METRO SHOW ANNOUNCES TOP-TIER ROSTER OF NEW GALLERIES

  • Paul Keene, "Studio Window" 1968

    Paul Keene, "Studio Window" 1968

    Dolan Maxwell Gallery

  • Tramp Art Swan Box, Chester P c.1880s-1890s

    Tramp Art Swan Box, Chester P c.1880s-1890s

    Clifford A. Wallach

The METRO Show has announced that a dozen new prominent galleries have joined the four-day fair, which opens to the public on January 23 at the Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W. 18th Street, in Chelsea.  The show runs throug January 26.

The distinguished specialists include Alden Projects (New York), Allan Stone Gallery (New York), Ames Gallery (Berkeley, California), C&J Goodfriend, Drawings and Prints (New York), David Findlay Jr. Gallery (New York), Douglas Dawson (Chicago), Jerald Melberg Gallery (Charlotte North Carolina), Kathryn Markel Fine Arts (New York), Michael Klein Arts/The Little Gallery (New York), Morgan Lehman (New York), Perimeter Gallery (Chicago), NY Culture Arts Media (Bejing/New York)), and Zucker Art Books (New York).

Says Caroline Kerrigan Lerch, METRO Show director, “With the addition of these new galleries, the diversity of subject matter covers a wide swath of fine and decorative arts – from historic to contemporary. This factor, coupled with our new format of curated exhibitions and single-artist presentations, will stimulate fairgoers both visually and intellectually.”

Returning to the METRO Show arena are: American Primitive Gallery (New York), Armstrong Fine Art (Chicago), Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts (New York), Carl Hammer Gallery (Chicago), Cavin Morris Gallery (New York), Clifford A. Wallach (Manalapan New Jersey), David Cook Gallery (Denver), David Richard Gallery (Sante Fe), Dolan/Maxwell (Philadelphia), Gemini Antiques (New York), H. Malcolm Grimmer (Santa Fe), Hill Gallery (Birmingham MI), Il Segno del Tempo (Milan) Jeff R. Bridgman (York County, Pennsylvania), Just Folk (Los Angeles), M. Finkel & Daughter (Philadelphia), Mindy Solomon Gallery (Miami), Ricco/Maresca Gallery (New York), Samuel Herrup Antiques (Sheffield, Massachusetts), Stephen Romano (New York), Stephen Score (Boston), and William Siegal Gallery (Santa Fe).                                                                              

OPENING NIGHT PREVIEW

The Opening Night is Wednesday, January 22 and begins with a by-invitation-only Preview from 6 to 7 PM. The Public Preview begins at 7 PM. Tickets for the Public Preview are $75 dollars and are available online or at the door. Both previews continue until 9 PM. Designer Committee co-chairs include Mario Buatta, Ellie Cullman, John Derian, Maureen Footer, Mariette Hines Gomez, Miles Redd, Bunny Williams and Katie Ridder.

GENERAL ADMISSION

The show opens to the public on Thursday, January 23. Hours are Thursday, January 23: 11 AM to 7PM; Friday, January 24: 11 AM to 7 PM; Saturday, January 25: 11 AM to 7 PM; Sunday, January 26: 12 noon to 5:30 PM. General admission is $15 per person; a four-day METROpass is $30 per person.

For additional information phone: 800.563.7632 or visit metroshownyc.com

 

 

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