At the 30th-Anniversary ADAA Art Show, Dealers Bring the New and Artists Lampoon Trump

Works by Nairy Baghramian in the booth of Marian Goodman Gallery, at the 2018 ADAA Art Show at the Park Avenue Armory.


In a change-up from past years, the ADAA Art Show is opening a full week before the Armory Show and its satellite fairs in New York, which gave its gala vernissage tonight at the Park Avenue Armory an especially luxurious air. There was nowhere else to be—or, at least, fewer places to be. The crowd for the well-loved drinks and canapés—among its attendees were collectors Donald B. Marron and Martin Z. Margulies and Museum of Modern Art painting and sculpture curator Laura Hoptman—was perhaps a bit smaller than usual, and a solid percentage of the roughly 70 dealers have organized superb booths, so it all felt like a nice aperitif before the whirlwind of next week.

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