March is the starting point of the Week art in New York, with the beginning of The Armory Show, a fair that every time is more important in the international scene, influencing strongly the contemporary art. Is added to it, Volta, Scope and Art On Paper that every time is positioned better in Manhattan’s streets.
Described as a leading cultural destination for the discovery and collection of contemporary art, The Armory Show presents international galleries, curatorial proposals and a dynamic program for the public.
With more than 25 years in the market, this time it presents more than 180 galleries from 32 countries.
Ubicada entre los muelles 90 y 94, entre el 5 y 8 de marzo.
Through SOLO Shows and curatorial presentations, Volta NY presents mid-career artists to focus on individual artists and their work.
This year it has 53 galleries, in its boutique fair format with a new location in the Metropolitan West.
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Thank you for joining us at VOLTA at Metropolitan West and for supporting us and our galleries on making our return to the city a fabulous one. We return Thursday through Saturday 12-8PM and Sunday 12-5PM. We look forward to seeing you!!! #voltanewyork2020 #armoryweek @metropolitanwestnyc
Entre el 4 y 8 de marzo.
In its 20th edition, Scope NY presents innovative contemporary work and welcomes 60 international exhibitors focusing on emerging artists and galleries that are in tune with the nuances of the market.
Entre el 5 y 8 de marzo, en el Metropolitan Pavilion.
With 100 galleries, this paper-based art fair presents different modern and contemporary pieces, positioning more every time in the fair world.
Between March 5 and 8, located a the quay 36, Downtown Manhattan
Cover Photograph: Teddy Wolff. Ai Weiwei at Deitch Projects.