The Armory Show Names Nicole Berry Deputy Director

The Armory Show announced today that curator Nicole Berry has been appointed deputy director. She will be responsible for overseeing VIP and visitor relations as well as new curatorial initiatives and will take up the post in October.

“We are thrilled to welcome Nicole to our expanding team,” executive director Benjamin Genocchio said. “She brings a wealth of talent and experience that will further develop the Armory Show as a powerful platform for leading international galleries and collectors alike, further cementing our place as America’s preeminent art fair.”

Berry has served as deputy director of Expo Chicago since 2011. Previously, she founded Accessible Art, a company that provides advising and consulting services, in 2006. She is a former director of Nathan A. Bernstein Gallery and has worked at number of other galleries, including Vivian Horan Fine Art and James Goodman Gallery. Berry earned her bachelor’s degree from Colgate University and received a master’s degree in art history from the University of California, Davis.