Armory Arts Week Recap: Fountain Art Fair

by Genevive ZacconiPosted on

Artwork by Stikki Peaches

One of the busiest times for art exhibitors in New York, Armory Arts Week just passed, with Fountain Art Fair kicking off on Friday night. Held in the location of the original 1913 Armory Show, the festivities marked the centennial anniversary of the historic exhibit. From its origins within the Brooklyn art scene, Fountain now hosts over 60 geographically diverse galleries and collectives, bringing together an array of edgy and underground contemporary work. Packed with art and featuring live music and performances, the bustling event opened to a full house of eager patrons. View some of some of Hi-Fructose’s exclusive photos below

Art by Seth Goodman

Performer/ director Willard Morgan

Dan Sabau with his work

Dan Sabau

Performance artist Mideo Cruz at his booth

“Stealth Reflection” by Miguel Ovalle

Converge Gallery curator Casey Gleghorn with sculpture by Howard Tran

A patron views paintings by Ann Piper

Work by Jeremiah Johnson

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