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Osvaldo Romberg . After the Landing of Marie de Medici by Rubans. 1980. Courtesy of Henrique Faria , New York.
With partnerships across New York City, Armory Off-Site expands the reach of The Armory Show with large-scale and interactive artworks in key public areas around the city—introducing international contemporary artists to a wider audience and inspiring dialogues around art. The program will launch in conjunction with The Armory Show on September 9, with several projects on display until December 2021.
The Armory Show announces the 2021 Platform section, Can you hear the fault lines breathing?, curated Claudia Schmuckli. The section will feature eight works that speak to the urgency of working toward new models of bridging fault lines—societal, historical, or geographical—that are grounded in empathy and understanding.
The Armory Show is pleased to announce the exhibitor list for its 2021 edition, featuring 194 leading international galleries from 38 countries. The fair will take place from September 9-12, 2021, at the state-of-the-art Javits Center – The Armory Show’s new, permanent venue.
Valerie Cassel Oliver, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and the 2021 Curatorial Leadership Summit Chair, speaks to The Armory Show about the realities, challenges, and future visions of cultural institutions.