At The Armory Show

Date: March 2013
Skills: Artscope Magazine

New York, NY – A few weekends ago, I attended my first-ever international art fair, taking the train from Boston’s South Station to Penn Station in New York City to spend six hours walking through rows and rows of art at The Armory Show.

Split between two piers on Manhattan’s West Side, The Armory dedicated Pier 92 to modern art and Pier 94 to contemporary art. The modern works were created during and in the style of the Modernism movement which reigned from 1890-1960, whereas the contemporary art was generally made by artists still living — forward-thinking conceptually heavy works.

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