10 Artists to Look Out For at Armory Week 2016

Now that you know which shows you are going to at this year’s Armory Week, it’s time to figure our which artists to keep an eye out for! Here are our picks of ten artists to look out for this year:

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Who: Edward Holland

Booth: Causey Contemporary, booth A-200

Where: Pulse, The Metropolitan Pavilion 125 West 18th Street

Photo//Edward Holland, The Scales Version 2 – inverted



Who: Travess Smalley

Booth: Galerie Andreas Huber, Booth 842

Where: The Armory Show, Pier 94 main

Photo//Travess Smalley, 2016-01-20_14-44-09



Who: Tony Gum

Booth: Christopher Moller Gallery, Booth A-212

Where: Pulse, The Metropolitan Pavilion 125 West 18th Street

Photo//Tony Gum, Milked in Africa – Half full, half empty



Who: Olafur Eliasson

Booth: 18 Gallery, Booth 609

Where: The Armory Show, pier 94

Photo// Olafur Eliasson, Square Sphere



Who: Sue Williams A Court

Booth: bo.lee Gallery, booth A-304

Where: Pulse, The Metropolitan Pavilion 125 West 18th Street

Photo//Sue Williams A Court, Desire and Longing 11


Who: Lydia Gifford

Booth: Laura Barlett Gallery, booth 840

Where: The Armory Show, Pier 94 main

Photo//Laura Barlett Gallery, Oyster



Who: Jesse Bransford

Booth: Kari Adelaide + Max Razdow

Where: SPRING/BREAK, Skylight at Moynihan Station 421 Eighth Avenue, NYC

Photo//Jesse Bransford, All Women Will Respond (17)



Who: Lynn Basa

Booth: Prak-Sis Contemporary Art Association

Where: SCOPE, 639 W 46th St

photo//Lynn Basa



Who: Justine Frischmann

Booth: George Lawson Gallery, Booth B12

Where: VOLTA, Pier 90

Photo//Justine Frischmann, Lambent #74


, 1964. pins on wood, 18 x 18 x 18" (45.7 x 45.7 x 45.7 cm).

Who: Lucas Samaras
Booth: Pace Gallery, Booth B1
Where: ADAA, The Park Avenue Armory
photo//Luca Samaras, Untitled
Top Image courtesy of Roberto Chamorro for The Armory Show
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