Art in the City Presents:  A Curated View of The Armory Show 2017

PHotos and story by Colleen Blackard

Anila Quayyum Agha, Shimmering Mirage (Ed. Of 6), 2016 Laser-cut black steel and bulb, Aicon Gallery, New York, NY

Anila Quayyum Agha, Shimmering Mirage (Ed. Of 6), 2016 Laser-cut black steel and bulb, Aicon Gallery, New York, NY

Matthew Brandt, From the series Night Skies: LDN 935, 2016, Cocaine Dust on Photographer’s Velvet, Yossi Milo Gallery, New York, NY

Matthew Brandt, From the series Night Skies: LDN 935, 2016, Cocaine Dust on Photographer’s Velvet, Yossi Milo Gallery, New York, NY

 Lisa Yuskavage, Jeffrey Deitch, New York, NY

 Lisa Yuskavage, Jeffrey Deitch, New York, NY

Jeffrey Deitch in his recreation of Florine Stettheimer’s studio, Jeffrey Deitch, New York, NY

Jeffrey Deitch in his recreation of Florine Stettheimer’s studio, Jeffrey Deitch, New York, NY

Yayoi Kusama, Guidepost to the New World, 2016, Victoria Miro, London, UK

Yayoi Kusama, Guidepost to the New World, 2016, Victoria Miro, London, UK

Daniel Zeller, Detail of Integrated Input, 2017, Ink, acrylic on paper, Pierogi Gallery, New York, NY

Daniel Zeller, Detail of Integrated Input, 2017, Ink, acrylic on paper, Pierogi Gallery, New York, NY

Joe Amrhein of Pierogi Gallery in front of Sleeper, 2017, by Elliott Green, Oil on linen, Pierogi Gallery, New York, NY

Joe Amrhein of Pierogi Gallery in front of Sleeper, 2017, by Elliott Green, Oil on linen, Pierogi Gallery, New York, NY

Patrick Jacobs, Fly Agaric Cluster, 2016, Diorama viewed through 2-inch window, Styrene, acrylic, cast neoprene, paper, polyurethane foam, ash, talc, starch, acrylic, vinyl film, wood, steel, lighting, BK7 glass, Pierogi Gallery, New York, NY

Patrick Jacobs, Fly Agaric Cluster, 2016, Diorama viewed through 2-inch window, Styrene, acrylic, cast neoprene, paper, polyurethane foam, ash, talc, starch, acrylic, vinyl film, wood, steel, lighting, BK7 glass, Pierogi Gallery, New York, NY

Pamela Jordan, untitled, 2016, oil on linen, Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York, NY

Pamela Jordan, untitled, 2016, oil on linen, Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York, NY

Alexandra Noel, Bodega, New York, NY

Alexandra Noel, Bodega, New York, NY

Francisco Ugarte infront of his linear shadow installation, Arrendondo Arozarena, Mexico City

Francisco Ugarte infront of his linear shadow installation, Arrendondo Arozarena, Mexico City

Francisco Ugarte, Sin Titulo (pintura negra proyector de luz, y gis blanco), 2016, Black paint, chalk and light source, Arrendondo Arozarena, Mexico City

Francisco Ugarte, Sin Titulo (pintura negra proyector de luz, y gis blanco), 2016, Black paint, chalk and light source, Arrendondo Arozarena, Mexico City

 Roxy Paine, Ground Fault, 2016, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY

 Roxy Paine, Ground Fault, 2016, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, NY

Ragnar Kjartansson, Klang der Offenbarung Dioramas, 2016, mixed media in glass vitrine, i8 Gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland

Ragnar Kjartansson, Klang der Offenbarung Dioramas, 2016, mixed media in glass vitrine, i8 Gallery, Reykjavik, Iceland

Kim Simonsson, Mossgirl, 2017, Ceramic, feather, nylon fibers, Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki, Finland

Kim Simonsson, Mossgirl, 2017, Ceramic, feather, nylon fibers, Galerie Forsblom, Helsinki, Finland

Chiharu Shiota, Detail of State of Being (Dress), 2016, Metal frame, dress and white thread, Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris/Brussels

Chiharu Shiota, Detail of State of Being (Dress), 2016, Metal frame, dress and white thread, Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris/Brussels

 Irma Blank, Ur-schrift ovvero Avant-testo, 19-3-03, 2003, Ballpoint pen on canvas on wooden stretcher, Alison Jacques Gallery, London, UK

 Irma Blank, Ur-schrift ovvero Avant-testo, 19-3-03, 2003, Ballpoint pen on canvas on wooden stretcher, Alison Jacques Gallery, London, UK

Artsy Projects: Concrete Storm, Mixed Reality Environment by Studio Drift “Concrete Storm—synthesizing art, technology, and nature—is the first mixed reality project by Studio Drift, the Dutch collective of Ralph Nauta and Lonneke Gordjin. On first impression, visitors experience solid forms, which draw on minimalist motifs and underscore the stable properties of concrete. With Microsoft HoloLens, viewers enter a mixed reality, enlivened by responsive holograms that augment the installation’s physical environment. The artists explore the layer between the parallel worlds, where reality and virtual worlds co-exist.”

Artsy Projects: Concrete Storm, Mixed Reality Environment by Studio Drift

“Concrete Storm—synthesizing art, technology, and nature—is the first mixed reality project by Studio Drift, the Dutch collective of Ralph Nauta and Lonneke Gordjin.

On first impression, visitors experience solid forms, which draw on minimalist motifs and underscore the stable properties of concrete. With Microsoft HoloLens, viewers enter a mixed reality, enlivened by responsive holograms that augment the installation’s physical environment. The artists explore the layer between the parallel worlds, where reality and virtual worlds co-exist.”

The author in augmented reality, Artsy Projects: Concrete Storm, Mixed Reality Environment by Studio Drift

The author in augmented reality, Artsy Projects: Concrete Storm, Mixed Reality Environment by Studio Drift

Studio Drift, Drifter, 2017, Pace Gallery, New York, NY

Studio Drift, Drifter, 2017, Pace Gallery, New York, NY

 Installation by James Turrell, Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles, CA

 Installation by James Turrell, Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles, CA

Alfred Leslie, Drive-In Movie, Santa Barbara, California, 1978/81, Watercolor, Hill Gallery, Birmingham, MI

Alfred Leslie, Drive-In Movie, Santa Barbara, California, 1978/81, Watercolor, Hill Gallery, Birmingham, MI

David Hockney, 11 May 2011, Ipad drawing printed on paper, 2011, Lyndsey Ingram, London, UK

David Hockney, 11 May 2011, Ipad drawing printed on paper, 2011, Lyndsey Ingram, London, UK

  The author with artist L. Mylott Manning in front of: Gene Davis, Pinnochio, 1978, Acrylic on canvas, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, NY

  The author with artist L. Mylott Manning in front of: Gene Davis, Pinnochio, 1978, Acrylic on canvas, Hollis Taggart Galleries, New York, NY

Opening day at the Pommery Champagne Bar in The Armory Show

Opening day at the Pommery Champagne Bar in The Armory Show