Armory Arts Week 2014: Fountain Art Fair

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Nola Romano for Arcilesi & Homberg Fine Art

Entering its 8th year, Fountain has sometimes been considered the more punk rock of
the art fairs. Initially because of the raucous parties and later hours, the fair has has
embraced this aesthetic by showing a collection of riskier work and new faces from
across the globe. In their words, Fountain is “the foundation upon which a whole
generation of working artists and galleries are able to engage the global art market on
their own terms.” There was strong sculptural work and a focus on Asian artists
throughout. Going along with the unique work displayed, the fair took place during
Armory Week in a beautiful armory of its own at Lexington and 26th st. Check out
some highlights below.

Hyun Su Park’s work for CK Artspace brought to mind hieroglyphs among an organic,
almost cellular background.

Dalek and R Nicholas Kuszyk for McCaig and Welles

Boy Kong for Gitler &

Maria Teicher for Arch Enemy Arts

Caitlin Hackett for Arch Enemy Arts

Nosego for Arch Enemy Arts

JoKa for Arch Enemy Arts

M Sieben for Seven Arts

Gentleman’s Game had their own booth featuring their collaborative works.

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