Known as the curator driven art fair, Spring/Break always switches it up. This year their theme is ⌘COPY⌘PASTE and it will be very interesting to see exactly how the 100+ curators will interpret this. Over 800 artists will be premiering new work, which makes this fair a definite must-visit.
Spring/Break Art Show:
Preview March 1, 2016
VIP Vernissage: 5pm-9pm
March 2-7, 2016
12pm- 8pm Tuesday through Sunday
12 pm-6pm Monday the 7th
Skylight at Moynihan Station (Main Post Office Entrance)
421 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY
Last year, the theme ‘Transaction’ brought some truly brilliant art such as Taezoo Park’s Form + Formlessness: Objects and the Body (2015), curated by Peter Gynd, and of course, the much hyped Bazaar Teens who shredded $10,000 (wow 2015 was a weird year, amiright?).
So far, no word on if more money will be destroyed, but some things you must see this year include: Caroline Tilleard & Anna Maria Cuevas with some ah-maz-ing work by Anne Vieux, the crocheted work of Caroline Wells Chandler brought to you by Jacob Rhodes, and Kari Adelaide & Max Razdow’s dreamy collab with work by Max Razdow and Jesse Bransford.
Spring Break has a tradition of hosting their fair in some pretty cool, historic government buildings. The show used to be held at an old elementary school in NoHo and now it is taking place at Moynihan Station. Be sure to check out the building itself while you’re there! It’s definitely not your average white cube fair space!