WHEN
Mar-07-2019 to Mar-10-2019
1 month 20 days away
WHERE
New York City
Spring Studios
50 Varick Street
New York City, NY, 10013

Independent is an invitational art fair devised by and for gallerists, which reexamines traditional methods of presenting, viewing, and experiencing contemporary art. The selected participants represent the art world’s most creative and inspired curatorial visions from a cross section of emerging, mid-career and established programs from around the world. Now in its ninth year, Independent has a rotating participant network of over 240 galleries from 50 cities worldwide.

 

Arlo is the essential homebase for urban explorers—a launchpad for local experiences; a place to rest up and recharge between adventures. Refined but approachable design elevates everyday occasions.Thoughtful spaces invite visitors to express their creativity. For work, play, or any purpose, Arlo provides guests the foundation and inspiration to reach their goals, their way. With hotels throughout New York City and expanding to other cities across the country, plan your next city stay at Arlo SoHo!

 

Global culture, American character, and utmost style lie at the heart of New York City. Our modern hotel in ever-chic SoHo embodies all this and more. Hilton Garden Inn New York / Tribeca features 151 well-adorned, spacious rooms and suites, all with complimentary Wi-Fi, many with street-side views. Local favorite AOA Bar & Grill is our on-site restaurant, while our full fitness center, 24-hour business center, and immediate subway access offer guests the perfect urban getaway.

 

The James New York is a newly built hotel located in SoHo on the corner of Grand and Thompson Streets with 114 rooms guest rooms. The James New York is committed to liberating luxury from tradition, sophisticated, intelligent design and guest-centric service.

 

The Roxy Hotel lives in a triangular, red brick building that favors clean classic lines with bold punctuations of color. Its signature cast-iron detailing was inspired by the industrial materials that appear throughout Tribeca, and the glowing, Art Deco-style marquee evokes the city’s love affair with entertainment. Out front, the iconic, cast-iron clock is a nod to the towering, turn-of-the-century timepieces sprinkled throughout New York.