Report from 2022 New York Art Week, Now a Fall Spectacle

The majority of New York art shows have shifted their programming to September since the pandemic and this year is not an exception. Thousands of gallerists, artists and art connoisseurs gathered in a variety of art shows around Manhattan, namely The Armory Show at the Javits Center, Spring/Break at 625 Madison Ave, and Art on Paper at Pier 36 in Seaport.

The Armory Show

Through September 11, Javits Center

A cornerstone of New York’s cultural landscape since its founding in 1994, The Armory Show brings the world’s leading international contemporary and modern art galleries to New York each year.

The show map greeting visitors at the entrance
Work by Luba Krejci at Richard Saltoun Gallery booth
Wall art by American sculptor Louise Nevelson
“Needless needles” by Mary Bauermeister, made with glass lenses, ink, watercolor, and colored pencil
Display of latest art book releases by Taschen
Works at Walter Storms Galerie
Amazon packages made of painted bronze by artist Mungo Thomson

Art on Paper

Through September 11, Pier 36

This art show located in Manhattan’s downtown and features 100+ galleries that represent artists working exclusively on paper.

Vinyl and cardboard sculpture by artist Leah Hewson
3-dimensional wall art by Suh Jeong Min made of hanji paper
Drawings by French artist Serge Bloch
Work on cardboard by Armando Castro-Uribe
Paper art by artist Christian Albarracin
Book Lover photography series by Lynn Savarese
Back-lit art at Gallery Tableau


Through September 12, 625 Madison Ave.

Using underused and atypical New York City spaces to challenge the traditional landscape of the art market, this year’s show features works by upcoming visual artists at an office building on Madison Avenue.

Show Info

The Armory Show


Art on Paper

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