SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2018 | Get Passes Now

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In Pursuit of It, curated by Nicole Grammatico and Christine Papanicolaou, artworks by Hein Koh, Hiba Schahbaz, and Robin F. Williams

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If You Look Deep You'll Find You Need To Look Deeper, curated by Milo Perry + Otto Mike

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RHW Enterprises, curated by Laura Dvorkin

SPRING/BREAK Art Show will return to Times Square during Armory Arts Week with the 2018 exhibition STRANGER COMES TO TOWN.

In its seventh year, the exhibition will again occupy former publishing and law offices at 4 Times Square, converting the commercial spaces into an enclave of immersive installation, performance, and two-dimensional artworks.

Ticket and pass-holders to the exhibition are granted expedited entry to the frequently sold-out show. Tickets and Week Passes can be found here.

All ticket proceeds go to help sustain the annual initiative to allocate landmark, underused New York City space, free of charge, to independent curators, placing emerging and established artworks in a museum-style exhibition during New York's Arts Week.

Preview Day, March 6, 2018
Show Days, March 7 – 12, 2018

4 Times Square
New York, New York
Space provided by Chashama

Concept// www.springbreakartshow.com
Collections// www.springbreakartfair.com

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The Avi Whort Collection, curated by Carol Bove

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The Water Mirror, curated by Elektra KB, Nicolas Ulloa, Isaac Aden

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Personal Tesseract, curated by Anne Spalter

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NDD Immersion Room, curated by Amani Olu

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Further Explorations in Contemporary Blackness: New Work by Azikiwe Mohammed, curated by A + A

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Mirror Mirror, curated by Adam Mignanelli and Caroline Larsen


SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2017 artists Brigitte Engler and Jane Dickson have a two-person show curated by Tom Wolf at the Stevenson Library at Bard College. Hey Honey Wanna Lift? and Transferts de Manhattan is up through March 7th.


Check out artist Lauren Seiden's interview through Material Magazine for all things related to her show The New Minimalists up at Abrons Arts Center through February 25th.

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Opening tonight: Jarrett Key's Hair Paintings and Other Stories solo show will premiere at La MaMa Galeria. Jarrett will have work curated by Son Kit in SPRING/BREAK Art Show 2018.


SPRING/BREAK Art Show is an internationally recognized exhibition platform using underused, atypical and historic New York City exhibition spaces to activate and challenge the traditional cultural landscape of the art market, typically but not exclusively during Armory Arts Week.

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