Inaugural Spring Show NYC, Art and Antiques

April 27, 2011 Updated: October 1, 2015

STYLISH CHAIRS: Offerings at the art and antiques show in New York range from fine art to carpets and furniture. This is a pair of regency library chairs from Ireland, circa 1810 from O'Sullivan Antiques. (Courtesy of Spring Show NYC)
STYLISH CHAIRS: Offerings at the art and antiques show in New York range from fine art to carpets and furniture. This is a pair of regency library chairs from Ireland, circa 1810 from O'Sullivan Antiques. (Courtesy of Spring Show NYC)
NEW YORK—The Spring Show NYC opened its doors at the Park Avenue Armory on April 28, and they stay open until Monday, May 2. A diverse array of fine and decorative arts from 65 members of the Art and Antique Dealers League of America will suit collectors and art aficionados of many tastes.

The opening night preview and gala on April 27 offered proceeds of animal- themed pieces to the ASPCA, while Arts’ Night Out on April 29 provides an opportunity for young patrons to celebrate Art and Antiques Week in New York. Award-winning New Traditionals will be on hand to consult with young visitors armed with floor plans and fabric swatches.

“From ancient artifacts to fine furniture to modern masterworks on canvas and mid-century decorative arts, fairgoers can count on finding a stellar piece to suit their style. Budding enthusiasts are also welcomed with a selection of exceptional and accessibly-priced items. Most importantly, all works on display have been carefully vetted for authenticity in accordance with the strict standards of the AADLA,” according to the show website.