitions of modern and contemporary art, lectures by artists and critics, performances and film screenings, classes for teens and adults, and daily tours of the galleries led by museum educators. Founded on a collection of early modern masterpieces, the Guggenheim Museum today is an ever-evolving institution devoted to the art of the 20th century and beyond. Image credit: Vasily Kandinsky, Composition 8 (Komposition 8), July 1923. Oil on canvas, 140 x 201 cm. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Solomon R. Guggenheim Founding Collection, By gift, 1937. © 2016 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris. Storm King Art Center Storm King is closed for the winter season and will reopen April 5, 2017. Storm King Art Center is one of the world’s leading sculpture parks. Located about an hour north of New York City, Storm King encompasses over 500 acres of rolling hills, woodlands, and fields of native grasses and wildflowers. This landscape provides a dramatic backdrop for a collection of more than 100 large-scale sculptures by some of the most acclaimed artists of our time. Image credit: View of the South Fields, all works by Mark di Suvero. Background: Pyramidian, 1987/1998; Jeanne, 2014-2015, Courtesy of the artist and Spacetime C.C., New York; Mon Père, Mon Père, 1973-75; Mother Peace, 1969-70. Except where noted, all works Gift of the Ralph E. Ogden Foundation. Photo by Jerry L. Thompson. The Studio Museum in Harlem On View: VideoStudio: Meeting Points, Circa 1970, Excerpt, Harlem Postcards Fall/Winter 2016-17, and Black Cowboy The Studio Museum in Harlem has six exhibitions on view including: Circa 1970, Black Cowboy, VideoStudio: Meeting Points, The Window and the Breaking of the Window, Excerpt, and Harlem Postcards Fall/Winter 2016–17. The Watermill Center On View: The Watermill Center Collection Founded by avant-garde visionary Robert Wilson in 1992, The Watermill Center is an interdisciplinary laboratory for the arts supporting young and emerging artists through its year-round Artist Residency Program, International Summer Program, as well as Education Programs, and open studios. The Center also presents exhibitions, public programming, and offers tours of its 20,000+ square-foot building and eight-and-a-half acres of grounds and sculpture gardens throughout the year. Whitney Museum of American Art On View: Fast Forward: Painting from the 1980s The Whitney Museum of American Art is the defining museum of American art from the twentieth century to today. Located in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District, the Whitney will present the 2017 Biennial, the longest running survey of contemporary art in the United States and the first in the Museum’s new downtown home, from March 17 through June 11.