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The 30th Anniversary Edition of The Art Show Can Change How You Look at Art

By A. E. Colas, Contributing Writer, February 21, 2018

The Art Show is one of those events that can change how you look at art. This show, now in its thirtieth year, is composed of ADAA (Art Dealers Association of America) members, all with extensive experience in their chosen artists and time periods. Seventy-two galleries and dealers will be exhibiting works from around the world, with the majority being from the 19th to 21st centuries. Some highlights include David Zwirner celebrating his gallery’s twenty-fifth anniversary, Debra Force Fine Art commemorating the 1916 exhibit The Forum Exhibition of Modern American Painters, Sean Kelly Gallery presenting contemporary Mexican artist Jose Dávila, Fergus McCaffrey showing Carol Rama, and the Locks Gallery displaying works by Thomas Chimes and Joseph Cornell (who currently has an interesting exhibit at The Metropolitan Museum of Art). All the galleries make a point of creating a space for learning more about the artists and the times they lived in, giving the public a chance to learn from experts in the subject.


Hugh Henry Breckenridge (1870-1937): The Lake (1916); oil on canvas 37 3/16 x 43 3/8 inches; courtesy of Debra Force Fine Art, New York.

The Art Show runs from Wednesday, February 28 through Sunday, March 4 at the Park Avenue Armory (643 Park Avenue, between 66th and 67th Streets). For more information information click here.


Thomas Chimes Set (Descent),1972; mixed media metal box construction; courtesy of Locks Gallery, Philadelphia.

Open Hours:

Wednesday, February 28 – Friday, March 2: noon — 8pm

Saturday, March 3: noon — 7pm

Sunday, March 4: noon — 5pm


$25 General

To purchase tickets click here.

Donald Judd: Untitled (S. #196) (1990); woodcut printed in cadmium yellow with black (lower)and red (upper) hand stencil printing; 23 1/2 x 31 1/2 inches (60 x 80 cm); Edition of 25; and Untitled (S. #198) (1990); woodcut printed in cadmium red with two lines of black hand stencil printing; 23 1/2 x 31 1/2 inches (60 x 80 cm); Edition of 25; courtesy of Brooke Alexander, New York.


Cover: Robert Rauschenberg: Untitled (Signal), 1980; acrylic and collage on wood, 32 x 32 inches (81.2 x 81.2 cm); courtesy of Barbara Mathes Gallery, New York.


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