Inman Gallery is pleased to announce our participation in The Armory Show, on view September 9–11, 2022 at the Javits Center in Manhattan's Hudson Yards. Exhibiting in the fair's Galleries section, we will present a selection of works by Jamal Cyrus, Shaun O'Dell, Demetrius Oliver, Robyn O'Neil, and Alexis Pye. The fair will run concurrently with Independent 20th Century, on view at the Maritime Building in Lower Manhattan, where the gallery will present a selection of works by Texas Modernist Toni LaSelle, with a focus on her paintings and works on paper from the 1940s (read more here).
Read on to learn more about The Armory Show.
The following is an excerpt of an article by Alex Greenberger, courtesy of ARTnews. To read the article in its entirty, click here.
The Armory Show Will Expand for its 2022 fair as art world returns to in-person events
At this year’s edition, the second to take place at the Javits Center in New York’s Hudson Yards, the Armory Show will feature more than 240 exhibitors from around the world. By contrast, last year, 157 galleries participated in the physical fair, with 50 exhibitors participating online.
 Set to run from September 9 to 11, with a V.I.P. day on September 8, the Armory Show is seeking to capitalize on loosening travel restrictions and reignited desire for in-person art viewing. The fair has stated that it will take a focus on Latinx and Latin American art this year, with sections being overseen Tobias Ostrander and Carla Acevedo-Yates and Mari Carmen Ramírez organizing its curatorial gathering.
The Armory Show is still the only the fair that takes place in New York in early September, a period that has traditionally been considered the one where galleries reopen for business after a summer break.
Click here to see a full list of exhibitors.