This week, The Winter Show announced upcoming 2022 edition, including notable booth presentations and special activations at the fair. The 68th edition of the Show takes place April 1–10, 2022 at 660 Madison Avenue, the former flagship location of Barneys New York, following the postponement of the January show due to the surge in COVID-19 cases. Following this temporary move, The Winter Show, a benefit for East Side House Settlement, will return in 2023 to its longtime home at the Park Avenue Armory.
The Winter Show announced dates for its inaugural 2021 online edition, taking place January 22-31, 2021, with VIP Preview Access on January 19 – 21, 2021. The Winter Show’s new virtual platform will feature some 60 exhibitors, bringing together a dynamic group of leading international dealers that represent a diverse and global mix of fine and decorative arts from ancient times to the present day. The Show is New York’s longest-running art, antiques, and design fair, established in 1954 by East Side House Settlement to benefit the community-based organization’s critical mission serving the Bronx and Northern Manhattan. All net proceeds from The Winter Show’s VIP Preview Access, general admissions, and any additional donations directly benefit East Side House and contribute substantially to the organization’s life-changing work.
The Winter Show returns to the Park Avenue Armory from January 24 through February 2, 2020 for its 66th year, bringing together 72 of the world’s leading experts in the fine and decorative arts. The 2020 edition features a range of exhibitors, including new, returning, and longtime participants, whose offerings span 5,000 years of museum-quality art and antiques from around the globe. The Winter Show is an annual benefit for East Side House Settlement, a community-based organization serving the Bronx and northern Manhattan.
The Winter Show at Park Avenue Armory ~ a benefit for East Side House Settlement ~ will take place from January 18 to January 27, 2019, featuring 70 of the world’s top experts in the fine and decorative arts.