ADAA’s The Art Show Is Back This February

2 min readFeb 13, 2020
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It is only the outset of 2020, but the world of art is not waiting and feverishly thriving in all directions. This February, ADAA’s The Art Show, one of the most anticipated NYC art fairs, is back. A presentation will take place at the Park Avenue Armory from February 27 through March 1. Here, every art lover will have a unique opportunity to enjoy a monstrous variety of fabulous and dazzling artworks, not to mention a bunch of thrilling activities for the visitors. Don’t miss it!

ADAA’s The Art Show

The Art Show is a brainchild of the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA), which concentrates the multifarious array of exhibitors. Artists of different sorts and styles are proud to feature their neatly selected pieces of art, brought to the show by the leading galleries. The event provides a broad spectrum of experiences and face-to-face interactions, which makes the entire showcase a place of unforgettable impressions.

This year, the list of exhibitors is full of miraculously talented artists and galleries. For the sake of an example, we cannot fail to mention Marianne Boesky Gallery that will display a group of socially valuable paintings from Donald Moffet’s ‘Fleisch.’ Another example would be the prestigious Pace Gallery with the selected works by Adam Pendleton. Other highlights include David Zwirner, Marian Goodman Gallery, Sperone Westwater, Luhring Augustine, and Anthony Meier Fine Arts, to name but a few.

It also must be said that the organizers of the show donate all admissions to the Henry Street Settlement, which is a social service agency. By visiting the show, you not only motivate exhibitors to carry on but also facilitate benevolent organizations. The great exhibition is coming, so prepare yourself for the magnificent February journey.

Location: Park Avenue Armory, Park Avenue at 67th Street, NYC

Originally published at on February 13, 2020.




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