New York City’s historic Park Avenue Armory has been gearing up to host The Winter Show’s 70th Anniversary Platinum Jubilee Edition in January 2024. More than seventy leading dealers from around the globe are pairing museum-quality works with a dedication to sharing the finest in visual and material culture with an international audience.

Kicking off with the Opening Night Party on January 18, this mainstay of the New York social calendar is open to the public from January 19-28.

From Executive Director Helen Allen:

“Collectors, connoisseurs, and the curious alike will find displays ranging time, material, geography, cultures, and makers, but what unifies these diverse highlights is the unique standard of quality we maintain through our partnership with exhibitors.


“Alongside what will be presented on the Show floor, this year also promises to offer enlightening programming that will complement the educational goals of The Winter Show, culminating with our special exhibition Focus: Americana.”

Established in the 1950s, The Winter Show is an annual benefit for East Side House Settlement, a community-based organization providing critical services and resources to over 14,000 residents of the Bronx and northern Manhattan.

The Show has established itself as the leading art, antiques, and design fair in America.

Exhibition space at The Winter Show in New York City's Armory


A wide variety of works will be on view, from the ancient to the contemporary: paintings, works on paper, fine furniture and design, jewelry, ceramics and glass.

The Winter Show is famed for its connoisseurship: every object that is presented is vetted for authenticity, date, and condition by a committee of more than 120 experts from the United States and Europe.

A variety of exceptional objects spanning 5,000 years of global cultures in the categories of fine art, decorative art, and jewelry will be explored through Expert Eye, a program providing viewers unique access to some of the most prestigious art and antiques dealers in the world.

A list of exhibitors can be found at

Art and antiques featured in exhibitions at The Winter Show

Connection and Engagement

The Winter Show provides many opportunities for visitors to deepen their knowledge and engage with current trends and topics in the field. Programming is complimentary with a ticket.

In addition to the Opening Night party on January 18, events include the Winter Show VIP Luncheon on January 23, Young Collectors Night on January 25, and Connoisseurs Night on January 26. The 2024 Young Collectors Night Honorees are Paul Arnhold, visionary artist and founder of Paul Arnhold Glass, and Wes Gordon, celebrated Creative Director of Carolina Herrera. Integral contributors to the cultural fiber of New York, both are well-known for their philanthropic work and support of the arts.

Panel-led discussions provide opportunities for dynamic conversations on art, antiques, and collecting with leading curators, scholars, collectors, designers, and institutions on a number of topics including:

    • “Americana is Now: Four Perspectives on Collecting” (January 19, 4PM)
    • “A Collecting Dynasty: The Rockefeller Family” (January 20, 3PM)
    • “The New Antiquarians and the Future of Antiques” (January 20, 5PM)
    • “Murano Glass, America and the History of the World” (January 21, 2PM)
    • “The Wallace Collection: Past, Present and Future” (January 21, 4PM)
    • “All the Beauty in the World,” Patrick Bringley’s memoir about his decade working as a guard in the galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art (January 23, 2:30PM)
    • “Contemporary Art and Cold War Embassies” (January 24, 5PM)
    • “Singular Sensations: How Designers Work with Artisans to Create One-of-a-Kind Homes” (January 24, 3PM)
    • “Craft & Craftsmanship Through the Ages” (January 26, 4PM)
    • “The Market for Drawings: How to Collect” (January 27, 12:30PM)
    • “Weaving Luxury into Modern Living: Dorothy Liebes’ Collaborations with Architects and Designers at Mid-Century” (January 27, 3PM)
    • “Decorating History: Preserving American Interior Design” (January 27, 5PM)
    • “Catching the Bug: Enriching Your Life Through Collecting,” (January 28, 2PM)


The Winter Show also presents several ticketed events to benefit East Side House. Highlights include the annual Design Luncheon panel discussion featuring the 2024 Design Council Co-Chairs Billy Cotton, Corey Damen Jenkins, Ellen Hamilton, Alexa Hampton, and Peter Pennoyer, moderated by Honorary Chair Wendy Goodman, Design Editor of New York Magazine.


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For information on additional shows in the USA and abroad, download Ronati’s free guide Trade Fairs and Shows for Sellers of Art, Vintage and Antiques.



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