11 Booths You Need to See Before the Armory Show Closes

Head to Piers 92 and 94 with confidence this weekend, armed with our list of the 11 booths you won’t want to miss at The Armory Show—from the Daniel Buren retrospective presented by Parisian gallery kamel mennour, to the army of William O’Brien ceramics that open the contemporary section at Marianne Boesky’s booth.

kamel mennour

Featuring works by: Daniel Buren, Alicja Kwade, Valentin Carron, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Camille Henrot

Johann König

Featuring works by: Alicja Kwade, Camille Henrot, Jeppe Hein, Annette Kelm, Tatiana Trouvé, Jeremy Shaw, Jorinde Voigt, Katharina Grosse, Paul Czerlitzki, Michael Sailstorfer, Nathan Hylden, Monica Bonvicini

Beck & Eggeling

Featuring works by: Heinz Mack, Gerhard Hoehme, Otto Piene, Bernard Aubertin, Hermann Bartels, Gotthard Graubner, and Walter Leblanc

Galerie Thomas Schulte and Aanant & Zoo 

Featuring works by: Michael Müller and Vlado Martek


Featuring works by: Lucio Fontana and Domenico Bianchi

James Fuentes LLC

Featuring works by: Berta Fischer


Featuring works by: Charles Avery, Jay Heikes, Adam Helms, Volker Hüller, Matthew Day Jackson, Dave McDermott, Jonathan Marshall, Matthias Weischer, Eric White, Letha Wilson, Nick van Woert

Federica Schiavo

Featuring works by: Andrea Sala

Moeller Fine Art

Featuring works by: Lyonel Feininger, Lucas Samaras, Fernand Léger, Le Corbusier, Otto Piene, Hermann Goepfert, Louise Nevelson, WOLS, Joseph Cornell, Alexander Archipenko, Paul Klee, Mark Tobey, Gino Severini, Walter Leblanc


Featuring works by: Charlie Billingham, Nick van Woert, Luis Gispert, Torey Thornton

Marianne Boesky Gallery

Featuring works by: William J. O’Brien, Anthony Pearson, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Andisheh Avini, Donald Moffett, Barnaby Furnas

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