Skip to content

The Winter Show

At the Park Avenue Armory

January 19 – 28, 2024

Leleu tapestry

Jardin à la Française, A Monumental Aubusson Tapestry. Designed by Camille Hilaire and executed by Atelier Pinton Frères for the Villa Médy Roc in Cap d’Antibes, for which Maison Leleu was chosen to provide new furniture, lighting, and carpets. France, 1957. Hand-woven wool. Height: 159" - Width: 206." Unique.

Press Release

The Winter Show is the première art, antiques, and design fair in America, featuring many of the world's top experts in the fine and decorative arts. The Fair was established in the mid-1950s as a benefit for East Side House Settlement and, by the end of that decade, had firmly established itself as the leading event of its kind in the United States. East Side House is a community-based organization serving the Bronx and Northern Manhattan; its programs focus on education and technology as gateways out of poverty and as the keys to economic opportunity. All ticket sales proceeds from the Show provide unrestricted funds for East Side House's life-changing programs.

The 70th edition of The Winter Show will be held in the historic Park Avenue Armory where a breadth of works spanning 5,000 years will be presented by over 68 internationally renowned dealers. Myriad works from paintings and works on paper, fine furniture, and design, to jewelry, and contemporary ceramics and glass will be on view. Famed for its rigorous vetting practices carried out by a committee of 120 experts, the Fair’s exhibitors offer works of the highest standards of authenticity and quality in the industry. 

Opening Night Party: 

January 18, 5PM - 9PM

Public Opening Hours:

Friday, January 19, 12pm – 8pm
Saturday, January 20,  12pm – 7pm
Sunday, January 21,  12pm – 6pm
Monday, January 22,  12pm – 8pm
Tuesday, January 23,  12pm – 5pm
Wednesday, January 24,  12pm – 8pm
Thursday, January 25,  12pm – 5pm
Friday, January 26,  12pm – 8pm
Saturday, January 27,  12pm – 7pm
Sunday, January 28,  12pm – 6pm

To buy tickets, please click anywhere on the text of this sentence.

Back To Top