Seven Noteworthy Booths at SPRING/BREAK in NYC

March 10, 2019 / New year, new location. The New York SPRING / BREAK Art Show 2019 touches down on the east side in Manhattan, on the second floor of 866 UN Plaza, in the former offices of a United Nations building at 48th Street and 1st Avenue from March 5–11, 2019. The alternative artist-run art fair hosts the vision of over 100 curators showing the work of over 400 artists responding to the theme FACT/FICTION. The fair is celebrating its 10th year of programming under the leadership of Andrew Gori and Ambre Kelly, who grant space to curatorial risk-takers and promote the perspective of emerging artists. We took a look at this year’s roster and selected out top seven picks from this year’s fair.


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CAVE DWELLERS
Work by David B. Smith
Curated by Jac Lahav


Installation: HOME BODY, work by Jon Key, photo by Samuel Morgan Photography

Installation: HOME BODY, work by Jon Key, photo by Samuel Morgan Photography

Installation: HOME BODY, work by Bianca Nemelc, photo by Samual Morgan Photography

Installation: HOME BODY, work by Bianca Nemelc, photo by Samual Morgan Photography

HOME BODY
Curated by Ché Morales
Presented by ross + kramer gallery
Artists: Jon Key and Bianca Nemelc


Spiritual Art Advisory, Photo by Samuel Morgan Photography

Spiritual Art Advisory, Photo by Samuel Morgan Photography

SPIRITUAL ART ADVISORY
Curated by Sarah Potter and Caroline Larsen
Including work by Melissa Brown, Brian Willmont, Nicasio Fernandez, Trudy Benson, Nickola Pottinger, Caris Reid, Caroline Larsen, Roxanne Jackson, Lala Abaddon, Anka Lavriv, Langdon Graves, Emilia Olsen, Emma Kohlmann, Matthew Craven, Alison Blickle, Hiba Schahbaz, Jen Dwyer, Margot Bird, Evie Falci, Kate Klingbeil, Caroline Wayne, and Royal Jarmon.


A World All Her Own , Photo by Samuel Morgan photography

A World All Her Own, Photo by Samuel Morgan photography

A World All Her Own
Work by Anna Cone, Jen Dwyer, Gracelee Lawrence, and Lina Puerta


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You’re in Good Hands (Featuring E.N.D. O. The Eternal Navigators of Doom Organization)
Curated by Betsey Johnson
Work by Phaan Howng


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GREY MATTER
Curated by
Valery Jung Estabrook
Work by Rose Nestler and Corey Escoto


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SEE SOMETHING SAY SOMETHING
Presented by Ki Smith Gallery
Work by Ryan Bock