Fabulous art was on display in New York City at The Armory Show in March. Held at Piers 92 and 94, the show features works by well-known masters as well leading contemporary artists and up-and-coming talent.
Founded in 1994 by four New York gallerists, it is intended to promote new voices in the visual arts. Over the past 23 years, The Armory Show has become a top art event and this year hosted 210 exhibitors from 30 countries. The 2017 show had more than 65,000 visitors over the five days. Homedit checked out the fair and found lots to love. Here are some of our favourites:
We have a thing for lots of texture as well as three-dimensional works, which is probably why we found this piece from the 10 Chancery Lane Gallery in Hong Kong appealing. Created by Tuan Andrew Nguyen, The Irony of Worship is made of wood, metal, neon, LED lights, plastic.