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Art Fair Week

Armory Week is here! Here is a list of additional fairs in and around the city.

 

SALON ZÜRCHER, 9TH EDITION

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MARCH 2-8, 2015

33 Bleecker Street
New York NY 10012

The 9th Edition of SALON ZÜRCHER, NY seeks to represent an emerging art world inside and outside of New York City. Between our two galleries, Zurcher Paris / New York has hosted 8 mini art fairs, which have been major successes and garnered very positive media attention. Zürcher Gallery is located in the East Village, in walking distance from the lower east side art scene and the New Museum. The salon will function as an accessible yet impressive, small but representative art fair, this year showcasing 7 international galleries including 2 galleries from Beijing, China. Salon Zürcher, NY offers visitors an intimate alternative to the large-scale, superstore style fairs during Armory week in New York.

Bonnie Tchien Hwen-Yin, represented by ON/gallery, will be performing at 6 and 7 pm during the opening.

 

SPRING/BREAK ART SHOW

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MARCH 4-8, 2015

Skylight at Moynihan Station (31st Street Entrance)
NW CORNER, West 31st Street/8th Avenue

SPRING/BREAK Art Show’s 2015 theme, TRANSACTION, explores visions of and commentaries on exchange in all its forms. Bodies in their exchange of gesture. Education in its exchange of ideas. Commodity in its exchange of objects.

What are the ebbs and tides of this cultural AC/DC? When is it absent? In what conditions does it thrive? Movements, art-historical, in their exchange of improvements and critiques, are a palimpsest of the theoretical—in eternal exchange back-and-forth. What social contracts lie in the everyday, present or invisible? What technologies build hurdle or hoist? And what forms speak to these implicit and underlying transactions: monetary, emotional, military, familial, gender-specific, aesthetic?

 

THE ART SHOW (ADAA)

Photo by Timothy Lee Photography, 2014

Photo by Timothy Lee Photography, 2014

March 4–8, 2015

Park Avenue Armory
Park Avenue at 67th Street
New York City

Gallery presentations at the 27th annual Art Show, organized by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA), will feature thoughtfully curated solo, two-person, and thematic exhibitions by 72 of the nation’s leading art dealers.

All ticket proceeds from the gala and run of show benefit Henry Street Settlement, one of New York City’s most effective social services agencies. AXA Art Americas Corporation has also returned for the fourth consecutive year as Lead Partner.

 

PULSE NEW YORK

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March 5-8, 2015

Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street

Since 2005, PULSE Contemporary Art Fair has been the premiere satellite fair for the discovery and acquisition of cutting-edge contemporary art. With annual editions in Miami Beach and New York City, the fair cultivates a supportive environment for its international community of galleries and provides a platform for their growth and expansion in the contemporary art market. From its inception, PULSE has presented thoughtfully-curated exhibitions and ever-evolving programming that reflect the fair’s commitment to making the visitor experience a dynamic one.

 

NEW CITY ART FAIR

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March 5-8, 2015

hpgrp Gallery New York
529 W 20th St. 2w, New York, NY

New City Art Fair, as the art fair to deliver contemporary Asian art to the world, aims to widen its horizon to the international market with the goal of creating a business out of Asian creativity.

 

SCOPE NEW YORK 2015

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March 6-8, 2015

Fri | Mar 6 | 6PM – 10PM
Sat | Mar 7 | 11AM – 8PM
Sun | Mar 8 | 11AM – 8PM

SCOPE 
639 W 46th St
New York, NY 10036
USA

New York, NY: SCOPE’s flagship fair will commemorate its 15th anniversary in a new location: one block across from The Armory Show piers at Metropolitan Pavilion West. SCOPE New York’s convenient and well-appointed venue will host 60 international galleries and a focused schedule of special events, performances and talks to complement its new open-plan exhibition format.

 

INDEPENDENT 2015

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March 5 — 8, 2015

Friday March 6 
12 — 7pm
Saturday March 7
12 — 7pm
Sunday March 8
12 — 6pm

548 West 22nd Street
New York, NY 10011

This year’s edition of Independent New York will feature over 50 international galleries and non-profit institutions representing fourteen countries:

 

 

CLIO ART FAIR

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March 5-8, 2015

508 – 526 W 26th St.
New York, NY 10001

 By specifically targeting artists without any exclusive NYC gallery representation, CLIO ART FAIR focuses attention on the kinds of contemporary art and interventions that are being created by independent artists the world over.

Clio Art Fair seeks to foster a dialogue that transcends prescribed geographies, hierarchies, and markets; and to further opportunities for greater expression of new media and ever ground-breaking content.

MOVING IMAGE

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Opening reception: Thursday, March 5, 2015: 6-8pm
Thursday March 5 – Saturday March 7, 2015: 11am – 8pm
Sunday, March 8, 2015: 11am – 4pm

Waterfront New York Tunnel

269 11th Avenue
Between 27th and 28th Streets
New York, NY 10001

Moving Image will take place March 5-8, 2015. Located in the Waterfront Tunnel event space between 27th and 28th Streets with an entrance on 11th Avenue in Chelsea. Moving Image will be free to the public and open Thursday – Saturday, March 5-7, 11–8 PM and on Sunday, March 8, 11-4 PM. An opening reception will take place Thursday, March 5, 6–8 PM.

Moving Image was conceived to offer a viewing experience with the excitement and vitality of a fair, while allowing moving image-based artworks to be understood and appreciated on their own terms. Participation is by invitation only. The newly formed Moving Image Curatorial Advisory Committee for New York 2014 is inviting a selection of international commercial galleries and non-profit institutions to present single-channel videos, single-channel projections, video sculptures, and other larger video installations.

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