The Daily Gazette
The Locally Owned Voice Of The Capital Region
Advertisement
Promotions

Armory Show '13: Local homage reflects centennial of a legend

Kim Faler's "Liberdale," an artwork that includes a taxidermied bear, and, on right side of photo, Michael Oatman's video work "D'entre les morts (Nude Defending a Staircase)." (Gary Gold photo)
Kim Faler's "Liberdale," an artwork that includes a taxidermied bear, and, on right side of photo, Michael Oatman's video work "D'entre les morts (Nude Defending a Staircase)." (Gary Gold photo)
Text Size: A | A

This is not art!” Teddy Roosevelt bellowed. “Insanity!” the critics screeched. One hundred years ago, the Armory Show shocked America, and hundreds of thousands of people gawked at the exhibit in Manhattan, Chicago and Boston. The modern art in the international, 300-artist show was out of the box and out of our comfort zone. You know the rest of the story. The Armory Show changed American art forever. Now, at the centennial of this mythic ...

You Must or Subscribe to Continue
subscribe to the Daily Gazette
Individual stories can be found and purchased from our Archives for $2.00

Enjoy this story? Share it!

Advertisement

comments

There are currently no posts. Be the first to comment on this story.
Advertisement