Spring/Break Art Show, New York City’s curatordriven art fair, will return for its fourth installment in the spring of 2015 during Armory Arts Week. The fair will run concurrent with The Armory Show from March 3rd through 8th, 2015.
From 2012 to 2014, Spring/Break Art Show was held within the classrooms of the old schoolhouse at 32 Prince Street. With its commitment to appropriating historic and culturally relevant non-traditional exhibition space, the initiative will inhabit a new location within the third and fourth floors of Skylight at Moynihan Station at 307 West 31st Street at 8th Avenue.
Skylight at Moynihan Station is located in the historic McKim, Mead & White designed James A. Farley Post Office Building. More than 80 curators will host unique, museum-quality projects in the former offices of the Post Office with exhibitions conceived around this year’s central curatorial theme, Transaction.
Out of the 80 curators, 22 have participated in the past and 75% is new to the art show. One of the newcomers is Kara Brooks, a young budding curator from New York City. Her project is titled "Ego-State" and features cut-and-paste collage artists from around the globe, including New York City, Sydney and Copenhagen.