Art Fair Report: Armory Show 2018
How was The Armory Show 2018? What Beth deWoody told Forbes Magazine about her visit of the fair can be seen as emblematic for this year's edition:
"I've seen tons of things I like. The show is really great. There is more room, you can really see the art more easily. There are really good galleries, and high quality art. It's fun."
Let's take a look now what dealers brought to the fair and what sold at which prices:
Pearl Lam Galleries sold two Su Xiaobai works for $250,000 each.
Kayne Griffin Corcoran sold a Mary Corse work for $350,000.
Lisson Gallery had a Tony Cragg sculpture which they sold for around $470,000. They also sold a Carmen Herrera canvas for $600,000.
Thaddaeus Ropac sold two Alex Katz paintings for $550,000 and $500,000.
James Cohan had two Fred Tomaselli paintings, which both sold - one for $225,000 and one for $65,000. The gallery also sold a painting by Lee Mullican for $100,000.
König Galerie sold a painting by Katharina Grosse for $175,000 and Erwin Wurm's "Bag Walking" for $140,000.
Lévy Gorvy sold out most of their solo booth with works by Karin Schneider, priced at $8,500 each.
Pace Gallery had a solo booth with Composition Cards pieces by Tara Donovan which sold out. The individual works were priced between $35,000 - $65,000.
Sean Kelly sold a canvas by Kehinde Wiley for $140,000, a work by Hugo McCloud for $65,000, Shazia Sikander's Indo-Persian Miniature painting "Red Lotus" for $90,000 and a work by Sam Moyer for $50,000.
What else did Galleries bring to the fair? See below a selection of more works from the fair. Click on the images for details.
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