longest-running art fair in the United States, The Art Show is organized
annually by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA). This March it
returns for its 26th edition, featuring 72 top American art dealers in curated
solo, duo, and thematic presentations.
When? Where? How?
The fair takes place
Thursday, March 5th through Sunday, March 9th, at the Park Avenue Armory (643
Park Avenue, at 67th Street, New York, NY 10065). Buy tickets in advance online
The Art Show?
presentations from some of the nation’s top galleries, The Art Show promises a
vast array of emerging and established talent within the Park Avenue Armory’s
intimate setting. With a variety of carefully curated booth formats, the fair
offers a dynamic experience, and limiting its scope to the United States. gives
visitors a slice of the American art market at present.
1962, the ADAA is a non-profit organization whose members figure among the
leading fine art galleries in the U.S. ADAA dealers support and promote the
national arts community, upholding rigorous standards of ethics, scholarship,
and connoisseurship. Members include 180 galleries from over 25 cities.
proceeds from the fair?
proceeds from the opening night gala on March 4th and the entire run of the
fair go to Henry Street Settlement, a Lower East Side organization that offers
social services and arts and health programs to New Yorkers, reaching 50,000
people annually. Purchase tickets to the opening night gala here
What can I
expect from the solo artist presentations?
the thematic exhibitions?
Show offers 38 thematic exhibitions, curated presentations featuring surprising
duos, art historical movements, and intriguing artist groupings. Highlights
of the Unknown: works by Artschwager, Barry, Chamberlain and others” at Barbara Krakow Gallery
Sloan, William Glackens, Alfred Maurer, John Marin, Joseph Stella, Maurice
Prendergast and others” at Kraushaar Galleries
Who is the
Contributing writer for The
New Yorker, Adam Gopnik is this year’s keynote speaker. Gopnik will deliver
his lecture, “What Makes The Humanities Human: Why Art Is More Than An
Investment” on Mar. 7th, at 6PM.