Wow, it seems like eons ago, but it was only last week when I wondered from art fair to art fair, furiously focused, miraculously ubiquitous, my toes bloody murder.
With the Armory week’s circus completed, one can’t help but feeling kind of like an art orphan wondering, now what (oh wait a minute, Asia Art week is here!)
After the buzz triggered by daily bombardments of shapes, colors, moving images and 3D objects of multiplicitous natures subsided, I gathered all the gems that the 2018 edition of The Armory Art Week showered on art lovers, collectors, art professionals and plain curios folks.
Sales were made, people schmoozed and notable attendees strutted their stuff (mostly in black), among them:
Peter Schjeldahl and MoMA director, Glenn Lowry, actor Paul Rudd, Studio Museum in Harlem director, Thelma Golden, curator couple Massimiliano Gioni and Cecilia Alemani, Serpentine Galleries artistic director, Hans Ulrich, Maurizio Cattelan, collector Glenn Fuhrman, and the usual suspect artist and filmmaker extraordinaire, John Waters.
Quiet Lunch’s own Eva Zanardi scoured Volta, Independent and Scope for the very best art, and this is what she found: