The Best Booths at the Armory Show, Where Under-Recognized Giants and Rising Stars Collide
September 8, 2023 - Alex Greenberger for ARTnews
September 8, 2023 - Eileen Kinsella for Artnet News
New York gallery Berry Campbell had a standout booth, a curated presentation of 12 postwar women artists. The gallery has a distinct focus on re-examining underrepresented women artists of the 20th-century. Gallery owner Christine Berry called it “an incredible day,” noting high demand for artists including Alice Baber, Bernice Bing, and Lynne Drexler.
Works by Drexler sold for $885,000 and $200,000; the artist, who has been drawing intense interest, will likely be the subject of a traveling institutional retrospective at some point in the near future. A work by Baber went for $200,000—Berry Campbell hopes to mount a solo show of the artist next year.
Later on in the day, the gallery let Artnet News know that a painting by Ethel Schwabacher had been sold for $195,000.Read More >>
August 2, 2023 - Galerie Editors for Galerie Magazine
August 2, 2023 - Rachel Feinblatt for Hamptons Magazine
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Proving that no force is stronger than girl power, Frampton Co and Berry Campbell present Women Choose Women at Exhibition The Barn.