Last night, I had the pleasure of being one of the first to check out the SPRING/BREAK art show, a curator-driven art fair.
The exhibition is located at Skylight at Moynihan Station, which is this insanely cool space that’s converted from a post office. Attendees have the chance to wander through two floors of rooms filled with artwork created by more than 150 artists.
The exhibition is a progressive and unique approach to art fairs — as opposed to being curated by a select few, the show is curated by 40 people. The result is pretty incredible, and SPRING/BREAK really seems to showcase the future of the art world.
There’s a wide range of artists, all selected around the central art fair theme, TRANSACTION. Many of my personal favorites are included (see above photo of a piece by Swoon) as well as many I’ve never heard of.
Check out my video of some of my favorite multimedia projects from the show:
SPRING/BREAK is open to the public from now until March 8, and I highly recommend checking it out. Get ticket info here.