The Armory Show 2023 - New-York

Javits Center - 429 11th Ave, - New York, NY 10001 - États-Unis . 7 - 10 September 2023 
Javits Center - 429 11th Ave, - New York, NY 10001 - États-Unis . Booth #346
In September 2023, the Oniris gallery will once again participate in the prestigious New York fair: The Armory Show 

A cornerstone of New York's cultural landscape since its creation in 1994, the Armory Show art fair brings together each year in New York the most important international galleries in the Jarvits Center, in the heart of Manhattan.


The 2023 edition will feature more than 225 leading international galleries representing over 35 countries and showcasing over 800 artists. Oniris is exhibiting in the main section of the art fair entitled "Galleries" where the leading international galleries will be present with exceptional works of art from the 20th and 21st centuries across all media.


For the 2023 edition, Oniris is presenting a group of representative works by three major artists from its universe of abstract geometry: 

    • Norman Dilworth
    • Vera Molnar 
    • François Morellet.


The Armory Show returns to the Javits Center for the third consecutive year.







Plan your visit

    • Thursday, September 7 / VIP Preview, Invitation Only
    • Friday, September 8 / 11am–7pm
    • Saturday, September 9 / 11am–7pm
    • Sunday, September 10 / 11am–6pm



Javits Center: Main Entrance Crystal Palace, 429 11th Avenue, New York, NY 10001







NORMAN DILWORTH (GB, 1930-2023): With a predilection for the square, Norman Dilworth composes a series of tireless variations ruled by geometry. The artist uses clearly defined systems of organization, relying on the law of numbers and experimentation. However, the artist also likes randomness and sometimes relies on chance.


VERA MOLNAR (H, 1924): A pioneer in the use of computers in artistic creation, Vera Molnar turned to geometric abstraction, working on form, transformation and displacement from the 1950s onwards. As a true visual artist, she explored line, square, white, black, gray, blue and red, bringing out the unexpected and imaginary freedom through a series of transformations of form worthy of scientific experimentation. Her work has been exhibited for many years in exhibitions focusing on the early days of digital art (Moma NY, Lacma LA, Centre Pompidou Paris...).


FRANÇOIS MORELLET (FR, 1926-2016): He is an emblematic figure of geometric abstraction and a precursor of minimalism. François Morellet quickly established himself as a geometric abstract artist, but he has always been careful not to confine his work to a narrow systematic framework. Each of François Morellet's works is both the result of a systematism [the work is the result of the application of a predefined system, stated at least in part in the title] and of chance [since the proposition is one of the possibilities of the application of this system]. Among his many international exhibitions, in New York, he was the featured artist in an exhibition at the DIA Fundation in 2017 (Chelsea + Beacon).


this exhibition is supported by the French Centre National des Arts Plastiques (CNAP)