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From the plastic flute of sparkling wine guests are offered as soon as they enter the fair, to the bubbly energy coming from viewers and the club music pumping from some of the booths, you know you are not at Independent any longer. 

Together with ever-exciting and stimulating artworks, the “who’s who” of the art world were on view at the VIP preview of the most cherished and revered of New York art fairs, Independent.
SPRING/BREAK is the youngest, funnest, more affordable and most claustrophobic of the Armory Week fairs.

On a sunny spring-like day, amid growing concerns over the spread of COVID-19 and resulting omnipresence of hand sanitizer pump bottles, The Armory Show successfully kicked off The Armory Week, the annual cluster of New York art fairs running from March 4–9. Known to many as the “essential New York art fair,” The Armory Show returns to Manhattan’s Piers 90 and 94 on March 5, featuring 183 galleries from 32 countries as well as 33 first-time exhibitors.

Featuring 72 selected exhibitors from its 180 gallery members in 30 American cities, the annual fair is one of the most anticipated events of the new art season.
The Coors show rounds up the best Western contemporary realists, exhibiting their art in galleries in what is essentially a gigantic Quonset hut also sheltering livestock and vendors.
Unique in the art fair world, San Francisco’s FOG Design+Art January art fair offers an unprecedented opportunity to experience cutting edge modern art and design from all over the world.
Salon Art + Design fair showcases high-end collectible design items, contemporary art, and investment pieces.
This year, the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA) and its Fine Art Print Fair named Jenny Gibbs their new Executive Director. Previously, Gibbs was the Director of the MA in Art Business program at Sotheby’s Institute of Art. We spoke to Jenny Gibbs about her new role at IFPDA, the state of fine art prints, and what visitors to the upcoming Fine Art Print Fair can expect.
So few things in life are free but Volume 2 of MTL: Art and the Book, Montreal’s weeklong series of workshops and symposia culminating in a two-day bilingual book fair and boundary-pushing art experience, was one of those rarities