SPRING/BREAK Art Show

New York City's curator-driven art fair during Armory Arts Week.

NEW LOCATION:

Skylight at Moynihan Station (31st Street Entrance)

NW CORNER, West 31st Street/8th Avenue

March 3, 2015 | VIP Preview Day

Press, Collector and VIP Preview by Invitation or VIP Card

PRESS PREVIEW: RSVP HERE

COLLECTORS PREVIEW: RSVP HERE

VIP VERNISSAGE: RSVP HERE

March 4 - 8, 2015 | Daily Hours

VIP Card or $10.00 BUY TICKETS HERE

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About

Welcome to SPRING/BREAK Art Show, the new curator-driven art fair during the Armory Arts Week.  The fourth annual fair will be held from March 3rd – March 8th, 2015.

Through its commitment to the discoveries of local to international curators, SPRING/BREAK Art Show will again offer a unique destination for collectors, artists, galleries, critics, scene junkies & art enthusiasts during the city’s art fair week. Forty curators will premiere new artworks created by over 150 artists, all selected around this year’s central art fair theme, TRANSACTION.

By offering a “break” from the typical art fair model, SPRING/BREAK Art Show aims to turn observation into interaction and reimagine the trade show platform as an opportune playground, instead, of the curator’s exhibition ideal.

 

AFTER SCHOOL SPECIAL: VIP After Hour Party

RSVP information will be announced closer to the opening of the show. VIP After Party will be Tuesday, March 3rd, 10pm - 3am. 

Our 2015 Team

 Logistics + Production: VGP - Vance Garrett + Blake Forston

VIP Relations: Glenda Cortez

Curatorial Relations: Ellie Clark

Coordinator: Linda Artola

MEET THE ORGANIZERS

Founded by Andrew Gori and Ambre Kelly in 2009, The They Co. creative supergroup has organized, curated, facilitated and produced events with Flux Factory, Collective Show, Nuit Blanche New York, Silvershed, The Metric System, The Underground Library, Gowanus Studio Space, and numerous other community-based arts organizations. In May of 2011, the group organized the SCHOOL NITE exhibition event for the New Museum's Festival of Ideas for the New City, and in September intercepted the city's San Gennaro Festival with a 90-foot sculptural interpretation of the Roman oculus, created by SOFTlab. www.thetheyco.com