Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—at the 2022 Armory Show in New York

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After the premiere of Frieze Seoul earlier this month, all eyes turned to New York, where the Armory Show staged its 28th edition. With more than 42,000 visitors flocking to see 240 exhibitors for the fair’s second-ever outing at its new Javits Center location, executive director Nicole Berry said, “I feel like this is our proper debut.”

Although there were rumblings of seven-figure sales, the majority of listed and reported prices fell far below that threshold. That didn’t stop celebrities and art-world A-listers ranging from Paul Rudd to Hank Willis Thomas and Russel Tovey from perusing the booths, and many galleries reported institutional purchases.

Here is our roundup of the prices galleries chose to share with us. As always, note that some dealers pad their prices (or even make them up) and others withhold figures altogether. All prices have been converted to USD for ease of reading, and we do not include sales unaccompanied by prices.

PAINTINGS

Installation view of Hugo McCloud paintings at Sean Kelly. Courtesy of the Armory Show.

Installation view of Hugo McCloud paintings at Sean Kelly. Courtesy of the Armory Show.

$675,000: Fred Tomaselli, Honeycreeper, (2022) at James Cohan Gallery

$600,000 each: Two new paintings by Chris Ofili at David Zwirner

$320,000: Carla Accardi, I Stella, (1964) at Galleria Massimo Minini

$240,000: Tomie Ohtake,  (2010) at Galeria Nara Roesler

$200,000 each: Three large works by Hugo McCloud at Sean Kelly Gallery

$200,000: Rameshwar Broota, Untitled at Vadehra Art Gallery

$200,000: A painting by Omar Ba at Galerie Templon

$175,000 each: Three works by Keith Haring at Archeus/Post-Modern

$150,000: Caroline Walker,  (2022) at GRIMM

$150,000: Conrad Marca-Relli, MRO9855-Untitled (1955) at Hollis Taggart

$125,000: Eamon Ore-Giron, Infinite Regress CLXXXV (2021) at James Cohan Gallery

$120,000: Michael (Corinne) West, Heat Vibrations (1982) at Hollis Taggart

$110,000: Michael Raedecker, Untitled (2021) at GRIMM

$110,000: Hundley, 22.5.22.1 (2022) at Kasmin Gallery

$100,000 to $300,000 each: Paintings by Vaughn Spann at Almine Rech

$100,000: Jenna Gribbon,  (2022) at Fredericks & Freiser

$90,000: Jenna Gribbon,  (2022) at Fredericks & Freiser

$85,000: Tomashi Jackson, Among Cousins II (Children of the Niamuck Land Trust) (2022) at Night Gallery

$85,000: Diana Al-Hadid, Night Journey (2022) at Kasmin Gallery

$80,000 to $100,000: Devan Shimoyama (2022) at Kavi Gupta

$72,500: Matthias Weischer, Vorleger (2022) at GRIMM

$71,000: Roberto Matta,  (1972) at Galleria d’Arte Maggiore

$60,000: Sam Falls,  (2022) at 303 Gallery

$60,000: Albert Kotin, Whispering Rain (1956) at Hollis Taggart

$57,400: A painting by Idris Khan at Sean Kelly Gallery

$55,000: Sam Middleton, Impression (1958) at Hollis Taggart

$55,000 to $65,000 each: Three paintings by Marc Padeu at Jack Bell Gallery

 

$50,000 & UNDER

Sara Berman, Fighting Games (2022). Courtesy of the artist and Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery.

$50,000: Tanya Merrill,  (2022) at 303 Gallery

$50,000: Cristina de Miguel, Scooter Stampede in Green (2022) at Fredericks & Freiser

$50,000: Jorge Tacla, Breaking News 2 (2022) at Cristin Tierney Gallery

$50,000: Angela Heisch, Green Pond (2022) at GRIMM

$48,000: Ana Teresa Fernández, Eco and Narciso II (performance documentation, Rodeo Room at the Headlands Center for the Arts) (2008) at Catharine Clark Gallery

$45,000: Alice Baber, Golden Center (1972) at Hollis Taggart

$45,000: Eric White, Apartment 12D, Colby East (2022) at GRIMM

$45,000: A painting by Wu Chi-Tsung at Sean Kelly Gallery

$42,000: Ana Teresa Fernández, The Space Between Us (2022) at Catharine Clark Gallery

$40,000: A painting by Sam Moyer at Sean Kelly Gallery

$30,000 to $70,000 each: Ten paintings from Sara Berman’s solo presentation at Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery

$30,000: André Griffo, Farm management instructions 6 (2022) at Galeria Nara Roesler

$37,500: A painting by John Guzman at Sean Kelly Gallery

$32,000: A painting by Kyle Staver at Half Gallery

$29,000: A painting by Landon Metz at Sean Kelly Gallery

$28,000: A painting by Dale Lewis at Edel Assanti

$25,000 & UNDER

Luke Butler, <i>A Color Picture IV</i> (2022). Courtesy of Jessica Silverman.

Luke Butler, A Color Picture IV (2022). Courtesy of Jessica Silverman.

$25,000 each: Four flower still lifes by Hugo McCloud at Sean Kelly Gallery

$25,000 each: Two canvases by Anna Freeman Bentley at Frestonian Gallery

$24,000: Luke Butler, (2022) at Jessica Silverman

$24,000: Jocelyn Hobbie, Lapis blue, Cherry red, Gold Pom-pom mums(2022) at Fredericks & Freiser

$24,000: Kate Pincus-Whitney, The Gods are in the Kitchen: Light of the Huntress (meum corpus meum) (2022) at Fredericks & Freiser

$20,000 to $25,000: Anthony Akinbola,  (2022) at Carbon12 Gallery

$20,000: Claudine Drai, Without title (2013) at Galleria d’Arte Maggiore

$20,000: Elian Almeidam, Elza Soares e Alaíde Costa (Vogue Brasil) (2022) at Galeria Nara Roesler

$13,500: Autumn Wallace,  (2020) at Gaa Gallery

$13,000: Autumn Wallace, Guerilla Guardening (2022) at Gaa Gallery

$13,000: Anna Kenneally, Addict (2022) at Fredericks & Freiser

$12,000: Autumn Wallace,  at Gaa Gallery

$10,500: Caroline Absher,  (2022) at Fredericks & Freiser

$10,000 each: A series of four paintings by Maria Klabin at Galeria Nara Roesler

$8,500: Christian Ruiz Berman,  (2022) at Calderón

$6,500 each: Souad Abdelrassoul, roses from the Heart and Souad Abdelrassoul, Roses my Friend (2022) at Circle Art Gallery

$6,500: Lizzy Lunday, Remsen(2022) at Fredericks& Freiser

$6,000 each: Six small canvases by Anna Freeman Bentley at Frestonian Gallery

SCULPTURES & INSTALLATIONS

Marco A. Castillo, <i>Wakamba 5</i> (2022). Courtesy of the artist and Galeria Nara Roesler.

Marco A. Castillo, Wakamba 5 (2022). Courtesy of the artist and Galeria Nara Roesler.

$350,000:  Huma Bhabha’s I’m A Friend (2022) at David Zwirner

$260,000: A stainless steel sculpture by George Rickey at Kasmin

$200,000: Josiah McElheny, From the Library of Doubles I (2022) at James Cohan Gallery

$162,000: Yinka Shonibare, CBE, Food Kid (Girl) II (2022) at James Cohan Galleryj

$150,000: A sculpture by Ken Price at Larkin Erdmann Gallery

$150,000: Sheila Hicks,  (2022) at Galleria Massimo Minini

$110,000: A wall-sculpture by Marco A. Castillo at Galeria Nara Roesler

$80,000: Alison Elizabeth Taylor, Try Us (2022) at James Cohan Gallery

$65,000 each: Three sculpture variations from Alicja Kwade’s (2022) at 303 Gallery

$65,000: A sculpture by Rose B. Simpson at Jessica Silverman

$60,000: Woddy De Othello,  at Jessica Silverman

$55,000: A sculpture by Rose B. Simpson at Jessica Silverman

$40,000 each: Two editions of Jeppe Hein,  (2021) at 303 Gallery

$25,000 each: Three hanging sculptures by Tuan Andrew Nguyen at James Cohan Gallery

$15,000: Erin Jane Nelson, The tree that threw herself in the ocean (2022) at Document Gallery

$10,000: Erin Jane Nelson, Xenophora (2022) at Document

 

PRINTS, PHOTOGRAPHS, & WORKS ON PAPER

Richard Prince, I’ve Got A Secret (2022). Courtesy of Two Palms.

$200,000 each: Three unique Richard Prince dissolved silkscreens at Two Palms

$200,000: A work by Chris Ofili at David Zwirner

$85,000 each: Two works on paper by Christ Ofili at David Zwirner

$70,000 each: Five works on paper by Huma Bhabha at David Zwirner

$65,000: Vik Muniz, (2021) at Galeria Nara Roesler

$60,000 each: Ten unique cast paper works by Mel Bochner at Two Palms

$60,000: Daniel Senise, Untitled (2021) at Galeria Nara Roesler

$60,000: Loie Hollowell,  at Jessica Silverman

$45,000: Mary Heilmann, (ca. 1982–84) at 303 Gallery

$28,000 each: Three works on paper by Sadie Barnette at Jessica Silverman

$20,000: A digital collage by Malala Andrialavidrazana at Afronova Gallery

$18,000: Edition of Ana Teresa Fernández, Borrando la Frontera (Erasing the Border) (2011) at Catharine Clark Gallery

$14,500: Helina Metaferia, (2022) at Addis Fine Art

$12,000: Frederico Herrero,  (2022) at James Cohan Gallery

$10,000: Joiri Minaya, Emergence I (2020) at Calderón

$9,500: Edition of Ana Teresa Fernández, Borrando la Frontera (Erasing the Border) (2011) at Catharine Clark Gallery

$6,500: Matthew Ritchie,  (2022) at James Cohan Gallery

$5,500: Ana Teresa Fernández, The Space Between Us (2022) at Catharine Clark Gallery

$4,500 to $8,500 each: Four pigment prints by Ana Teresa Fernández at Catharine Clark Gallery

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