armory week 2014

Moving Image, Eyebeam to Partner on Exhibition, AV Bar


Moving Image, the annual video art fair, will team up with Eyebeam, the Chelsea-based art and technology nonprofit, for its fourth New York edition next March. The two collaborated at the London iteration of the fair last month, where they presented “AV Bar,” a kind of by-appointment resource for folks looking to learn more about collecting and presenting moving image works. “The AV Bar was also developed to help make collecting film and video art more enjoyable,” according to the news release. Read More

Gallerist Column

Fair Game: London’s Frieze Fair Arrives in May, Challenging Armory Show’s Supremacy

Randall's Island, the future home of Frieze New York. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)

March or May or both?

That is the key question facing galleries that want to participate in art fairs in New York next year, as a breathtaking—some might say absurd—number of art fairs vie for the attention of collectors and art dealers.

Frieze New York Comes Out Swinging

After 10 years in London, the Frieze Art Fair announced earlier this year that it was planning to start a New York edition in May 2012 on Randall’s Island—the square-mile piece of land across the East River from Spanish Harlem, which was once the headquarters of Robert Moses. Read More