11 Surprises at the ADAA Art Show

The ADAA Art Show was first out of the New York art fair gate last night, opening at the Park Avenue Armory to VIPs and press. Many dealers featured carefully organized one- and two-person displays—a full Picabia show at Michael Werner, early Cindy Sherman works at Metro Pictures and 1970s Baldessaris at L&M. Among those tony displays, though, there were quite a few nice surprises. In the slide show at left, 11 favorites.

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