Check out these art fairs this weekend in NYC.
While it’s back to school for students, it’s back to booths for art enthusiasts—with a host of dealers and artists exhibiting in a range of art shows set up around the city. For the next few days, there is browsing and buying— paintings, sculptures, crafts, collages, photos.
Devoted to drawings, Art On Paper is exhibiting at Pier 36, just up the road from the Javits Center which is the site for two shows—cutting edge works at The Armory Show and classic to glittery pictures at Photofairs.
Independent 20th Century is set up in the monumental Battery Maritime Building at Cipriani South Street. From nearby the ferry crosses to the NADA show set up on Governors Island.
With Sunday the closing date, art lovers are in for a busy weekend. Here’s a sampling of what can be seen around town.
Photofairs, Basquiat portrait shown at Howard Greenberg Gallery
Photofairs, Harry Benson photo shown at Atlas
Photofairs, shown at Chela Mitchell Gallery
Photofairs, shown at Les Filles Du Calvaire
Photofairs, shown at Rick Wester Fine Art
Photofairs, shown at Robert Mann Gallery
Photofairs, shown at Staley Wise Gallery
Photofairs, shown at Troconi Letayf Campbell
Photofairs, Frieda Kahlo portrait shown at Throckmorton Fine Art
Photofairs, shown at Hackelbury Fube Art
Independent 20th Century, Louisa Keyser Native American Basket at Donald Ellis Gallery
Independent 20th Century, photos shown at Hauser and Wirth
Independent 20th Century, portrait by Andy Warhol at Vito Schnabel Gallery
Independent 20th Century, shown at Nahmad Contemporary
Independent 20th Century, shown at Venus Over Manhattan
Independent 20th Century, shown at Zurcher
Independent 20th Century, views from the building rival the art
Independent 20th Century, a Picasso shown at Perrotin
Independent 20th Century, Norman Zammitt band painting shown at Karma
Independent 20th Century, Shown at Garth Greenan
The Armory Show, shown at Galerie Ron Mandos
The Armory Show, shown at Green on Red
The Armory Show, shown at Marc Straus
The Armory Show, shown at Nicodim Gallery
The Armory Show, shown at STEMS Gallery
The Armory Show, shown at Tang Contemporary Art
The Armory Show, shown at This Is No Fantasy
The Armory Show, weaving shown at Loock Galerie
The Armory Show, shown at Galerie Eigen + Art
The Armory Show, shown at James Cohan
Snapshots by Sharon King Hoge