New Dates, New Venue Announced For The New York Winter Show 2022
Inspired, Innovative, Exciting!
America’s venerable, long established Art and Antiques Show, postponed by the consequences of Covid, from its historic January showing in the Park Avenue Armoury, will now be running from 1st - 10th April, with the Opening Night Preview on Thursday 31st.
The Organisers have creatively identified and maximised a one-off opportunity to host the show in the Landmark Barneys building on Madison Avenue, on the Upper East Side. A brilliant and inspired initiative.
The show will occupy the building exclusively and will incorporate showcase window displays on Madison Avenue and East 61st Street. We are really excited to be showing for the 21st consecutive year and this will also be our first in-person event for over two years.
Our consignment of selected exhibits has already been sent to NYC and the installation planned. As usual, we will be publishing a Catalogue to accompany the Exhibition, which will be distributed sometime towards the end of March.
We will also have a number of Complimentary Tickets, available for clients, to the show in NYC so please let us know if you would like to visit and we can make arrangements for you. We plan to publish more news as the Show approaches.
Also in Journal
A BADA Week Exhibition
"Most of the world is covered by water. A fisherman's job is simple: Pick out the best parts." Charles W Waterman
Artist's Preview at Robert Young Antiques Tue 11th October 6-8pm
Luke Burton presents 'Bow', the latest exhibition in the Contemporary Collaborations series, which sees artists respond to works from the Robert Young Antiques collection. In a display curated by Jessica Shiel, Burton will be creating new vitreous enamel works, exploring the symbolism found within embroidered ship portraits, created by sailors during their time away from sea.