The Winter Show has announced the details of the participating exhibitors for its 69th edition, set to return to the Park Avenue Armory in New York City on January 20th and running through January 29th, 2023.
The multidisciplinary show will feature curated exhibitions by more than 66 dealers presenting a dynamic mix of fine and decorative arts from around the world, dating from ancient times through the present day. The 2023 edition welcomes new exhibitors from Europe, South America, and the United States, expanding the show’s breadth of esteemed dealers and experts.
The Winter Show is America’s leading, and longest-running, art, antiques, and design fair, established in 1954 by East Side House Settlement, a community-based organization serving the Bronx and Northern Manhattan.
New exhibitors for the 2023 edition include:
- Charles Clark (Woodbury, CT, USA), specializing in American antiques from the early 19th century;
- Dolan/Maxwell (Philadelphia, USA), presenting distinguished Modernist and contemporary works from 1930 to the present;
- Eguiguren Arte de Hispanoamérica (Buenos Aires, Argentina), brothers specializing in antique Hispanic American art and equestrian silver from the River Plate;
- French & Company (New York, USA), featuring European paintings from the Renaissance through the mid-20th century;
- Imperial Art (Paris, France), specializing in 19th-century French paintings and objets d’art;
- Jonathan Cooper (London, UK), showcasing Modern and contemporary paintings and works on paper;
- MacConnal-Mason Gallery (London, UK), specializing in paintings and sculpture from the 19th and 20th centuries;
- Michael Pashby Antiques (New York, USA), presenting English antiques and decorative arts spanning the 17th century to the late 19th century;
- Robertaebasta (Milan, Italy, and London, UK), specializing in 20th-century decorative arts and design; and
- Rountree Tryon Galleries (Petworth, UK), featuring works of maritime, wildlife, sporting, and topographical art from the 18th century to the present day.
Returning exhibitors include Geoffrey Diner Gallery (Washington, DC, USA), presenting works of Post-War art and design; Hirschl & Adler Galleries (New York, USA), which specializes in American and European paintings, works on paper, decorative arts, and prints and sculpture from the 18th through the early 20th centuries; Kelly Kinzle (New Oxford, PA, USA) presenting a limited edition 1929 Commodore Roadster, an Art Deco masterpiece by Isotta Fraschini featuring a Lalique hood ornament; Lowell Libson & Jonny Yarker Ltd (London, UK), which deals in British art with an emphasis on paintings, watercolors, drawings, and sculpture of the 17th to mid-19th centuries; and Thistlethwaite Americana (Middleburg, VA, USA), working in 18th- to 20th-century Americana paintings, prints, decorative arts, and furniture.
Each year, the Show invites leaders from the worlds of interior design and architecture to lend their voices as Design Council Co-Chairs, reinforcing its deep relationship with the design community. The Show’s 2022 Co-Chairs are Bunny Williams, Elizabeth Lawrence, Alex Papachristidis, and Stephen Sills; the Design Council Honorary Co-Chair is Wendy Goodman, Design Editor of New York Magazine. The Design Co-Chairs’ support heightens awareness of the important work done by East Side House Settlement, in addition to promoting the use of historic art and objects in contemporary architecture and design.
In addition to a schedule of programs, The Winter Show organizes a number of benefit events throughout its run, including the Opening Night Party on January 19th and Young Collectors Night on January 26th. As cornerstone events of the Show, these evenings attract collectors, philanthropists, and art and design aficionados alike, providing special opportunities to view the offerings of the exhibitors. All net proceeds from ticket sales for the Opening Night Party and Young Collectors Night support East Side House Settlement.
Hours of admission are:
Friday, January 20th: noon to 8 pm
Saturday, January 21st: noon to 7 pm
Sunday, January 22nd: noon to pm
Monday, January 23rd: noon to 8 pm
Tuesday, January 24th: noon to 8 pm
Wednesday, January 25th: noon to 8 pm
Thursday, January 26th: noon to 5 pm
Friday, January 27th: noon to 5 pm
Saturday, January 28th: noon to 7 pm
Sunday, January 29th: noon to 5 pm
Daily admission is $40 ($30 advance purchase), which includes a copy of the Show’s award-winning catalogue. To purchase tickets for the Opening Night Party on January 19th, email email@example.com, call (718) 292-7392, or visit The Winter Show website. For more information, including a full list of participating vendors, click here.
Photo: The Winter Show in 2019 by Matthew Gilbertson.
Ira Dosovitz says
Happy to be returning to the Armory!! How wonderful!