September 30, 2002 - Armory Show - The Armory Photography Show 2002 and The Armory Show 2003
September 30, 2002

The Armory Photography Show 2002 and The Armory Show 2003

The Armory Photography Show 2002 & The Armory Show 2003
October 25 – 28, 2002

The Armory Photography Show
Javits Center – North Pavilion
Eleventh Avenue at 39th Street
New York City

www.thearmoryshow.com

The Armory Photography Show 2002 will open Friday, October 25, 2002, and run through Monday, October 28, 2002. General admission is $15, available at the door only. A Vernissage (Opening Night) for collectors will take place Thursday, October 24, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tickets are $50 at the door and include a four-day pass to the fair and one drink ticket. Advance purchase is not required and reservations are not accepted.

Eighty-four (84) leading international dealers invited from the worlds of both photography and contemporary art will exhibit a wide array of work ranging from early print processes to film, video and digital media, with special emphasis on variety and innovation, including: Galerie 19/21 – 21st: The Journal of Contemporary Photography – 303 Gallery – American Fine Arts, Co. – Bailey Fine Arts – Banning – Galeria Ramis Barquet – Galerie Anne Barrault – Bonni Benrubi Gallery – Blind Spot – Janet Borden, Inc. – Rena Bransten Gallery – Cheim & Read – ClampArt – Stephen Cohen Gallery – Conner Contemporary Art – Cook Fine Art – D.A.P Distributed Art Publishers – Debs & Co. – Digital Photo Institute – Katrina Doerner – Dunn & Brown Contemporary – George Eastman House – Catherine Edelman Gallery – Feigen Contemporary – Peter Fetterman Gallery – Finesilver/FYI – Fraenkel Gallery – Barbara Gladstone Gallery – Fay Gold Gallery – Howard Greenberg Gallery – Greene Naftali – The Halsted Gallery – Carl Hammer Gallery – Galerie Hauser & Wirth & Presenhuber – Hirschl Contemporary Art – Jackson Fine Art – Steven Kasher Gallery – Kennedy Boesky Photographs – Kicken Berlin – Robert Klein Gallery – Klotz/Sirmon Gallery – Robert Koch Gallery – Paul Kopeikin Gallery – Galerie Lelong – Lombard-Freid Fine Arts – Robert Mann Gallery – Lee Marks Fine Art – Matthew Marks Gallery – Marvelli Gallery – Nina Menocal – Ariel Meyerowitz Gallery – Yossi Milo Gallery – Paul Morris Gallery – Andrew Mummery Gallery – Nazraeli Press – Charles Nes Photography – Numark Gallery – PoPoOoW – Pace/MacGill Gallery – Maureen Paley Interim Art – Candace Perich Gallery – Photo Art Book Art Gallery – Photology – Powerhouse Books – RARE – Ratio 3 – Reflex Modern Art Gallery – Ricco/Maresca Gallery – Yancey Richardson Gallery – Paul Rodgers /9W – RoseGallery – Julie Saul Gallery – Schaden.com – Jack Shainman Gallery – Bruce Silverstein Gallery – Daniel Silverstein Gallery – Barry Singer Gallery – Springer & Winckler Galerie – John Stevenson Gallery – Stux Gallery – Frederieke Taylor Gallery – Team Gallery – Bernard Toale Gallery – Twin Palms Publishing – Vintage Works, Ltd. – Elena Vrublevskaya Gallery – Weinstein Gallery – Winston Wächter Mayer Fine Art – Winter Works on Paper – Howard Yezerski Gallery – David Zwirner.

The goal of this new fair is to expand the collecting universe for photographs and photo-based works by bringing together the traditional photo collector with collectors of contemporary art. These two communities have seen increasing overlap, but this will be the first time they get a truly international fair with the quality and reputation that is The Armory Show.

By special invitation of the organizers, George Eastman House (www.eastman.org), Rochester, New York, will present a specially designed exhibition at the fair that will include historical and contemporary masterworks from its collection. From groundbreaking early nineteenth century daguerreotypes, calotypes, and photograms to contemporary iterations of these processes today, the exhibition will demonstrate the persuasive power of photography as a cultural and aesthetic medium. Within this overview, special emphasis will be given to the strong alliance between photography and printmaking that gave rise to historical photomechanical practices (woodburytype, collotype, photolithography, xerography, etc.) and laid the contemporary ground for new digital technologies (Iris, ink jet print, etc.). On hand throughout the fair will be a conservator from the Eastman House, who will discuss issues of preservation, conservation and authenticity of historical and contemporary photography, including digitally-derived imagery. On-site demonstrations and handouts of historical and contemporary photographic processes, including care and condition, will be offered so that visitors to The Armory Photography Show 2002 have an opportunity to gain expert knowledge about their special photographic interests and collections. Established in 1949, George Eastman House was the first museum dedicated to the acquisition, study and preservation of photography in the United States. Its photography collections number more than 400,000 objects, ranging from the medium’s earliest practices of daguerreotypy and paper negative printing to contemporary photography and photo-related works, including digitally-derived imagery, currently a special emphasis of acquisition. More than 8,000 photographers are represented in its collection.

In addition, seven (7) world-renowned publishers of fine art photography books will also exhibit, including: 21st: The Journal of Contemporary Photography, Blind Spot, D.A.P Distributed Art Publishers, Nazraeli Press, Powerhouse Books, Schaden.com, and Twin Palms Publishers. The participation of these respected photographic book publishers will be unique among New York photo fairs.

Ten (10) leading art and photography magazines will exhibit, including: Camera Austria, Exit, Photography in New York, Photography Now, and Tema Celeste.

The Armory Show 2003

March 7 – 10, 2003

Piers 88 & 90

Twelfth Avenue at 48th & 50th Streets

New York City

The Armory Show 2003, the International Fair of New Art, announced that its 2003 Selection Committee has completed the selection of galleries. Out of more than 400 applicants, 171 exhibitors are being accepted into the 2003 Show. Exhibitors include the world’s leading contemporary art galleries showing new art by living artists, 27 of which are first-time participants. Exhibitors hail from all corners of the globe, with more than half coming from abroad, including Australia (1), Austria (5), Belgium (1), Brazil (2), Canada (1), Costa Rica (1), Denmark (1), France (11), Germany (24), Greece (2), Ireland (1), Israel (1), Italy (3), Japan (6), Mexico (1), The Netherlands (3), Russia (2), Spain (2), Sweden (2), Switzerland (5), United Kingdom (13) and the United States (83).

Exhibitors include: 303 Gallery – ACME. – Aidan Gallery – Air de Paris – Brooke Alexander – Alexander and Bonin – American Fine Arts, Co. – Andréhn-Schiptjenko – Angles Gallery – The Approach – Arndt & Partner – Art & Public – Art : Concept – Artemis Greenberg Van Doren Gallery – asprey jacques – Bellwether Gallery – Bernier/Eliades – Peter Blum – Blum & Poe – Marianne Boesky Gallery – Tanya Bonakdar Gallery – Rena Bransten Gallery – Spencer Brownstone Gallery – Christine Burgin/Julie Sylvester – Rebecca Camhi – Galerie Gisela Capitain – Carlier/Gebauer – Galería Marta Cervera – Cheim & Read – China Art Objects Galleries – Galería Pepe Cobo – James Cohan Gallery – Cohan Leslie and Browne – Sadie Coles HQ – Corvi-Mora – CRG Gallery – Galerie Ascan Crone, Andreas Osarek – Galerie Chantal Crousel – D’Amelio Terras – Galleria Massimo De Carlo – Galerie Anne de Villepoix – Deitch Projects – Galerie Volker Diehl – Galerie EIGEN + ART – Kerstin Engholm Galerie – Feigen Contemporary – Ronald Feldman Fine Arts – Rosamund Felsen Gallery – Galerie Ulrich Fiedler – Galeria Fortes Vilaça – Marc Foxx – Fredericks Freiser Gallery – Stephen Friedman Gallery – Annet Gelink Gallery – Sandra Gering Gallery – Barbara Gladstone Gallery – Fay Gold Gallery – Mary Goldman Gallery – Marian Goodman Gallery – Gorney Bravin + Lee – Grant Selwyn Fine Art – Greene Naftali – greengrassi – Jack Hanley Gallery – Galerie Hauser & Wirth – Masataka Hayakawa – Galerie Max Hetzler – Susan Hobbs Gallery – Rhona Hoffman Gallery – Galerie Ghislaine Hussenot – I-20 Gallery – Susan Inglett – Taka Ishii Gallery – Michael Janssen Gallery – Johnen/Schöttle – Jay Jopling/White Cube – Casey Kaplan 10-6 – Georg Kargl – Galleri Magnus Karlsson – Jacob Karpio Galería – Paul Kasmin Gallery – Sean Kelly Gallery – Kerlin Gallery – Anton Kern Gallery – Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery – Klosterfelde – Kodama – Christine Koenig Gallery – Leo Koenig – Michael Kohn Gallery – Tomio Koyama Gallery – Barbara Krakow Gallery – Andrew Kreps Gallery – Galerie Krinzinger – L.A. Galerie-Lothar Albrecht – Yvon Lambert – Lehmann Maupin – Galerie Lelong – Lombard-Freid Fine Arts – Luhring Augustine – Florence Lynch Gallery – Maccarone – Magnani – Mai 36 Galerie – Matthew Marks Gallery – Nina Menocal – Metro Pictures – Meyer Riegger Galerie – Robert Miller Gallery – Victoria Miro Gallery – Modern Art – The Modern Institute – Paul Morris Gallery – Galerie Vera Munro – Murray Guy – Galerie Christian Nagel – Galerie Nelson – Galerie Neu – Carolina Nitsch – Galleria Franco Noero – Nolan/Eckman Gallery – Galerie Nathalie Obadia – Ota Fine Arts – Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery – PoPoOoW – PaceWildenstein – Galerie Roger Pailhas – Patrick Painter – Maureen Paley Interim Art – The Paragon Press – Parkett Editions – Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin – Friedrich Petzel Gallery – Pierogi – Postmasters Gallery – Produzentengalerie – The Project – Regen Projects – Yancey Richardson Gallery – Galerie Markus Richter – Rivington Arms – Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac – Julie Saul Gallery – Scalo – Kenny Schachter Contemporary – Galerie Aurel Scheibler – Schipper & Krome – Galerie Thomas Schulte – Gabriele Senn Galerie – Jack Shainman Gallery – Gallery Side 2 – Sies + Höke Galerie – Brent Sikkema – Sommer Contemporary Art – Gian Enzo Sperone – Springer & Winckler Galerie – Galeria Luisa Strina – Team Gallery – Richard Telles Fine Art – Galerie Barbara Thumm – Jack Tilton/Anna Kustera Gallery – Leslie Tonkonow Artworks & Projects – Torch Gallery – Henry Urbach Architecture – Bob van Orsouw Gallery – Susanne Vielmetter – Galleri Nicolai Wallner – Galerie Fons Welters – XL Gallery – Donald Young Gallery – Zeno X Gallery – David Zwirner.

Artist Barnaby Furnas has been commissioned to create original artwork for all the visual materials and publications associated the fair.

Once again, the Opening Night Preview Gala is a benefit for the Exhibition Fund of The Museum of Modern Art, New York. The Gala takes place on Thursday, March 6, 2003, on Piers 88 and 90. For information about the Opening Night Preview Gala, call 212.708.9680 or email specialevents@moma.org.

In only a few short years, The Armory Show has become the world’s leading international art fair devoted exclusively to contemporary art. Each year The Armory Show draws thousands of artists, collectors, critics, curators and art enthusiasts from around the world.

Additional information is available on the Internet at www.thearmoryshow.com

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