Galerie Nagel Draxler

THE ARMORY SHOW – NEW YORK "Presentation on the occasion of 25th anniversary of the Gramercy Park Hotel fair"

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The Armory Show and Galerie Nagel Draxler (Booth A4) present a tribute to Pat Hearn and Colin de Land’s visionary programs. This commemorative booth features Mark Dion‘s “Lemonade Stand” (1996), Andrea Fraser’s “Museum Highlights: A Gallery Talk” (1989), “May I Help You” (1991), and Renée Green’s “The Pigskin Library” (1990). The Armory Show and Galerie Nagel Draxler are proud to showcase this homage to Pat Hearn Gallery and American Fine Arts, Co. as part of the 25th Anniversary edition of the fair.

Image: Renée Green | “Pigskin Library”, 1990
Installation. Mixed media

 

DEEP COLOR PODCAST @ THE ARMORY SHOW

Christian Nagel – Episode 48

Christian Nagel is been a contemporary art dealer for over three decades. He is currently operating as Galerie Nagel Draxler, with locations in Berlin and Cologne. Christian talks about the origins of The Armory Show, an important internship he had at the Kaiser Wihelm Museum, a memorable road trip with painter Günther Förg, presenting a commemorative booth that salutes the legacies of fair co-founders Pat Hearn and Colin de Land, a café/studio visit with performance artist Andrea Fraser, and working with a generational range of artists. This episode was recorded on location at The Armory Show, as it celebrates its 25th Anniversary.

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Mark Dion – Episode 46

Mark Dion is an American artist whose work examines the ways in which dominant ideologies and public institutions shape our understanding of history, knowledge and the natural world. Mark talks about participating at the first incarnations of The Armory Show during the mid-1990’s, remembering Pat Hearn and Colin de Land, collecting objects and his curiosity cabinet installations, a forthcoming project at Storm King Art Center and working as an artist as a long, complex and ongoing endeavor. This episode was recorded on location at The Armory Show, as it celebrates its 25th Anniversary.

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