The Winter Show Is Rescheduled to Open April 1 at the Former Barneys Flagship Store

  • February 20, 2022 12:33

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From Joan B. Mirviss LTD., NAKANO KIMEI (1834-92) Hillside with blossoming plum trees and red maple tree by a stream, ca. 1870-80. Two-fold screen; Ink, color, gold leaf on paper.

The Winter Show has announced that the 68th edition of the fair will take place April 1–10, 2022 at 660 Madison Avenue, the former flagship location of Barneys New York, following the postponement of its previously scheduled January dates due to surges in COVID-19 cases.

The 2022 edition will feature a curated exhibition of 62 dealers that will have booths installed across four floors of the historic building. The interim location neighbors the Park Avenue Armory, offering a familiar location for the Show’s committed patrons, collector base, and exhibitors. Following this temporary move to accommodate the new dates, The Winter Show, a benefit for East Side House, will return in 2023 to its longtime home at the Park
Avenue Armory.

“We are thrilled that The Winter Show will once again take place in person in New York City. Although it will look slightly different from the fair we have become so familiar with, this is a true comeback story that can only happen in New York. The success of our exhibitors is at the forefront of our decisions, and we are excited to offer such a dynamic platform at 660 Madison to showcase their works,” said Executive Director Helen Allen.

Each year, the Fair invites leaders from the worlds of interior design and architecture to lend their voices as Design Co-Chairs, reinforcing the Show’s deep relationship with the design community. The Show’s 2022 Design Co-Chairs are Mark Ferguson, Corey Damen Jenkins, and Andrew Oyen; the Design Council Honorary Co-Chairs are Wendy Goodman, Young Huh, and Keita Turner.

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