[artinfo] Fwd: THE ARMORY SHOW 2002

Andrea Szekeres asz@c3.hu
Mon, 10 Dec 2001 15:50:26 +0100

>Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 03:22:46 -0600
>To: press@e-flux.com
>From: info@e-flux.com
>Subject: THE ARMORY SHOW 2002
>The Armory Show 2002, the International Fair of New Art, opens its doors=20
>in less
>than twelve weeks. The fourth annual edition of the world=92s leading art=
>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=
>City. Once again, the fair will coincide with the Art Dealers Association=
>America (ADAA) Art Show (www.artdealers.org/artshow/index.html). The=
>Night Preview Gala benefiting the Exhibition Fund of The Museum of Modern=
>will initiate the fair on Thursday, February 21, 2002, setting the stage=
>what promises to be the most exciting and important annual art weekend in=
>More than 150 galleries will present new art by living artists including=
>most important contemporary galleries from around the world: AMSTERDAM,=20
>ANTWERP, Zeno X; ATHENS, Bernier/Eliades, Rebecca Camhi; BERLIN, Arndt &=20
>EIGEN + ART, Griedervonputtkamer, Max Hetzler, Neu, Nordenhake, Springer &=
>Wohnmaschine; BOLOGNA, Marabini; BOSTON, Barbara Krakow; BROOKLYN,=20
>Pierogi; CHICAGO,
>Carl Hammer, Rhona Hoffman; COLOGNE, Michael Janssen, Christian Nagel,=
>Scheibler; COPENHAGEN, Faurschou, Nils St=E6rk, Nicolai Wallner; DUBLIN,=20
>Green On Red,
>Kerlin; FRANKFURT, L.A. Galerie-Lothar Albrecht; GENEVA, Art & Public;=20
>Modern Institute; HAMBURG, Produzentengalerie; KARLSRUHE, Meyer Riegger,=20
>The Approach, asprey jacques, Sadie Coles HQ, Entwistle, Stephen Friedman,=
>Fils, Jay Jopling/White Cube, Lisson, Victoria Miro, Modern Art, Maureen=20
>Art, Sprovieri, Anthony Wilkinson; LOS ANGELES, ACME., China Art Objects,=
>Michael Kohn;
>MADRID, Marta Cervera, Carmen de la Guerra; MARSEILLE, Roger Pailhas;=20
>Nina Menocal; MILAN, 1000 Eventi, B&D Studio, Monica De Cardenas, Massimo=
>De Carlo;
>MUNICH, Tanit; NEW YORK, 303, Alexander and Bonin, Mitchell Algus,=20
>American Fine Arts,
>Artemis Greenberg Van Doren, Ramis Barquet, Peter Blum, Marianne Boesky,=20
>Tanya Bonakdar,
>Gavin Brown's Enterprise, Spencer Brownstone, Cheim & Read, James Cohan,=20
>CRG, D'Amelio
>Terras, Deitch Projects, Thomas Erben, Feigen Contemporary, Ronald=20
>Feldman, Fredericks
>Freiser, Barbara Gladstone, Marian Goodman, Gorney Bravin + Lee, Grant=20
>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,=20
>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=20
>Protetch, Julie
>Saul, Jack Shainman, Brent Sikkema, Silverstein, Holly Solomon, Stefan=20
>Stux, Leslie
>Tonkonow, Henry Urbach Architecture, David Zwirner; OSAKA, Kodama; PARIS,=
>Eric Dupont, du Jour agn=E8s b., Yvon Lambert, Nelson, Nathalie Obadia,=20
>Emmanuel Perrotin,
>Almine Rech, Thaddaeus Ropac, Daniel Templon, Xippas; PRAGUE, Jir=ED=20
>Svestka; ROME, Gian
>Enzo Sperone; SAN FRANCISCO, Rena Bransten, Jack Hanley; SAN GIMIGNANO,=20
>Galleria Continua;
>SANTA MONICA, Angles, Mark Moore, Patrick Painter; S=C3O PAULO, Fortes=20
>Vila=E7a; SEVILLE,
>Pepe Cobo; ST. GALLEN, Susanna Kulli; SYDNEY, Roslyn Oxley9, Gitte Weise;=
>Sommer Contemporary Art; TOKYO, Taka Ishii, Tomio Koyama; TORONTO, Susan=20
>Hobbs; VERONA,
>Studio La Citt=E0; VIENNA, Georg Kargl, Krinzinger, n=E4chst St. Stephan=20
>Schwarzw=E4lder; ZURICH, ArsFutura, Hauser & Wirth, and Mai 36.
>Fourteen publishers of editions and multiples will also participate:=20
>Press; BERKELEY, Paulson Press; DURHAM, Durham Press; LONDON, Paragon=20
>Cirrus Editions; NEW YORK, Art of this Century, Brooke Alexander Editions,=
>Carolina Nitsch, Solo Impression, TRANS>editions; PARIS, Michael Woolworth=
>and ZURICH, Parkett and Scalo.
>The leading art world publications will exhibit at The Armory Show 2002=20
>including Art &
>Auction (USA), Art in America (USA), Art Nexus (Colombia), Art On Paper=20
>(USA), Art Press
>(France), art-SITES (USA), artext (USA), ArtForum (USA), Bomb (USA),=20
>Cabinet (USA), Camera
>Austria (Austria), Flash Art (Italy), Frieze (UK), Gallery Guide (USA),=20
>M/The New York Art
>World (USA), Modern Painters (UK), New American Paintings (USA), NU:=20
>(Sweden), parachute
>(Canada), Tema Celeste (Italy), The Art Newspaper (UK),=20
>TRANS>art.cultures.media (USA),
>Umelec (Czech Republic), zingmagazine (USA).
>The Armory Show 2002 is sponsored in part by The International Herald=20
>Tribune (www.iht.com),
>the world=92s daily newspaper. Appearing Saturdays, The International=
>Tribune=92s art
>pages are edited by world renowned journalist and art critic, Souren=20
>The opening night preview gala will be a benefit for Exhibition Fund of=20
>The Museum of
>Modern Art, New York. The preview gala takes place on Thursday, February=20
>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 Art=92s Department of=
>Programming and Events at 212-708-9680, or email them at=20
>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=