SPRING/BREAK Art Show

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

Skylight at Moynihan Station

(Main Post Office Entrance)

421 Eighth Avenue, NYC

 

March 1, 2016 | VIP Preview Day

PRESS PREVIEW: RSVP HERE

COLLECTORS PREVIEW: RSVP HERE

VIP VERNISSAGE: Click Here For Tickets

 

March 2 - 7, 2016 | Daily Hours

VIP Card or $10.00 Advance Tickets/ $15.00 at Door

Tickets are now available through Artful.ly.

Proceeds from tickets help support our initiative to offer free exhibition space to independent curators. We appreciate your continued support of our program!

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About

Welcome to SPRING/BREAK Art Show, the new curator-driven art fair during the Armory Arts Week.  The fifth annual fair will be held from March 1st – March 7th, 2016.

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. Over One Hundred curators will premiere new artworks created by over 800 artists, all selected around this year’s central art fair theme, ⌘COPY⌘PASTE.

2016 CURATORS

Participating curators include: A. Moret, Aaron Levi Garvey, Adam G. Mignanelli, Adam Parker Smith, AJ Hughes, Alejandro Jassan, Alex Sewell, Alex McQuilkin + Andy Mister, Alva Calymayor, Ambre Kelly + Andrew Gori, Andrea McGinty, Arielle de Saint Phalle + Taylor Roy, Cade Tompkins (Cade Tompkins Projects), Caroline Tilleard + Anna Maria Cuevas, Catherine Mahoney, Catinca Tabacaru, Cecelia Stucker, Ché Morales + Amanda Uribe, Chris Bors, Christopher Stout + Will Hutnick, Claire Mirocha + Vanessa Thill, Corey Oberlander + Lindsey Stapleton, David Packer, Dennis Dawson, Elisabeth Smolarz + Jamie Diamond + Lauren Silberman, Elizabeth Denny, Elizabeth Keithline, Emily Davidson + Stuart Lorimer, Emily Kiacz, Eve Sussman + Simon Lee, Fanny Allié + Ketta Ioannidou, Jac Lahav + Adam Thompson + Susannah Palmer, Jacob Rhodes, Jennifer Sullivan, Jennifer McCoy + Jennifer Dalton, Jessica Hodin, Jo Shane + Maripol, Jon Lutz, Jonah Freeman, Juliette Premmereur + Nicole Grammatico, Kara Brooks, Kari Adelaide + Max Razdow, Karin Bravin, Katherine Aungier + Alta Buden + Steven Mykietyn, Katya Valevich + Julie Solovyeva, Kelly Schroer, Kevin Van Gorp + Shen-Shen Wu (101/EXHIBIT), Kirk Stoller, Krista Saunders Scenna, Kristin Sancken, Lalita Salander + Patrick Jaojoco, Magdalena Sawon, Magdalyn Asimakis, Marc Azoulay, Margaret Lanzetta + Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow, Marie Salomé Peyronnel, Marly Hammer, Maureen Sullivan, Mebrak Tareke, Melinda Wang, Michael Gaughran, Michael Valinsky + Gabrielle Jensen, Katharine Mulherin (Mulherin Toronto New York), Myla Dalbesio, Nati Hyojin Kim + Kat JK Lee, Nick Doyle, Patrick Mohundro, Rachel Phillips, Rémy Bennett + Kelsey Bennett + 1985, Renée Fox (Shulamit Nazarian), Vanessa Albury + Rachel Rampleman + Lynn Maliszewski, Rachel G Barnard, Robert Dimin, Sara Nightingale, Sarah G Sharp + Parsley Steinweiss, Teriha Yaegashi + Juliette Premmereur + Ella Marder + Lara Pan, Vince Contarino + Brian Balderston + Chad Stayrook + José Ruiz, and Yulia Topchiy

 

 

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 1st. Details to be announced.

 

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