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Frieze Week always brings with it a flurry of art events, but few are as highly anticipated as the inaugural Art Miami New York (AMNY) fair. Produced by the esteemed ownership team of Art Miami, AMNY will bring the brand’s distinct style and ambiance to New York City. According to Nick Korniloff, the Founder/Partner of AMNY, “It only...

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Wednesday, 26 November 2014 10:34

The CONTEXT Art Fair will Expand to New York

The spring season of New York art fairs just got busier. Nick Korniloff and the ownership team behind Art Miami and other major fairs, announced a new fair for New York. The inaugural CONTEXT NY contemporary art fair will take place next spring (March 5–8). The fair's presenting sponsor and venue is Pier 36, located on the East River at 299 South Street.

Julian Navarro, director of CONTEXT Art Miami, will direct and lead the fair. According to a statement, CONTEXT NY will provide collectors with "a leading alternative fair to acquire important works of contemporary art concurrent with the traditonal ADAA's The Art Show and The Armory Show.

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Thursday, 23 January 2014 12:58

Owners of Art Miami Acquire Downtown Fair

The owners of Art Miami, a leading contemporary and modern art fair, have acquired New York’s Downtown Fair for an undisclosed price. The inaugural Downtown Fair will be held from May 8 through May 11 at the 69th Regiment Armory in New York City at the same time as Frieze New York. So far, around 50 contemporary art dealers have signed on to participate in the show.

Art Miami Partner and Director, Nick Korniloff, will direct the first edition of the Downtown Fair along with a management staff comprised of experienced marketing and exhibitor services professionals. Korniloff released a statement saying, “"We will deliver a well-vetted show that features a quality roster of artists that are represented by important international galleries. The advisory committee of dealers will insure that galleries are making every effort to show quality works that are fresh to the market."

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