New York, July 27, 2021—Members of The Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA), the nation’s foremost nonprofit organization of leading art dealers, return together this fall for The Art Show to showcase their dynamic programs—featuring more than 40 solo presentations, as well as an array of dual, thematic, and group exhibitions. Inaugurating a new moment on the international fair calendar and enlivening the fall arts season in New York, the 2021 edition takes place at the Park Avenue Armory with new fall dates, November 4 through November 7, with the annual Benefit Preview on Wednesday, November 3. In addition, this year’s fair sees the launch of an accompanying online hub,, for collectors and the public to engage with The Art Show from anywhere in the world. Beginning this fall, the site will offer virtual access to works from the fair, experts from ADAA member galleries, and the fair’s on-site programming.


All proceeds from fair admissions to the Benefit Preview and the run of show support Henry Street Settlement, one of New York’s leading social service, arts, and health care organizations. The Art Show represents Henry Street Settlement’s greatest source of unrestricted funding, having raised over $33 million through its three-decade partnership with the ADAA. For the 10th consecutive year in 13 years of partnership, AXA XL, a division of AXA, a pioneering specialist in the fine art and collectibles insurance space, is the Lead Partner of The Art Show.


It is recognized for its unhurried atmosphere that enables one-on-one conversations with gallerists; The Art Show comprises 72 thoughtfully curated exhibitions proposed by ADAA members. In addition, the Art Show Committee selects, also constituted by members, to ensure the standard of connoisseurship that is synonymous with the fair.


The Art Show Benefit Preview takes place Wednesday, November 3, from 4:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. to benefit Henry Street Settlement.


To purchase tickets to The Art Show and for more information about the fair, visit Tickets are $30, $20 in advance.

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