Known for spectacular shows of new emerging and contemporary art in Chicago, London, and Miami, Bridge Art Fair takes place for the first time in New York City this spring at the Waterfront, concurrent with the Armory Show 2008. The Waterfront building, popularly known as “The Tunnel,” is a 23,000 sq. ft. converted railway tunnel once home to Peter Gatien’s infamous Tunnel nightclub. Located smack in the middle of the Chelsea gallery district, the complex of buildings now houses some of New York’s hottest young galleries and art entrepreneurs. The Tunnel space spans an entire NYC XXX block over 700 feet in length, and its 20-ft. ceiling heights offer an open, spacious environment for art lovers to browse the best in international emerging art. Bridge will construct 10 x 20 ft. booth spaces for an estimated 70 international exhibitors. Weary visitors will find healthy dining at the on-site ‘Wichcraft sandwich shop.
Make sure to add Bridge to your art tour of New York City this spring! A short distance from the Armory Show, we expect great things from this inaugural New York installment of the Bridge Art Fair.
The Bridge Art Fair Comes to London
Known for spectacular shows of new emerging and new contemporary art in Chicago and Miami, Bridge will host its first-ever art fair in London at the luxurious Trafalgar Hotel in Trafalgar Square, concurrent with the spectacularly popular Frieze Art Fair. Bridge will take over the entire 120-room hotel, with an estimated 70-90 international exhibitors transforming the Trafalgar into a contemporary art center.
Be sure to add Bridge to your art tour of London this fall. Located at the geographic center of the city across from the National Gallery and National Portrait Galleries, it’s also only a brief walking distance to the Zoo Art Fair’s new location at the Royal porno gratis Academy, near Picadilly Circus. All of this is only a thirty-minute walk from Frieze Art Fair in Regent’s Park. Come share a cocktail with us in the Trafalgar’s two-story Rockwell bar and restaurant as we toast Bridge’s first exciting year in the UK.