The Armory Show was the anchor commercial event, set at the piers at West 55th Street
Iñigo Manglano-Ovalle’s “Cloud Prototypes,” above, in fiberglass and titanium, are based on data from actual thunderclouds and were on view in the Armory Show’s contemporary section.
Jennifer Landes Photos
In the Armory’s modern section, Dan Flavin’s fluorescent sculptures, such as “Untitled (to Lucie Rie, Master Potter),” from 1990, still looked fresh despite their age and ubiquity at art fairs.
Lee Krasner’s collages at the Robert Miller Gallery booth at the Art Show of the Art Dealers Association of America included “Imperfect Indicative.”
Two of Ross Bleckner’s floral works from 2013 were on view at the Crane Kalman booth on the modern pier. Mr. Bleckner also opened a show of new work at the Mary Boone Gallery on Saturday night.