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The Winter Show announces exhibitors for 2022 fair returning in-person to Park Avenue Armory
The Winter Show 2020, Overhead View. Photo: Matthew Gilbertson.

NEW YORK, NY.- The Winter Show announced the participating exhibitors for the 68th edition of the fair, to be held in-person at the historic Park Avenue Armory in New York City from January 21–30, 2022. The Winter Show, a benefit for East Side House, will feature 68 exhibitors, including several new galleries that represent the fair’s legacy in showcasing dealers with unparalleled expertise in their fields.

“We are delighted to hold The Winter Show in January in-person again with this exceptional group of exhibitors,” said Executive Director Helen Allen. “The upcoming edition of the Show will feature many of the returning exhibitors that are integral to the fair’s long-standing commitment to presenting the highest quality in the fine and decorative arts—our focus since the Show’s inception. We’re also excited to welcome a new roster of exhibitors as we continue to engage with dealers that expand the Show’s range and depth. We look forward to our return and to welcoming connoisseurs, collectors, and new visitors alike.”

New exhibitors for the 2022 edition include:

• Adam Williams Fine Art Ltd (New York, USA)
• Ambrose Naumann Fine Art (New York, USA)
• Colnaghi (London, UK; New York, USA; and Madrid, Spain)
• Debra Force Fine Art, Inc. (New York, USA)
• Guy Regal (New York, USA)
• Lawrence Steigrad Fine Arts (New York, USA)
• MacConnal-Mason Gallery (London, UK)
• Milord Antiqués (Montreal, Quebec)
• Rolleston Ltd (London, UK)
• Simon Teakle Fine Jewelry & Objects (Greenwich, CT, USA)

Returning exhibitors for The Winter Show 2022 include Clinton Howell Antiques (New York, USA), working in fine English antique furniture and decorative objects; Richard Green (London, UK), which deals in paintings of the highest quality from the 17th to the 21st century; and Galerie Perrin (Paris, France), specialists in French 17th, 18th, and early 19th century fine art.

The Winter Show was established in 1954 by East Side House Settlement, a community-based organization serving the Bronx and Northern Manhattan. In response to the COVID-19 crisis, East Side House introduced new initiatives to meet the emerging needs of the communities that bear the brunt of public health crises, focusing on services such as education tools for students and food distribution programs. All net proceeds from The Winter Show benefit the organization’s life-changing programming.

“The Winter Show has long been a part of the East Side House tradition and it is vital in raising the funds necessary to continue to serve those New Yorkers most in need,” said Daniel Diaz, Executive Director of East Side House Settlement. “We’re thrilled to again be joined by such a reputable fleet of exhibitors and we are excited to gather again with all of our supporters at the Fair.”

Each year, the Fair invites leaders from the worlds of interior design and architecture to lend their voices as Design Co-Chairs, reinforcing the Show’s deep relationship with the design community. The Show’s 2022 Design Co-Chairs are Mark Ferguson, Corey Damen Jenkins, Charlotte Moss, and Andrew Oyen.

Nationally acclaimed designer Corey Damen Jenkins is an inducted member of Architectural Digest's AD100, and in 2020, he was named to ELLE Decor's prestigious A-List. Jenkins has also been the recipient of industry honors including the New York School of Interior Design's Larry Kravet Design Industry Leadership Award. With 35 years in the business of design, Charlotte Moss has received numerous honors, including the New York School of Interior Design’s Centennial Medal, The Royal Oak Foundation’s Timeless Design award, and is named one of Elle Décor’s Grand Master List of Top Designers. Mark Ferguson is a founding partner of Ferguson & Shamamian Architects and is the Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning at Catholic University. Since its founding, the firm’s completed projects have been regularly published in media and books and the firm has been recognized with several notable awards. Andrew Oyen joined Ferguson & Shamamian architects in 1996, and his work includes projects in some of New York’s most iconic buildings and residences in Long Island, Connecticut, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, and Malibu, among others. The Design Co-Chairs’ support heightens awareness of the important work done by East Side House Settlement, in addition to promoting the use of historic art and objects in contemporary architecture and design.

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