The Armory Show is returning to New York City this March from the 2nd through the 5th and it’s bringing numerous satellite art fairs with it. Openings and VIP events revolving around one of New York City’s most influential art fairs begin from February 27th. Make sure to check out The Untitled Magazine’s 2017 guide below for the most relevant art fairs worth checking out during Armory Week!

The Armory Show (March 2-5)
The Armory Show is back with the 23rd version of New York’s premier cultural event. The 2017 edition will host over 30 galleries from 30 countries. This year, five distinct exhibitor sections help visitors navigate through almost two centuries worth of art. Joining the four exhibitor sections (“Galleries,” “Insights,” “Presents” and “Focus”) will be the introduction of “Platform.” “Platform” will stage large-scale artworks, installations and site-specific commissions. Eric Shiner will curate An Incident, the first edition of this new section.

Also new to The Armory Show this year is Armory Live, an interactive program including talks, live events and screenings. Features of the program allow listeners to tune in during the event and hear pre-recorded podcasts that will be available at the end of the show. The new addition of Armory Live is a collaboration between The Armory Show and Clocktower Radio. To catch the schedule and learn more about Armory Live click HERE.

VIP Preview: Wednesday, March 1st
Public Hours: March 2-3, 12–8pm/March 4, 12–7pm/March 5, 12–6pm
Tickets: $25.00-$80.00
Piers 92 and 94
711 12th Avenue
New York, NY 10019

For more info click HERE.

Photo Courtesy of VOLTA.

VOLTA (March 1-5)
Founded in 2005, VOLTA returns to NYC to celebrate ten years of contemporary solo artists. This boutique event features work by the next wave of cutting-edge and trendsetting international artists. VOLTA is a favorite of both younger art-lovers and seasoned collectors. For their NYC fair VOLTA welcomes 96 galleries and artist-run spaces across five continents and 46 cities to make this fair a must see. The VOLTA Public Vernissage on Wednesday, March 1st is free and open to the public from 7—10pm.

Public Hours: March 2-4, 12-8pm/March 5, 12-5pm
Tickets: $25.00
West 50th Street at 12th Avenue
New York, NY 10019

For more info click HERE.

Scope Art Fair New York, 2016

SCOPE (March 2-5)
For its 17th New York appearance, SCOPE will host 60 international galleries and includes a lineup of special events, performances and talks to complement its daily VIP program. SCOPE was the first art fair to open during The Armory Show week and paves the way for new galleries and artists. 
SCOPE New York opens for the Platinum First View on Thursday, March 2, 3-6pm followed by the VIP and Press Preview from 6-9pm.

VIP Preview: Thursday, March 2nd, 6-9pm
Public Hours: March 3-4, 11am-8pm/March 5, 11am-7pm
Tickets: $15.00-$150.00
Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street
New York, NY 10011

For more info click HERE.

NADA Art Fair (Miami art week 2016)

NADA (March 2-5)
In their 7th NYC edition, Nada continues to bring contemporary galleries from the international art scene. NADA is a non-profit art fair model that will donate half of it’s ticket sales to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) this year. Additional proceeds will benefit NADA x Exhibitionary International Gallery Prize, which is an initiative to support first-time exhibitors traveling internationally to NADA New York in next year.

VIP Preview: Thursday, March 2nd, 12-2pm
Public Hours: March 2, 4-8pm/March 3-4, 11am-7pm/March 5, 11am-5pm
Tickets: $20.00-$40.00
Skylight Clarkson North
572 Washington Street
New York, NY 10014

For more info click HERE.

Photo courtesy of Art on Paper 2016.

Art on Paper (March 2-5)
Art on Paper returns to The Armory Show art week for it’s 3rd consecutive year to expand the fair’s presence globally. With a mix of new and returning galleries, Art on Paper will present the work of 80 top international galleries. All artwork is paper-based to re-imagine what work on paper can be.

Preview: Thursday, March 2, 6-10pm
Public Hours: March 3-4, 11am-7pm/March 5, 12-6pm
Tickets: $25.00-$40.00
Pier 36
299 South St
New York, NY 10002

For more info click HERE.

Photo from Susan Sheehan Gallery (Courtesy of ADAA).

ADAA The Art Show (March 1-5)
Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) offers the opportunity for all people to engage with the highest quality of artworks in the 6th version of The Art Show. This year’s edition will present curated exhibitions from 72 of the country’s most highly rated galleries with artwork ranging  from the 19th century to contemporary works of varies genres and nations. Admissions and proceeds will benefit the Henry Street Settlement.

Gala Preview: Tuesday, February 28
Public Hours: March 1-3, 12-8pm/March 4, 12-7pm/March 5, 12-5pm
Tickets: $25.00
Park Avenue Armory
Park Avenue at 67th Street
New York City, NY

For more info click HERE.

Independent (March 2-5)

Founded in 2010, Independent returns for it’s eighth year in NYC’s art scene. Displaying over 40 international galleries and non-profit institutions from 20 cities, Independent will be focusing on creating conversation by highlighting an increased number of work from female solo booths, 1980’s generation artists and influential works from the 1970s.

Private Viewing (Invite Only): Thursday, March 2
Public Hours: March 3-4, 12-7pm/March 5, 12-6pm
Tickets: $15.00-$25.00
Spring Studios
50 Varick Street
New York, NY 10013

For more info click HERE.

Photo Courtesy of SPRING/BREAK Art Show.

SPRING/BREAK Art Show (March 1-6)
SPRING/BREAK Art Show is NYC’s internationally recognized curator-driven art fair that will be exhibiting over 800 artists through over 100 curators for it’s sixth edition during Armory Arts Week. The art show uses historic New York City spaces to challenge the status-quo of the art market. This year SPRING/BREAK will first be exhibiting at St. Patrick’s Old School, and then the former James A. Fairley Post Office with all curations focusing around the theme titled “BLACK MIRROR.”

VIP Preview: February 28, 11am-5pm 
Public Hours: March 1-6, 11am – 6pm
Tickets: $15.00-$50.00
4 Times Square
New York, NY 10036

For more info click HERE.

Photo Courtesy of Moving Image

Moving Image (February 27-March 2)

Moving Image art fair offers the public a free opportunity to connect with moving art this Armory Week. This unique art show was created to give audiences and collectors a viewing experience with the excitement and vitality of a fair during NYC’s most renowned art week. New this year to Moving Image is Moving Image Curatorial Advisory Committee for New York 2017, which is inviting a selection galleries and non-profit institutions to present different types of video art insallations.

Opening Reception: February 27, 6-8pm
Public Hours: February 27-March 1, 11am-8pm/March 2, 11am-4pm
Tickets: FREE
Waterfront New York Tunnel
269 11th Avenue Between 27th and 28th Streets
New York, NY 10001

For more info click HERE.

‘Blessed Jezebel’ by Karina Seadarovich. Seadarovich is among the artists featured at Clio Art Fair.

Clio (March 2-5)

CLIO ART FAIR is the anti-fair for independent artists and is a curated fair created with the idea of discovering independent artists and showcasing the careers and achievements of already affirmed creative minds. 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.

VIP Preview: Thursday, March 2nd, 6-9pm
Public Hours: March 3 & 4, 10am-8pm/March 5, 12-6pm
Tickets: Free admission, VIP is $90
508 W 26th St
New York, NY 10001
For more info click HERE.

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