The 27th edition of The Art Show, America’s foremost and longest running fine art fair, will present specially curated booths by 72 of the nation’s leading art dealers at New York’s historic Park Avenue Armory. Organized by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) to benefit Henry Street Settlement, The Art Show will feature a keynote speech by New York City Cultural Affairs Commissioner, Tom Finkelpearl, and a unique benefit print produced by Pace Prints with artist Ella Kruglyanskaya. The Art Show takes place March 4 through March 8, 2015, with a Gala Preview on March 3. AXA Art Americas Corporation has returned for the fourth consecutive year as Lead Partner.

The Art Show’s acclaimed booth presentations feature both modern masters and cutting-edge contemporary works in all media. Elaborately themed group exhibitions are presented alongside groundbreaking solo booths, many of which are dedicated to women artists this year. Salon 94 will present several never-before-seen photographs from Lorna Simpson’s landmark series, “Walking and Lying Objects.” David Nolan Gallery will exhibit Christina Ramberg’s depictions of corseted female bodies. Lehmann Maupin Gallery debuts Tracey Emin’s bronze sculpture, “The Heart Has Its Reasons.” The 2015 fair also highlights artists from around the globe. Adler & Conkright Fine Art looks at Latin American artists who went abroad in the ‘60s, including Jesús Soto, Carlos Cruz-Diez and Lygia Clark. Other significant international figures on view will be Michelangelo Pistoletto at Luhring Augustine, Marcel Odenbach at Anton Kern Gallery, and Claudio Parmiggiani at Bortolami.

Gala Benefit Preview

To inaugurate The Art Show 2015, a Gala Benefit Preview will be held on Tuesday, March 3 from 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. and will benefit Henry Street Settlement’s vital programs across 17 sites and in 25 New York City public schools.

List of Exhibiting Galleries

303 Gallery; ACA Galleries; Acquavella Galleries, Inc.; George Adams Gallery; Adler & Conkright Fine Art; Alexander and Bonin; Brooke Alexander, Inc.; John Berggruen Gallery; Marianne Boesky Gallery; Tanya Bonakdar Gallery; Janet Borden, Inc.; Bortolami; Valerie Carberry Gallery; Cheim & Read; James Cohan Gallery; Thomas Colville Fine Art; Conner-Rosenkranz LLC; CRG Gallery; Maxwell Davidson Gallery; Tibor de Nagy Gallery; Richard L. Feigen & Co.; Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc.; Forum Gallery; Fraenkel Gallery; Peter Freeman, Inc.; Galerie St. Etienne; James Goodman Gallery; Marian Goodman Gallery; Howard Greenberg Gallery; Hirschl & Adler Galleries; Rhona Hoffman Gallery; Paul Kasmin Gallery; Sean Kelly Gallery; Anton Kern Gallery; Kohn Gallery; Barbara Krakow Gallery; Greg Kucera Gallery; Lehmann Maupin; Galerie Lelong; Dominique Lévy Gallery; Jeffrey H. Loria & Co., Inc.; Luhring Augustine; Matthew Marks Gallery; Mary-Anne Martin | Fine Art; Barbara Mathes Gallery; McKee Gallery; Anthony Meier Fine Arts; Menconi + Schoelkopf Fine Art LLC; Mnuchin Gallery; David Nolan Gallery; P-P-O-W; Pace Gallery; Pace/MacGill Gallery; Pace Prints & Pace Primitive; Petzel Salon 94; Marc Selwyn Fine Art; Susan Sheehan Gallery; Manny Silverman Gallery; Fredric Snitzer Gallery; Carl Solway Gallery; Sperone Westwater; Allan Stone Projects; Van de Weghe Fine Art; Van Doren Waxter/Eleven Rivington; Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects; Meredith Ward Fine Art; Washburn Gallery; Michael Werner; Yares Art Projects; Pavel Zoubok Gallery; David Zwirner