Armory show



an international art show held in a New York City armory in 1913: considered a landmark in the public and critical acceptance of modern art.
Contemporary Examples

The Armory Show is back, with exhibitions and events planned across the city.
10 Works to See at the Armory Show in New York City Justin Jones March 5, 2014

Like the Armory Show, not everything in it was to our liking.
New Year’s Rockin’ Eve 1913: How We Celebrated 100 Years Ago Charles Emmerson December 30, 2013

Get ready for some art, because the Armory Show is back in New York City starting on Thursday.
10 Works to See at the Armory Show in New York City Justin Jones March 5, 2014

The Armory Show, located at Twelfth Avenue and 55th Street, will be on display until March 9th and is open from 12pm—7pm daily.
10 Works to See at the Armory Show in New York City Justin Jones March 5, 2014

At the heart of this art activity is the Armory Show, which holds down two massive Midtown piers on the Hudson River.
Best of the Armory Show Paul Laster March 3, 2010

There are several standout solo shows on the Armory Show side.
Best of the Armory Show Paul Laster March 3, 2010

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