As the world's most buoyant art market, New York City provides the ideal context for a TEFAF fair outside Maastricht. The second edition of the TEFAF New York Spring Fair takes place from May 4 to May 8, 2018 with a focus on art and design from the 20th century through today.
Held at the historic Park Avenue Armory, it provides the world's leading art dealers the opportunity to meet with curators and collectors at a prime Manhattan location. Its timing in early May is also deliberate: To coincide with the other fairs, auctions and exhibitions dedicated to modern and contemporary art.
Opening Hours for TEFAF SPRING 2018:
VIP Preview (VIP Cardholders Only): Thursday, May 3: 12:00 Noon - 8:00 PM
General Admission: Friday, May 4: 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM
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Discover New York’s Upper East Side at the Gardens NYC and see why it is considered the perfect place for a tranquil retreat in the middle of it all. Located at 64th between 2nd and 3rd Ave. in the heart of Upper East side New York, the Central Park hotel offers a luxurious escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, yet a convenient Upper East Side location for guests looking to explore NYC. This vibrant New York residential neighborhood is ideal for art lovers looking to stroll down Museum Mile and visit the Metropolitan and Guggenheim Museums. If you’re looking for a hotel that offers relaxation and tranquility in addition to a convenient New York neighborhood, then you have found what you’re searching for in our Upper East Side New York hotel near Central Park.
Loews Regency New York Hotel has defined Park Avenue hospitality since the moment it opened its doors in 1963. Today—five decades and a recent $100-million dollar renovation later—Loews Regency New York Hotel is still setting standards in sophistication. With all the benefits of Midtown Manhattan at your fingertips, just steps from many of New York’s most iconic landmarks, our luxury hotel near Central Park is the choice for travelers who desire the best amenities and state-of-the-art technology, but still crave the kind of warm, personalized service that harks back to a more gracious era. Our Park Avenue Privileges program extends upgraded amenities, based on the type of room or suite you book here at Loews Regency New York Hotel.
With a nod to its illustrious past, Lotte New York Palace has taken an ambitious leap into the future by combining old world elegance with present-day luxury. The Palace turned an iconic New York City property from a historic Madison Avenue gem to Midtown’s premier modern hotel. Located steps away from Rockefeller Center and the 5th Avenue shops, this Midtown Manhattan hotel features 909 rooms and suites – including 176 spacious Towers accommodations – which provide the perfect setting for relaxation in New York City. Unique dining venues, such as our newly opened VILLARD Restaurant and Pomme Palais, offer everything from imaginative breakfast dishes to signature pastries and sandwiches. The hotel’s famed Villard Mansion built in 1882 is recognized as a New York City landmark and gracefully blends with a contemporary 55-story tower. Book a Cathedral View Guestroom and you will be guaranteed to have a direct view of St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
Originally established in 1927 as the Hotel Beverly, this 29-floor beaux-arts building is considered to be one of the most recognized works by famed architect Emery Roth. The Benjamin was fully redesigned by Lauren Rottet of the international architecture and design firm Rottet Studio. It now boasts a distinctly residential feel with up-to-the-minute artistic elements throughout, inspiring guests to consider it more personal pied-Ã -terre than hotel.
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