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The New York Times
By Zachary Small
Feb. 4, 2022


The Winter Show’s 68th edition will run from April 1 through April 10 inside the former flagship location of Barneys New York at 660 Madison Avenue, the art fair’s organizers announced Friday.

The fair, which benefits the East Side House Settlement, a nonprofit organization serving the Bronx and Northern Manhattan, had been postponed in December because of the surge of the coronavirus pandemic. (It had been slated to be held in January at the Park Avenue Armory.) The fair went virtual for its 2021 edition, and this year, it will be in person and include some online viewing rooms.

“It was disappointing to postpone, but we knew it was the right decision,” Helen Allen, the executive director of the Winter Show, said in an interview.

“But there is nothing as good as seeing artworks in person, and we are thrilled to have found a new venue,” she added.

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