2017 is off to a great start. There are so many fun and exciting art events in the city. Below is our top five art events you should attend this week:


January 18th

Event: New York Ceramics and Glass Fair Preview Party

Photo // Courtesy of Annie Watt

Join the party for wine and hors d’oeuvres and early access to some viewings! The ticket also includes general admission to all the fairs and shows. Located in the historical and beautiful Bohemian National Hall, the preview party will give you an illusion of being in Renaissance era.

New York Ceramics and Glass Fair Bohemian National Hall

321 East 73rd Street New York, NY 10021


January 19th

Event: Winter Antiques Show Opening Night Party

Photo // Courtesy of R. Scudder Smith and Laura Beach

Attend the party for a glamorous night of cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in Park Avenue Armory. This year, the Winter Antiques Show extends to be a ten-days long fair. They will bring the best of the best in fine and decorative arts from the world. If you can’t make it to the opening night party, make sure to attend the Young Collectors Night Party on January 27th.

Winter Antiques Show, Park Avenue Armory

643 Park Avenue, New York City


Event: Outsider Art Fair New York

Photo // Courtesy of Outsider Art Fair

The Outsider Art Fair will start from January 19th to January 22nd. From the “art brut” classics to the self-taught contemporary artists, the art fair has a wide variety of exhibitions this year.

Outsider Art Fair, 125 West 18th Street New York, NY 10011


Exhibition Opening:  “Recent Paintings” by Adrian Ghenie

Photo // Courtesy of Pace Gallery

Romanian artist, Adrian Ghenie, joined Pace Gallery in 2011. The exhibition of twelve new works and five collages is on view from January 19th through February 18th.

Pace Gallery, 510 West 25th Street New York NY 10001


January 22th

Exhibition Opening: “If you dream of your tongue, beware” by Xavier Robles de Medina

Photo // Courtesy of Xavier Robles de Medina

This is the artist’s first solo exhibition in New York City. Robles de Medina’s practice is steeped in tradition and close observation. His images flicker like celestial bodies in the night sky. And like the night sky, Robles de Medina presents impressions of recent events – visits by artist friends – as well as historic events that have been documented in the media.

Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, 250 Broome St, New York, 10002, NY, United State