December 10, 2001 - Armory Show - THE ARMORY SHOW 2002 TAKING PLACE AS PLANNED
December 10, 2001

THE ARMORY SHOW 2002 TAKING PLACE AS PLANNED

THE ARMORY SHOW 2002

Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 04:02:01 -0600
Subject: THE ARMORY SHOW 2002

THE ARMORY SHOW 2002 TAKING PLACE AS PLANNED

DOORS OPEN IN LESS THAN TWELVE WEEKS

The Armory Show 2002, the International Fair of New Art, opens its doors in less than twelve weeks. The fourth annual edition of the worlds leading art fair devoted exclusively to contemporary art will take place as planned Friday, February 22, 2002, through Monday, February 25, on Piers 88 and 90 in New York City. Once again, the fair will coincide with the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) Art Show (www.artdealers.org/artshow/index.html). The Opening Night Preview Gala benefiting the Exhibition Fund of The Museum of Modern Art will initiate the fair on Thursday, February 21, 2002, setting the stage for what promises to be the most exciting and important annual art weekend in the Americas.

More than 150 galleries will present new art by living artists including the most important contemporary galleries from around the world: AMSTERDAM, Torch; ANTWERP, Zeno X; ATHENS, Bernier/Eliades, Rebecca Camhi; BERLIN, Arndt & Partner, EIGEN ART, Griedervonputtkamer, Max Hetzler, Neu, Nordenhake, Springer & Winckler, Wohnmaschine; BOLOGNA, Marabini; BOSTON, Barbara Krakow; BROOKLYN, Pierogi; CHICAGO, Carl Hammer, Rhona Hoffman; COLOGNE, Michael Janssen, Christian Nagel, Aurel Scheibler; COPENHAGEN, Faurschou, Nils Stærk, Nicolai Wallner; DUBLIN, Green On Red, Kerlin; FRANKFURT, L.A. Galerie-Lothar Albrecht; GENEVA, Art & Public; GLASGOW, Modern Institute; HAMBURG, Produzentengalerie; KARLSRUHE, Meyer Riegger, LONDON, The Approach, asprey jacques, Sadie Coles HQ, Entwistle, Stephen Friedman, Gimpel Fils, Jay Jopling/White Cube, Lisson, Victoria Miro, Modern Art, Maureen Paley/Interim Art, Sprovieri, Anthony Wilkinson; LOS ANGELES, ACME., China Art Objects, Michael Kohn; MADRID, Marta Cervera, Carmen de la Guerra; MARSEILLE, Roger Pailhas; MEXICO CITY, Nina Menocal; MILAN, 1000 Eventi, B&D Studio, Monica De Cardenas, Massimo De Carlo; MUNICH, Tanit; NEW YORK, 303, Alexander and Bonin, Mitchell Algus, American Fine Arts, Artemis Greenberg Van Doren, Ramis Barquet, Peter Blum, Marianne Boesky, Tanya Bonakdar, Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, Spencer Brownstone, Cheim & Read, James Cohan, CRG, D’Amelio Terras, Deitch Projects, Thomas Erben, Feigen Contemporary, Ronald Feldman, Fredericks Freiser, Barbara Gladstone, Marian Goodman, Gorney Bravin Lee, Grant Selwyn, Greene Naftali, I-20, Susan Inglett, Casey Kaplan 10-6, Paul Kasmin, Sean Kelly, Anton Kern, Nicole Klagsbrun, Leo Koenig, Andrew Kreps, Lehmann Maupin, Lelong, LiebmanMagnan, Lombard-Fried, Luhring Augustine, Florence Lynch, Lawrence Markey, Matthew Marks, Sara Meltzer, Robert Miller, Yossi Milo, Modern Culture At The Gershwin Hotel, Paul Morris, Murray Guy, Nolan/Eckman, P.P.O.W, Friedrich Petzel, Postmasters, Max Protetch, Julie Saul, Jack Shainman, Brent Sikkema, Silverstein, Holly Solomon, Stefan Stux, Leslie Tonkonow, Henry Urbach Architecture, David Zwirner; OSAKA, Kodama; PARIS, Art:Concept, Eric Dupont, du Jour agnès b., Yvon Lambert, Nelson, Nathalie Obadia, Emmanuel Perrotin, Almine Rech, Thaddaeus Ropac, Daniel Templon, Xippas; PRAGUE, Jirí Svestka; ROME, Gian Enzo Sperone; SAN FRANCISCO, Rena Bransten, Jack Hanley; SAN GIMIGNANO, Galleria Continua; SANTA MONICA, Angles, Mark Moore, Patrick Painter; SÃO PAULO, Fortes Vilaça; SEVILLE, Pepe Cobo; ST. GALLEN, Susanna Kulli; SYDNEY, Roslyn Oxley9, Gitte Weise; TEL-AVIV, Sommer Contemporary Art; TOKYO, Taka Ishii, Tomio Koyama; TORONTO, Susan Hobbs; VERONA, Studio La Città; VIENNA, Georg Kargl, Krinzinger, nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder; ZURICH, ArsFutura, Hauser & Wirth, and Mai 36.

Fourteen publishers of editions and multiples will also participate: BALTIMORE, Goya-Girl Press; BERKELEY, Paulson Press; DURHAM, Durham Press; LONDON, Paragon Press; LOS ANGELES, Cirrus Editions; NEW YORK, Art of this Century, Brooke Alexander Editions, Eyestorm, Carolina Nitsch, Solo Impression, TRANS>editions; PARIS, Michael Woolworth Publications; and ZURICH, Parkett and Scalo.

The leading art world publications will exhibit at The Armory Show 2002 including Art & Auction (USA), Art in America (USA), Art Nexus (Colombia), Art On Paper (USA), Art Press (France), art-SITES (USA), artext (USA), ArtForum (USA), Bomb (USA), Cabinet (USA), Camera Austria (Austria), Flash Art (Italy), Frieze (UK), Gallery Guide (USA), M/The New York Art World (USA), Modern Painters (UK), New American Paintings (USA), NU: (Sweden), parachute (Canada), Tema Celeste (Italy), The Art Newspaper (UK), TRANS>art.cultures.media (USA), Umelec (Czech Republic), zingmagazine (USA).

The Armory Show 2002 is sponsored in part by The International Herald Tribune (www.iht.com), the worlds daily newspaper. Appearing Saturdays, The International Herald Tribunes art pages are edited by world renowned journalist and art critic, Souren Melikian.

The opening night preview gala will be a benefit for Exhibition Fund of The Museum of Modern Art, New York. The preview gala takes place on Thursday, February 21, 2002. The event opens at 4:30 pm for Patron ticket holders and at 6:30 pm for Friend ticket holders. This is a benefit event and attendance is by ticket only. For information about the Opening Night Preview Gala, call The Museum of Modern Arts Department of Special Programming and Events at 212-708-9680, or email them at specialevents@moma.org.

For information about The Armory Show 2002, call 212-645-6440 or email the show office at info@thearmoryshow.com. Complete information is available on the Internet at

www.thearmoryshow.com

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