The Winter Show Online 2021

January 15, 2021

The Winter Show Online 2021

We are excited to be taking part in this year's virtual New York Antiques Winter Show! This is the 67th edition of The Winter Show. This year's fair features a dynamic mix of 60 of the world’s foremost international art, antiques, and design dealers, along with exclusive tours, panel discussions, programs, and other special events. 

Online VIP Preview: Jan. 19–21
Open to the Public: Jan. 22–31

The Winter Show is a benefit for @eastsidehouseinc, a community-based organization serving the Bronx and Northern Manhattan. All contributions, including the net proceeds from the Private Preview benefit East Side House and contribute substantially to its critical educational and COVID relief programs. 

“While the format of The Winter Show may look different this year, the quality of our exhibitors, programming, and partners remain as engaging as ever,” said Executive Director Helen Allen. “We have worked to create a virtual format that is interactive, visually stimulating, and showcases the quality and depth of the objects presented. We are excited to bring The Winter Show and the transformative work of East Side House to an even greater international audience through our new online platform.” The Winter Show 2021 will take place on an immersive online platform that allows exhibitors to present a gallery exhibition in a three-dimensional virtual space. Visitors will be able to take in the digital presentations as a whole and view close-up, detailed views of each work. Exhibitors will curate their selections, featuring up to twenty artworks and objects at a time in the virtual space. The Winter Show will also provide a space for discussion and engagement, offering virtual “office hours” for visitors to connect with dealers directly.

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