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What Not To Miss at SCOPE Art Show New York 2019

  • SCOPE New York 2018
  • SCOPE New York 2018
  • SCOPE New York 2018
  • SCOPE New York 2018
  • SCOPE New York 2018
February 25, 2019
A philosophy graduate interested in critical theory, politics and art. Alias of Jelena Martinović.

With over 75 art fairs spanning more than 15 years and taking place in Miami, New York and Basel, SCOPE Art Show is celebrated as the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art and multi-disciplinary creative programming. Each year, the fair continues to amaze us with its uncanny ability to forecast new visual trends that are embraced globally.

SCOPE New York now returns for its 19th edition at the Metropolitan Pavilion, welcoming renowned international exhibitors who will bring the finest selection of the New Contemporary. In addition to a rich program of shows, it will present its critically-acclaimed VIP Programming with strategic partnerships, a focused schedule of events, and talks. Attuned to nuances in the market and itself an influential force in the cultural sphere, the fair continues to forge the way for emerging artists and galleries.

Jan Vytiska - Hare O´Death, 2010
Jan Vytiska – Hare O´Death, 2010. Painting. The Chemistry Gallery

SCOPE New York 2019 Exhibitors

This year, the fair will bring together 60 galleries from countries like the United States, the UK, Switzerland, Russia, Turkey, Argentina, Czech Republic, Canada, France, Japan, Germany, Lithuania, and Hungary.

Be sure to check out booths by Corey Helford Gallery from Los Angeles, featuring Kazuki TakamatsuRoman Fine Art from New York, featuring Tim ConlonRichard Beavers Gallery from New York, featuring Izwelethu Machepha; Chic Evolution In Art from Milton, featuring Lucio Carvalho; Samuel Owen Gallery from Greenwich, featuring Lyle Owerko; Thinkspace from Los Angeles, featuring Leon Keer; Galerie C.O.A from Montreal, featuring MissMe; Neumann Wolfson Art in New York, featuring Benjamin Edwards; Paradigm Gallery + Studio from Philadelphia, featuring Seth Clark; and Haven Gallery from Northport, featuring Kukula.

SCOPE New York 2019 Exhibitors

027 AH Contemporary | New York 
109 a-space gallery | Luzern | Basel 
113AICAN | New York 
051 ARTE GLOBALE | London 
110Artemiro Gallery | New York 
047 Askeri Gallery | Moscow 
117 The Bishop Gallery | Brooklyn 
063 bG Gallery | Santa Monica 
091 Galeri Binyil | Istanbul 
019 Galeria C-Arte | Buenos Aires 
011 The Chemistry Gallery | Prague 
003 Chic Evolution In Art | Atlanta 
075 Christopher Martin Gallery | Aspen | Dallas | New York 
017 Contemporary Art Projects | North Miami Beach 
021 Galerie C.O.A | Montreal 
009 Corey Helford Gallery | Los Angeles 
053 Curators Voice Art Project | Miami 
093 Doyenne Gallery | Paris 
041 Fort Works Art | Fort Worth 
029 Fremin Gallery | New York 
057 Gallery G-77 | Kyoto 
025 Gallery Glenn Allen | New York 
069 Haven Gallery | Northport 
103 Imitate Modern | London 
123 galerie juliane hundertmark | Berlin 
049 Kahn Gallery | London 
095 Galerie Makowski | Berlin 
001 Mirus Gallery | San Francisco | Denver 
121MORDEKAI | Hollywood 
007 Neumann Wolfson Art | New York 
043 NG Art Gallery | Panama City 
085 Nová Galerie | Prague 
065 Paradigm Gallery + Studio | Philadelphia 
055 Perseus Gallery | New York 
013 Richard Beavers Gallery | Brooklyn 
039 Roman Fine Art | Hamptons 
033 Samuel Owen Gallery | Greenwich | Nantucket 
077 Superchief Gallery | Los Angeles | Miami | New York 
119Gallery SZ | Charlotte 
61Thinkspace | Los Angeles 
059 Trident Gallery | Gloucester 
105 TSEKH Gallery | Kyiv | Vilnius 
083 Ural Vision Gallery | Yekaterinburg | Budapest 
097 VON EWEGEN | Miami Beach | Hamburg 
067 Winter Works on Paper | Brooklyn 
023 X-Pinky | Berlin 
071 XOL Gallery | Baltimore 


In an effort to cultivate a diverse range of special projects, SCOPE will be awarding Travel Grants and Program Awards to exhibitors featuring focused statements through solo or thematic shows.

Galleries featured in the Program Awards are Superchief Gallery from New York, featuring Sarah Sitkin; Nová Galerie from Vinohrady, featuring Adam Kaspar; Fort Works Art from Fort Worth, featuring Kate SimonThe Bishop Gallery from New York, featuring Charlie Doves; a-space gallery from Toronto, featuring Trevor Guthrie; and AH Contemporary from New York, featuring Judith Seligson.

Travel Grants includes The Chemistry Gallery from Prague, featuring Jan Vytiska; XOL Gallery from Baltimore, which is also included in the Program Award, featuring Ammar Khammash and staging a solo show of Serwan Baran who was selected to be the sole representative of his country at the upcoming Venice Biennale, 2019Ural Vision Gallery from Yekaterinburg, featuring Crocodile Power; Gallery G-77 from Kyoto, featuring Arimo Kenji; TSEKH Gallery from Vilnius, featuring Mykola Bilous; and Askeri Gallery from Moscow, featuring Peter Opheim.

The Floor Map

The Programming

Partnering with Masterworks, SCOPE will curate a VIP panel which will focus on the effects of technology on the art market and the future of collecting hosted at the exclusive members-only Norwood Club. Panelists include Marisa Kayyem, PhD (Art Advisor & Christie’s Education), Jessica Davidson (AICAN & Davidson Art Advisory), and more.

During the week of the fair, SCOPE Platinum VIPs and exhibitors will be welcome to Norwood, a unique and vibrant private members Club which draws its membership through New York’s creative arts community. The visitors will have an opportunity to enjoy all this unique, stylish and comfortable environment has to offer.

SCOPE will also support the charitable efforts of Primrose Hill School to elevate independent schooling from the “fee for services” model. The fair will donate a percentage of the proceeds from the Platinum First View tickets to aid their Community Supported Education program to offer children in their community access to the creative education Primrose so expertly provides.

The artist Thomas Canto, represented by Mirus Gallery, will create a site-specific installation at the front of the fair. His art is characterized by organic structures inspired by urban architectural environments which interplay humanity and functionality. Each of his works is imbued with depth, geometry and illusion, drawing into questioning how humanity and created material respond to one another.

SCOPE New York 2019 Location
SCOPE New York 2019 Location

Practical Information

SCOPE New York will take place at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea from March 7th until March 10th, 2019. The Platinum First View will take place on March 7th, from 3 to 6 p.m. while the VIP + Press Preview will take place from 6 to 9 p.m.

The doors of the fair will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday. The price of the Day Pass will be $25.

For more information, visit the official website of the fair.

Trevor Guthrie - Wald Taxi at VIP + Press Preview
Trevor Guthrie – Wald Taxi. Drawing, 95 x 65 cm. a-space gallery
Tim Conlon - CN 32
Tim Conlon – CN 32. Sculpture, 61 x 18 cm. Roman Fine Art
Mykola Bilous - Suitcase, Peter Opheim - Owl
Left: Mykola Bilous – Suitcase. Painting, 60 x 84.5. cm. TSEKH Gallery / Right: Peter Opheim – Owl. Painting, 140 x 166 cm. Askeri Gallery
Benjamin Edwards - Joy, Seth Clark - Fragments V, 2018
Left: Benjamin Edwards – Joy. Painting, 122 x 92 cm. Neumann Wolfson Art / Right: Seth Clark – Fragments V, 2018. Paper, charcoal, pastel, graphite, acrylic on wood, 40 x 30 in. Paradigm Gallery
Adam Kaspar - Rock Hutisk,, Sarah Sitkin
Left: Adam Kaspar – Rock Hutisk. Painting, 160 x 120 cm. Nová Galerie / Right: Sarah Sitkin. Superchief Gallery

Featured images: SCOPE New York 2018. Courtesy of SCOPE New York.