The highly-anticipated fifth edition of Art New York OPENS TODAY at Pier 94 with an invitation-only VIP Preview at 2pm before opening to the public at 5pm and running through Sunday.

Art New York provides multiple platforms for discovering high-quality works by more than 300 artists from 70 international galleries from 18 countries, including CONTEXT, a destination for new and established contemporary galleries to present emerging, mid-career and cutting-edge talent. The fair showcases robust and dynamic presentations of work from influential artists from the contemporary, modern, post-war and pop eras, reinforced by curated programs of special projects and non-profit partnerships, during one of the most significant weeks in New York's art calendar.
Art New York’s philanthropic partner, the New York Academy of Art , will present an exhibition curated by Academy President David Kratz and Academy supporter Helena Christensen , and will host a private VIP Reception today between 6pm to 8pm. The drawings, paintings and sculpture in the exhibition have all been created by alumni of the Academy’s MFA program including James Adelman, Tamalin Baumgarten, Joao Brandao, Dina Brodsky, Diana Corvelle, Shiqing Deng, Christian Fagerlund, Brett Harvey, Jacob Hicks, Alexis Hilliard, Sara Issakharian, Yun Jang, Lani Kennefick, Will Kurtz, Dan Pelonis, Laura Peturson , James Razko (above) , Nicolas V. Sanchez, Stephen Shaeen, Susan Siegel, Kathy Stecko, Zeynep Tekiner, Jiannan Wu and Zane York .
Bogena Galerie is presenting an original mixed media piece by Manolo Valdès (above) from 2006 that has never been seen in New York titled Lillie IX . The gallery asks the question, ‘Is today’s art a legacy of past works?’ and addresses how contemporary artists communicate with artists of the past including Manolo Valdès with Henri Matisse, Monique Frydman with Pierre Bonnard, or Jeff Bertoncino with Stephen De Staebler. A highlight will be Triptyque Austral , 1986 by Monique Frydman .
Art of the World Gallery will present works by Fernando Botero, Robert Indiana, Jim Dine, Mr. Brainwash, Javier Marin Gustavo Velez, Cristóbal Toral, Rafael Barrios, Julio Larraz , and Silvia Papas . Highlights include Jim Dine’s vibrant work, Random Sewing , oil on canvas, 2009, Fernando Botero’s cultural masterpiece, Arena , oil on canvas, 2004 (above) , and two stunning sculptures by the late Robert Indiana: Love , high-polished bronze, 1966/1998 and Amor , painted aluminum (red & blue). Famed Colombian sculptor Gustavo Velez will be in attendance during the VIP reception, and Javier Marin will make an appearance on May 4.
Waterhouse & Dodd have organized a solo show of the Hyperphotos of the renowned French artist Jean-François Rauzier . Hyperphotos are large-scale digitally created photos of cities, museums and libraries. Each work has up to 3,000 separate images stitched together. Rauzier has his most recent work, based on London’s National Gallery, in a major exhibition at Scotland’s National Gallery this summer. Subjects in this presentation include works based on The Museum of Modern Art, The Hamptons, Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy, and a tree made with the sculpture of Auguste Rodin (above).
Chase Contemporary will showcase rare paintings by Andy Warhol , including Knives , 1981 and two graphite drawings. The gallery’s artists, Chuck Hoberman (above) , Steve Hash, Liu Shuishi and Ole Aakjær will be present at the gallery’s booth. Aakjær, who will present new watercolor compositions, will hold a book signing at the gallery’s booth on Saturday, May 4. Hoberman, who will present never-before-seen kinetic sculptures, will take part in a meet and greet on Thursday, May 2 and Saturday, May 4. The gallery will also present Hash’s 2018 sculpture, Ghost, in the VIP Lounge.
LICHT FELD GALLERY will reveal four never-before-seen prints of David Bowie by artist and photographer Markus Klinko (above) . This will be marked by a cocktail reception on Thursday, 2 May at 3:30pm. Klinko is an award-winning, international fashion / celebrity photographer and director who has worked with many of today’s most iconic stars of film, music, and fashion.
Vallarino Fine Art will exhibit American artists from the 1940s through the 1960s including Robert Motherwell, Gene Davis (above), Edward Dugmore, Hans Hofmann, John McLaughlin, Friedel Dzubas, Mary Abbott, Anne Ryan, Norman Bluhm, Ray Parker, Paul Jenkins, Vivian Springford and Ilya Bolotowsky . These artists’ works originate from American Abstract Artists, Abstract Expressionism and Washington Color School. The juxtaposition of these movements reveals one’s effect on the other.
Rosenfeld Gallery  has dedicated its booth to the importance of black and white. They have made it a point to showcase works in a variety of artistic mediums. The booth will include works on paper by Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat (above) , and Jean Dubuffet , a large painting on black velvet by Mel Bochner , a 51 inch by 51 inch black and white infinity net canvas by artist Yayoi Kusama , and a mixed media work featuring black and white printed mulberry paper by Kwang Young Chun .
Winterowd Fine Art is making its fair debut and will feature never-before-seen works, including a large painting by Tom Kirby titled Serenity 11 from 2019 (above).
Eternity Gallery will highlight George Morton-Clark (above) , a British artist from the world of animation as well as the hyperrealist artist Michael Moebius , who will be present at the gallery’s booth.
Thursday | May 2 | 2 PM - 5 PM
Access for Art New York VIP Cardholders, Frieze VIP Cardholders, TEFAF VIP Cardholders, Sotheby’s Preferred Cardholders & Press

Thursday | May 2 | 5 PM - 8 PM
Friday | May 3 | 12 PM - 8 PM
Saturday | May 4 | 12 PM - 8 PM
Sunday | May 5 | 12 PM - 6 PM

$25 One Day Pass
$55 Multi Day Pass
$200 VIP Pass (online only until May 2nd at 2 PM)
$15 Students 12-18 & Seniors 62+
$15 Groups of 10 or more (online purchase only)
Free Children 12 & under accompanied by adult

COURTESY SHUTTLE provided from Pier 94 to the Frieze Ferry during fair hours.
Pier 94 | 55th St & Westside Hwy, NYC

Pier 94 is located in the Passenger Ship Terminal complex, conveniently located 20 blocks north of the Chelsea gallery district and just west of Columbus Circle. The pier is easily accessible by public transportation, taxi and private vehicle.