Currently on view at the Armory Show, Robin Rhode's “A Day in May” explores the tension between domesticity and revolution. Be sure to stop by Lehmann Maupin (Booth 1000) before 7pm!
View Ashley Bickerton's ”Eyeball Painting 1,” (2013), at the Armory Show (Booth 1000). This ‘landscape’ features handmade resin ‘eyeballs’, incorporating a range of images, from postcards to artistic masterpieces.
Tracey Emin's neons, inspired by the abundance of neon signs in Margate, UK, are on view at the Lehmann Maupin (Booth 1000) at the Armory Show. Check out the glow through March 9!
Do-Ho Suh's “Specimen Series” encourages viewers to focus on objects that we see on a daily basis and reflect on their finer details. His “Berlin Apartment,” (2011) works are on view at The Armory Show (Booth 1000) through March 9!
Liu Wei is now on view at the Armory Show (Booth 1000). The artist’s work, like “Exotic Lands No. 12,” (2013), often incorporates industrial materials to offer social and political criticism.
#LiuWei’s monumental “Merely a Mistake II No. 6,” (2009-2011) is now on view @thearmoryshow lounge! Be sure to check out our booth #1000, opening to the public tomorrow. #LehmannMaupin #armory
Juergen Teller's “Woo!” photographs will be on view at the Lehmann Maupin (Booth 1000) at the Armory Show beginning March 6. These works document sections of Teller’s Woo! installation at the ICA London.
A precursor to her upcoming project at Mass MoCA, Teresita Fernandez's “Nocturnal (30 Nights),” (2013), is from her newest series that is inspired by the qualities of gold. View her works at The Armory Show (Booth 1000) starting March 6.
Klara Kristalova's “Seated Flower,” (2014), will be on view at the Armory Show (Booth 1000) starting March 6. Be sure to check out her newest series of ceramic sculptures in “Big Girl Now" at Lehmann Maupin’s 201 Chrystie Street.