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Armory Show 2006: Exit Art and Bomb Magazine



David Weinstein invited some of our Tribeca neighbors (who also occupied booths near to the 2006 Armory Show remote radio studio) to introduce themselves. Jeanette Ingberman, founder and Director of Exit Art brought along the organization's co-founder, artist Papo Colo who was selling his blood at the Show. Director of Marketing & Special Projects Paul Morris (no relation to the one who founded the Armory Show) spoke about the 25th anniversary of BOMB magazine, where conversations between artists has become their mission.



BOMB is a partner with ARTonAIR.org and has its own page in our Archive here.
 

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The Armory Show is a selection of ARTonAIR, WPS1 and Clocktower coverage of the art fair since 2005, where we frequently operated from a cozy corner module in Manhattan's West Side piers. The show occupied a half-dozen-football-fields' worth of this riverside real estate carpeted in art, and open to the public for five frequently snowy, icy days in March. WPS1 was the official Internet radio station for The Armory Show from 2005 to 2008. AIR now covers the show and the surrounding satellite fairs using roving correspondents and remote recording devices in addition to our own Clocktower Productions and familiar menagerie of producers and experts.
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