Join us at the ADAA Art Show, March 3-8
Join us at the Park Avenue Armory (Park Ave. at 66th Street) for this year’s ADAA Art Show. Not to be confused with “The Armory Show” (which is over on the west side piers), the Art Show is New York’s longest-running and most esteemed art fair. Menconi + Schoelkopf has exhibited there for several years, and this year’s booth will be our most exciting yet.
The booth traces the early years of the twentieth century from the Ashcan School through the move toward abstraction at mid-century. A group of pastels by Everett Shinn, along with an important portrait by George Bellows, represent these pre-Armory Show years. The tissue that connects these years to the growth of modernism is found in two early canvases by Stuart Davis, while some of the earliest examples of full-blown abstraction in America are presented in a 1913 canvas by Konrad Cramer and a very special watercolor by John Marin. Later works by Ralston Crawford and Milton Avery delimit modernism at its apex.
We are at booth B12. The fair opens at noon every day; it is open until 8 PM during the week, until 7 PM on Saturday and until 5 PM on Sunday. We hope to see you there!