Known for its avant-garde spirit, Champagne Pommery's iconic lead, Madame Pommery, introduced Brut Champagne to the world in 1874. Truly a woman ahead of her time, Madame Pommery maintained a lifelong reverence and appreciation for the arts. Her clear-sighted vision to celebrate the art world included monumental brass sculptures by Gustave Navlet featured in her wine cellars, as well as the commission of the largest-ever sculpted cask, created by Émile Gallé. Madame Pommery also donated Jean-François Millet’s The Gleaners to the Louvre, which is currently on display at the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. Pommery has continued the tradition by opening their Gallo-Roman chalk cellars in 2002 and making them accessible each year in September as a platform for artists to express their talents and create unique works of art for their Expériences Pommery exhibitions. They also continue the tradition by awarding The Pommery Prize in honor of Madame Pommery at the Armory Show art fair for an exceptional presentation within the Platform section of the fair. A widely loved label around the world, Champagne Pommery is renowned for combining innovation and tradition to produce a signature collection of unique champagnes that continue to pay homage to the woman that started it all.
Orveda, the French green bio-tech skincare brand, maximizes cutting-edge science with its highly concentrated yet gentle formulas. It utilizes 3 key methods of biotechnology to unleash the power of each active ingredient. Through the science of biotechnology and this patented blend of actives, Orveda Skincare’s effective and non-irritating formulas effortlessly assimilate with the skin. All formulas have the highest level of potency possible, “working with your skin, not against it™.”
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Brazilian in origin, founded in 1941 by French immigrant Jules Sauer, Sauer has celebrated the art of jewelry with an enduring legacy and culture for over eight decades, fostering an intimate connection with the art world since its inception. At the hands of creative director Stephanie Wenk, the brand bridges past and present in a subtle alchemy, combining classical elements with contemporary references in collections that explore spirituality, artistic movements, science and nature. From the union of the wondrous with the unexpected, Sauer's artisans work to transform the earth's masterpieces into wearable sculptures that span generations and transcend trends.
Founded as a small comic bookstore in Cologne in 1980, TASCHEN is today renowned globally for publishing ambitious illustrated books on art, architecture, photography, design, fashion, film, and pop-culture. TASCHEN aims to offer something for everyone in an eclectic, inclusive universe of lifelong cultural companions. TASCHEN’s Collector’s Editions represent not only spectacular feats of print publishing, but art investments in their own right. Conceived and curated in direct collaboration with the artists, these signed and limited edition books offer unprecedented access to rare archival materials, complete portfolios, original artworks, and the artist’s personal reflections.
Yola Mezcal is handcrafted, organic, and committed to preserving tradition through sustainable practices. A smooth and striking pleasure, the principal recipe was created in 1971 and later passed down to Yola by her grandfather. The unique blend of espadín and madrecuixe agaves is formulated to bring the full complexities of mezcal to each sip. Yola is twice-distilled, fermented with wild yeast, and bottled with love by their all-female team in San Juan del Río, Oaxaca. Across borders, every glass raised is a nod toward pleasure, heritage, and expert craftsmanship.
Carla Fernández is one of the most recognized Fashion Houses in Mexico. The house works at the forefront of ethical fashion worldwide, documenting and preserving the rich textile heritage of indigenous communities and other local and urban collectives in Mexico.
The designs are created in creative and productive collaboration with more than 175 artisans from 15 states who use traditional techniques and processes that lead to contemporary fashion.
Their work has been exhibited individually at Denver Art Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, Isabella Stewart Gardner, Franz Mayer Museum, among others.
Born into the world of perfume, with more than 30 years of experience, Frédéric Malle is an unconventional and unclassifiable aesthete. He offers artists the opportunity to excel themselves, encourages them to develop their own idiom, and celebrates their creativity. This unique approach results in an eclectic range of perfumes with the most diverse personalities—a collection that embraces all styles and olfactory families. To enter the world of Frédéric Malle is to cultivate your freedom and style, to find the scent that expresses your singularity, resonates with your innermost self, and becomes a signature of your identity.
A symbol of style, the all-new Pendry Manhattan West has been heralded as one of the most magnificent buildings in the Manhattan West development, with an eye-catching, curtain-inspired exterior structure by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill that reflects light and shadows from every spectacular angle. The 23-story building is a nod to the brand’s coastal California roots infused with the dynamic city energy synonymous with New York. The hotel brings a captivating in-house art collection to NYC including works of Nancy Lorenz and John Wigmore, with design elements interwoven throughout the spaces by globally renowned Gachot Studios, limited-edition artworks in each guestroom curated by Picture Room, and carefully selected works in the meeting and event spaces by New York based independent curator, Lolita Cros. The collection celebrates the intersection of the brand’s understated, California-inspired take on progressive luxury that ushers you into an airy, relaxed version of New York and its timeless sophistication. The art has been selected to provide guests with unique and unexpected opportunities to enjoy an artistic experience in a luxurious and sophisticated, yet casual environment—the epitome of new luxury.
A stunning fusion of modern design with stylish oriental flair, Mandarin Oriental, New York features elegant guestrooms and suites—all with breathtaking views of Manhattan and Five-Star hospitality. Luxurious amenities include MO Lounge, offering an elevated all-day menu with views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline; a 14,500 square-foot spa and wellness facility; and a state-of-the-art fitness center with a 75-foot lap pool. Located by Columbus Circle, it is in an idyllic location just steps away from world-class dining, shopping, and entertainment.
Headquartered in New York, TPC Art Finance provides independent and customized art loans to help collectors and dealers unlock the value held within their art collections. With decades of art and financial expertise, TPC has an established track record demonstrating market intelligence and efficient financing capabilities to help clients seize opportunities and solve liquidity requirements. TPC works closely with its clients to understand their distinctive circumstances in order to structure flexible and expedient loan programs around their unique capital needs.
The Times Square EDITION introduces the next generation of modern luxury. Here, urban energy fuels an enchanting escape as sweeping views of the New York City skyline transport you to an oasis above the bustle. Featuring 452 guest rooms, a state-of-the-art fitness center, performance venue, and three distinct dining experiences developed by Michelin-starred Chef John Fraser, The Times Square EDITION punctuates the area as the city’s epicenter and crossroads of the world…again.
Mara Hoffman founded her label in 2000 after graduating from Parsons School of Design in New York City. Fifteen years later, the brand committed itself to implementing more sustainable and responsible practices while remaining committed to presenting colorful collections inspired by and in celebration of women. In an effort to foster mindful consumption habits, the brand maintains an open conversation about its approach and encourages consumers to reevaluate the relationship society has with clothing. The company continues to focus on sustainable materials and processes in order to improve and extend each garment’s life.
Queen's exists to provide the highest levels of service to the Fine Art Shipping market. Founded in London by art collectors unable to find a service that matched their expectations, Queen's now serves the world's leading galleries, institutions and artists. Specialising in international transport, storage and installation services, Queen’s strives to tackle the industry’s sustainability challenges head on, committing to a greener future through several key initiatives including eco-friendly transport, the integration of eco-friendly packaging, harnessing solar power and the funding of systemic change.
At TerraCycle®, we’re on a mission to eliminate the idea of waste. Together with the businesses, communities, and individuals we’ve partnered with for the past 20 years across 20 countries, we’re on a journey to move the world from a linear economy to a circular one. We create first-of-their-kind solutions in recycling, recycled content, and reuse, and we develop innovative ways to collect and recycle the unrecyclable - items that are not typically accepted by municipal recycling services. You’ll find Zero Waste Boxes throughout the Armory Show event venue.
Kartell is a company that looks towards the future, while retaining the heritage of its past. In 1999 Kartell became the first company to use polycarbonate to produce furniture. The result was La Marie, a completely transparent chair with modern, minimalist design which paved the way for Louis Ghost; a staple of the design world today. Kartell continues to develop and explore the theme of transparency, researching surfaces and shapes, focusing on the use of new technologies and high-performance materials that have made it possible to create innovative, sustainable products.
The most ambitious people in the world read The Wall Street Journal. Winner of 38 Pulitzer Prizes for outstanding journalism, the Journal includes coverage of US and world news, politics, arts, culture, lifestyle, sports, health, and more. It’s a critical resource of curated content in print, online and mobile apps, complete with breaking news streams, interactive features, video, online columns, and blogs. Published by Dow Jones, The Wall Street Journal has been a trusted name since 1889 for unparalleled analysis and unique reporting informing decisions that drive the world forward. Today, WSJ.com’s integrated solutions are complete with breaking news streams, watchlists, alerts, data feeds, and APIs. The Journal’s global digital offerings have grown to include 12 sites in six languages, edited locally for a regionally relevant focus.
Reaching over 1 million readers per month, Hyperallergic is a leading voice in contemporary perspectives on art, visual culture, and more. Published daily, Hyperallergic informs, inspires, and educates readers through original news reporting, insightful reviews, and provocative opinions that help you better understand and experience the art on view, as well as the industry that supports it. Founded in 2009, Hyperallergic is headquartered in Brooklyn, New York.
Artsy is for art collectors. As the leading online art marketplace, Artsy makes it easy to discover, buy, and sell art by the world’s emerging and established artists. This year marks the 11th consecutive collaboration between Artsy and The Armory Show. The fair remains open exclusively on Artsy through September 24th.
With over 150 years in the making, Tequila Herradura is one of Mexico’s most iconic and renowned tequila producers. Recognized for its unsurpassed quality and tradition, Herradura continues to use artisanal methods, such as slowly cooking the agave hearts in traditional clay ovens and using 100% natural fermentation with airborne wild yeast created by the agave plantations and fruit trees surrounding the historic distillery. Herradura is a 100% agave tequila credited with the introduction of the world’s first-ever reposado and the extra-añejo category in 1974 and 1995, respectively.
Artforum celebrates 60 years of delivering ground breaking criticism on the latest developments in contemporary art, exploring trends, making discoveries, and writing the history of the art of our times. As the magazine of record, Artforum’srole remains constant—giving visibility to emerging artists and delivering a fresh perspective on the established cannon, all while examining and questioning the social realities and political landscape that give rise to our visual culture globally.
ArtNexus aims to promote and disseminate art from Latin America. Currently, the 120th edition of the magazine includes articles on Carolina Caycedo (cover), Ivan Argote, Tania Pérez Córdova, Jonathas de Andrade, Marilyn Boror Bor, among others. We invite you to browse and discover galleries in different cities worldwide that currently represent artists from Latin America, listed in the ArtNexus Guide, and also to view a curated selection of works for sale in the ArtNexus Viewing Room. Lastly, do not miss multiples by the most relevant Latin American artists. #ArtNexuscorp
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