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October Art Week announces 5th edition of prominent Upper East Side gallery participants
Julian Barrow, PJ. Clarke’s, New York. Oil on canvas, 9 x 12 inches (detail). Courtesy Mark Murray Fine Paintings.



NEW YORK, NY.- October Art Week announced its 5th edition that will run from October 9 - 18. This year’s programming will offer by appointment in-person visits and expanded virtual presentations that will welcome art lovers to discover the dynamic fall 2020 exhibitions from top pre-contemporary Upper East Side galleries.

“During this time of upheaval, we look forward with optimism to our 5th edition of October Art Week. We believe this is a vital time to support our Upper East Side galleries, the vibrant local community, and New York’s art scene at large under the current circumstances of the pandemic,” states directors Lydia Melamed Johnson and LeeAna Wolfman.

OAW 2020 has been moved up to an earlier date than in years past to coincide with the fall auction schedule, notably Christie's Classic Week (October 1-20), including their Old Masters masterworks live auction (October 15), and Sotheby's sale dedicated to The Collection of Ambassador and Mrs. Felix Rohatyn (October 14). In addition, OAW continues its support of TEFAF New York and their virtual platform this season (November 1-4).

PARTICIPATING GALLERIES

• Tambaran Gallery
5 East 82nd Street

• Adam Williams Fine Art
24 East 80th Street




• Christopher Bishop Fine Art
1046 Madison Avenue, Suite 2N

• Sebastian Izzard Asian Art
17 East 76th Street, 3rd Floor

• Mark Murray Fine Paintings
159 East 63rd Street

• Throckmorton Fine Art
145 East 57th Street

• Ambrose Naumann Fine Art
Online only

• Robert Simon Fine Art
Online only

Virtual Event
To launch this year’s edition, on Thursday, October 8 at 6PM, OAW directors Lydia Melamed Johnson and LeeAna Wolfman will host a zoom panel with industry professionals Jonquil O'Reilly, Specialist and Head of Sale, Old Masters at Christie’s, New York; Adam Harris Levine, Assistant Curator of European Art at the Art Gallery of Ontario; and Dr. Robert B. Simon, Robert Simon Fine Art, New York. Topics to be discussed include the current physical limitations and virtual realities of the art world, and the bridges being built between the in-person and digital viewing of art with a focus on pre-contemporary art audiences.











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