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Coinciding with New York Art Week 2022, Future Fair will hold its second in-person edition from May 5—7 at Chelsea Industrial.
May 5, 2022 - May 7, 2022
Coinciding with New York Art Week 2022, Future Fair will hold its second in-person edition from May 5—7, taking place for the first time within Chelsea Industrial, at 535 S 28th St. Welcoming around 50 exhibitors, the fair focuses on a more intimate format that treats its galleries as its shareholders and offers innovative programming like inter-gallery collaborations.
The fair’s residency at Chelsea Industrial’s ground floor venue will see presentations occupying the 22,000-square-feet space. Here, fairgoers will find collaborative efforts from participating galleries, including showcases of artists like Michael Andrew Booker with Morton Fine Art, Aleiya Olu with Studio From Us To You, Anne-Laure Lemaitre showing the work of Ivana Štulić, Maude Corriveau with Galerie Nicolas Robert, Duran with work by Florent Stosskopf, and Malcolm Brown Gallery, who shared the work of Rhonda K. Brown.
VOLTA New York returns this spring with cutting-edge programming and the debut of a new location. Through May 22, 49 national and international galleries will exhibit works by an impressive cohort of world-renowned and newly celebrated artists.
The New York edition of 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair returns in-person this week, happening for the first time at Harlem Parish.
For the occasion of New York City’s 2022 Art Week, Independent Art Fair will return to Spring Studios from May 6—8.
The New Art Dealers Alliance returns to New York City for its 8th edition, which will be open at Pier 36 from May 5—8.
Returning to New York City’s Park Avenue Armory for the first time since the pandemic, TEFAF will be open to the public from May 6—10.
Salon Art + Design returns to New York’s Park Avenue Armory for its decade anniversary, open to the public from November 11—15.
The 2021 edition of The Art Show welcomes over 70 galleries, and for the first time will dedicate over half of the fair to solo artist exhibitions.