This Week's New York Art Fairs in a Nutshell

  • March 01, 2016 15:30

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At Art on Paper, Nancy Hoffman Gallery, Booth 213, shows Sarah Bridgland, The Pier, 2012, Paper, card, balsa wood, household paint, string, pencil, 5 1/2 x 3 x 3 3/4 inches.
Pi Artworks Istanbul/London will present for The Armory Show 2016 a solo booth of never previously exhibited work by Susan Hefuna.

The New York Times delivers a succinct guide to this week's several art fairs --- featuring modern masters to emerging artists --  in New York. Art critic Ken Johnson notes these fairs "provide the chance to take the temperature of global culture."

Visit the show's websites to chart your course, but allow plenty of time to just "scan" the floor, suggest fair-goers.

Here are links to show information with details on programming and exhibitor lists:

The Armory Show, March 3-6, Piers 92 and 94

VOLTA NY, March 3-5, Pier 90

From Sara Nightingale at SPRING/BREAK Art Show, Monica Banks, Celebration, Porcelain, 8 × 7 3/4 × 7 3/4 in.

The Art Show, presented by the ADAA, March 2-6, Park Avenue Armory

Pulse New York, March 3-6, Metropolitan Pavilion

Independent New York, March 4-6, Spring Studios, 50 Varick St.

Art on Paper, March 4-6, Pier 36

Spring/Break Art Show, March 2-7, Skylight at Moynihan Station. Emerging artists, curatorial theme is ⌘COPY⌘PASTE.

Read more at New York Times


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