SCOPE New York 2010

Photo by James Painter Belvin

NEW YORK- Building on Miami's overwhelming success, SCOPE launches its 2010 season with its flagship fair, SCOPE New York Art Show. SCOPE proudly returns to Manhattan's most famous cultural icon, Lincoln Center, with a glass facade pavilion situated in Lincoln Center's Damrosch Park, at the corner of 62nd Street and 10th Avenue. SCOPE New York is just blocks from the Armory Show and serviced daily by shuttles and pedicabs.

Last year's fair featured galleries from four continents and 20 countries, including China, Mexico, Japan, Korea, Brazil, Italy, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway, Switzerland, Germany, UK, Spain, and Canada. SCOPE New York's invitees will uphold its unique tradition of solo and thematic group shows presented alongside museum-quality programming, collector tours, screenings, and special events. The fair opens to Press, SCOPE and Armory VIPs on Wednesday, March 3, 3-9pm with the FirstView benefit, a $100 charitable donation for all non-VIP cardholders.

Introducing artists, curators, and cutting-edge galleries to new audiences internationally has made SCOPE the most comprehensive destination for the emerging art world available anywhere. With art fairs in Miami, Basel, New York, London, and the Hamptons, SCOPE is proud to be an influential presence in the expanding global art market.

Lincoln Center Damrosch Park
62nd Street and Amsterdam (10th Avenue)
New York, NY 10023

Opening Schedule
for all VIPs and press
or $100 donation at the door
Wednesday | March 3 | 3pm-9pm

Wednesday | March 3 | 6pm-9pm

General Admission Fair Hours
Thursday | March 4 | noon - 8pm
Friday | March 5 | noon - 8pm
Saturday | March 6 | noon - 8pm
Sunday | March 7 | noon - 7pm

Film Program | Daily | March 4 - 7
Thursday | March 4 | Martha Colburn | "Political Revolution in my Basement"
Friday | March 5 | A Shaded View on Fashion Film curated by Diane Pernet | Michael Nyman "Distractions"
Saturday | March 6 | ISSUE Project Room curated by Zach Layton | "d.i.y. sci-fi"
Sunday | March 7 | Divya Mehra and Rammy Lee Park | "The Interruption" a hyperreal installation and selection of films from the MFA Film Program at Columbia University

Markt | Curated by Diane Pernet | March 4 - 7

PDA (Personal Development Auction)
Launch | Tuesday March 2 | Cocktails 6 - 8p
Final Bid | Saturday March 6 | 6p

SCOPE NEW_YORK Exhibitor List:

ada gallery | Richmond

AGENCY | New York

Anonymous Gallery | New York

aureus contemporary | Providence

Berlin Art Projects | Berlin

Bonelli ArteContemporanea | Mantova

carol jazzar | Miami

ChinaSquare Gallery | New York

Christopher Henry Gallery | New York

Christopher Paschall Galeria (S.XXI) | Bogota

Civilian Art Projects | Washington, D.C.

David B. Smith Gallery | Denver

dpm gallery | Guayaquil

Eleanor Harwood Gallery | San Francisco

Frosch & Portmann | New York

Gagliardi Art System | Torino

Galeria Contrast | Barcelona

Galerie Andreas Binder | Munich


Galerie von Braunbehrens | Munich

gallery nine5 | New York

Gallery Yeh | Seoul

Golden Thread Gallery | Belfast

Grizzly | New York

Hardcore Art Contemporary Space | Miami

hous projects | New York

Kunsthaus Santa Fe | Santa Miguel de Allende

KWANHOON gallery | Seoul


Lincart | San Francisco

Lyle O. Reitzel Gallery | Miami

Mike Weiss Gallery | New York

Mimmo Scognamiglio Gallery | Milan

Mironova Gallery | Ukraine

New Image Art | W Hollywood

Opus Art | Newcastle Upon Tyne

Program Gallery | Warsaw

RARE | New York

Station Independent Projects | Brooklyn

Symbolic Collection | San Diego

The Pool NYC | Brooklyn

TZR Galerie Kai Bruckner | Dusseldorf

Wada Garou Co., Ltd. | Tokyo

Wilde Gallery | Berlin

Witzenhausen Gallery | Amsterdan

x-ist | Istanbul

X-Power Gallery | Taipei

PULSE New York is moving to a new location at 330 West Street, at the corner of the West Side Highway and West Houston Street. The new venue, a former New York Central Railroad freight train terminal housing five blocks of the original High Line, has 30-foot high ceilings with varying levels of lofted space to be used for special projects. The fifth edition of PULSE New York will take place March 4 through 7, 2010.

"In an effort to constantly enhance the PULSE experience, we are excited to be moving to this new warehouse complex on the Hudson River,” says Helen Allen. “The new space will allow us to continue the tradition of incorporating our physical environment into the overall presentation of thought-provoking contemporary art.”

Encompassing over 45,000 square feet of exhibition space for approximately 60 galleries, the Fair’s new venue will allow exhibitors to present works and installations that draw upon the dramatic space. The layout of the Fair will maximize the warehouse’s large, open halls, high ceilings, and project space areas, creating a unique setting for this year’s tighter roster of cutting-edge galleries and special programming. Located across the West Side Highway from PULSE’s former location at Pier 40, the new space is more conveniently situated for exhibitor and visitor access.

Acclaimed as one of the most internationally-diverse contemporary art fairs, PULSE New York will once again feature a dynamic mix of national and international exhibitors, including established and emerging galleries, as well as solo projects in the IMPULSE section of the Fair. A list of exhibitors for PULSE New York 2010 will be available in January 2010. In addition, PULSE will once again feature its signature programs of large-scale installations and sculptures; the PULSE Play> video lounge; and PULSE Performance.

PULSE New York 2010 Exhibitors

DEAN PROJECT, Long Island City
dm contemporary, Mill Neck
Habana, Ciudad Habana
Horrach Moya, Palma de Mallorca
Hosfelt Gallery, New York
Isabel Hurley, Málaga
Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles
Gallery Joe, Philadelphia
Koplin Del Rio, Culver City
Richard Levy Gallery, Albuquerque
M+B, Los Angeles
Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica
Morgan Lehman, New York
RUARTS, Moscow
Silverlens Gallery, Makati City
STUX Gallery, New York


Antena Estudio, Mexico City
Mirai Projects, Stockholm
Galerie PICI, Seoul
RJ FINE ARTS, Stamford
Michael Rosenthal, San Francisco
Galerie SAS, Montréal


Art in General, New York
EIKON, Vienna



The AIPAD Photography Show New York
March 18 - 21, 2010
March 17, 2010
Gala Preview to benefit the John Szarkowski Fund, an endowment for photography acquisitions at The Museum of Modern Art, New York.
(To purchase Gala tickets, please visit

One of the most important international photography events, The AIPAD Photography Show New York, will be presented by the Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) from March 18 through 21, 2010.

More than 70 of the world's leading fine art photography galleries will present a wide range of museum-quality work including contemporary, modern and 19th century photographs, as well as photo-based art, video and new media, at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City.

The 30th edition of The AIPAD Photography Show New York will open with a Gala Preview on March 17 to benefit the John Szarkowski Fund, an endowment for photography acquisitions at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

The AIPAD Photography Show New York is the longest running and foremost exhibition of fine art photography.

Show Hours
Thursday, March 18 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Friday, March 19 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, March 20 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, March 21 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

$40 run of show pass (includes catalogue)
$25 one day pass
$10 one day pass with valid student ID

Special Events
AIPAD special events are scheduled for Saturday, March 20 and Sunday, March 21. These programs are free to ticket holders with a run-of-show pass. Attendees with Saturday or Sunday one-day show passes receive access to education sessions that occur on the same day as their purchased ticket. Seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Download the education program.

2010 Catalogue
$10 if purchased separately during the Show
For more information, visit

The AIPAD Photography Show New York
March 18 - 21, 2010
Gallery Name SORT BY City/Province SORT BY State/Country SORT BY

A Gallery For Fine Photography New Orleans LA

Nailya Alexander Gallery New York NY

Amador Gallery New York NY

Galerie argus-fotokunst Berlin Germany

AXA Art Insurance Corporation* New York NY

Beijing Jade Jar Fine Art* Beijing China

Deborah Bell Photographs New York NY

Joseph Bellows Gallery La Jolla CA

Bonni Benrubi Gallery, Inc. New York NY

Stephen Bulger Gallery Toronto, Ontario Canada

Robert Burge/20th Century Photographs, Ltd. New York NY

Stephen L. Clark Gallery Austin TX

John Cleary Gallery Houston TX

Contemporary Works/Vintage Works Chalfont PA

Stephen Daiter Gallery Chicago IL

Danziger Projects New York NY

Keith de Lellis Gallery New York NY

Catherine Edelman Gallery Chicago IL

Gary Edwards Gallery Washington DC

Etherton Gallery Tucson AZ

Peter Fetterman Gallery Santa Monica CA

Eric Franck Fine Art London United Kingdom

Gallery 19/21 Guilford CT

Gallery 339 Philadelphia PA

Gitterman Gallery New York NY

Howard Greenberg Gallery New York NY

HackelBury Fine Art Limited London United Kingdom

The Halsted Gallery Franklin MI

Harper's Books* East Hampton NY

HEMPHILL Washington DC

Paul M. Hertzmann, Inc. San Francisco CA

Higher Pictures New York NY

Jeff Hirsch Books* Evanston IL

Edwynn Houk Gallery New York NY

Hyperion Press Limited New York NY

Charles Isaacs Photographs, Inc. New York NY

Jackson Fine Art Atlanta GA

Steven Kasher Gallery New York NY

Robert Klein Gallery Boston MA

Alan Klotz Gallery New York NY

Robert Koch Gallery San Francisco CA

Baudoin Lebon Paris France

Lee Gallery Winchester MA

M+B* Los Angeles CA

Robert Mann Gallery New York NY

Lee Marks Fine Art Shelbyville IN

Laurence Miller Gallery New York NY

Yossi Milo Gallery New York NY

Monroe Gallery of Photography Santa Fe NM

Richard Moore Photographs Oakland CA

Robert Morat Galerie Hamburg Germany

Scott Nichols Gallery San Francisco CA

PDNB Gallery Dallas TX

Photology Milan Italy

Picture Photo Space Inc. Osaka Japan

Project 5* New York NY

Yancey Richardson Gallery New York NY

Julie Saul Gallery* New York NY

William L. Schaeffer/Photographs Chester CT

Scheinbaum & Russek Ltd. Santa Fe NM

Charles Schwartz Ltd. New York NY

Lisa Sette Gallery Scottsdale AZ

Michael Shapiro Photographs San Francisco CA

Bruce Silverstein Gallery New York NY

Barry Singer Gallery Petaluma CA

Andrew Smith Gallery, Inc. Santa Fe NM

Joel Soroka Gallery Aspen CO

L. Parker Stephenson Photographs* New York NY

The Tartt Gallery Warrenton VA

Throckmorton Fine Art, Inc. New York NY

Galería Vasari Buenos Aires Argentina

Rick Wester Fine Art New York NY

The Weston Gallery, Inc. Carmel CA

Winter Works on Paper Brooklyn NY

Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery New York NY