NYAB at Bridge NY and Armory Week 2009

From Chelsea to Lincoln Center, art fairs take over the West Side from March 5-8, 2009.

poster for

"Bridge New York '09" Art Fair

at The Tunnel
in the Chelsea 28th - 33rd area
This event has ended - (2009-03-05 - 2009-03-08)

poster for

"VOLTA 2009: Age of Anxiety" Art Fair

at 7 W 34th Street
in the Midtown area
This event has ended - (2009-03-05 - 2009-03-08)

poster for

"SCOPE New York 09" Art Fair

at Lincoln Center Damrosch Park
in the Midtown area
This event has ended - (2009-03-04 - 2009-03-08)

In In the News Spotlight NYAB by Aneta Glinkowska 2009-02-23 print

After its inaugural appearance in 2008, Bridge Art Fair New York is happening for the second time, alongside the Armory Show and a number of other art fairs, March 5-8, 2009.

Bridge New York 09 returns to “the historic Waterfront Building,” or the Tunnel, conveniently located near the other fairs on the Hudson and just west of the Chelsea gallery district. Bridge has announced over 50 international exhibitors, with 60% from outside the United States.

If you’re planning to visit the Armory show, don’t forget to use the free shuttle.

In addition to our booth-tending duties at media partner Bridge Art Fair, NYAB has also partnered with a couple of other art fairs happening at the same time: VOLTA NY and SCOPE NY.

NYAB bookmark

We’ll try to have some presence at each of them, so look out for NYAB bookmarks to mark your books and Artforum in style. After cruising around the dozen or so Armory week events with deep pockets, you’ll need something to separate all the contents. Live dealer games are extremely common now, live roulette especially. They can be played in almost every online casino. Experts at https://exycasinos.co.nz/live-casino/ have made an article about live online casinos and discussed vital atributes of the games.

Aneta Glinkowska

Aneta Glinkowska. A co-founder of NYArtBeat.com, Aneta manages the NY Art Beat listings and occasionally blog from her yellow armchair. TW: @perke and @NYArtBeat IG: @perke and @NYArtBeat » See other writings


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