Upper East Side's Premier Fine and Decorative Arts Galleries Celebrate October Art Week

Thanks to last year’s enthusiastic response from both dealers and the public alike, the second edition of October Art Week will once again take place alongside TEFAF New York and Christie’s Classic Art Week of auctions and selling exhibitions. Nineteen of the world’s preeminent fine and decorative art dealers will open their doors to the public on October 26 through November 2 for this celebratory occasion.
The gallery receptions—open to the public and within walking distance from each other—add to the excitement generated by TEFAF New York. Holding forth at the Park Avenue Armory, this premier art fair (occurring every March in Maastricht, Netherlands) assembles the treasures of nearly 100 dealers from around the globe, showcasing outstanding examples of fine art, design, furniture, jewelry and more.
The 19 participating galleries, several of which are also exhibiting at TEFAF, include:

Adler Beatty and David Zwirner, Old Master, Modern and Contemporary paintings; 34 East 69th Street

Didier Aaron, Inc., Old Master and 19th-century paintings and drawings; 32 East 67th Street

Dalva Brothers, 18th-century French and Continental furniture, decorative arts and Old Master paintings; 53 East 77th Street

Agnews and Naumann Fine Art, at Otto Naumann Ltd., Old Master, 19th and 20th century paintings; 22 East 80th Street, Second Floor

Debra Force Fine Art, American paintings, drawings and sculpture, from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries; 13 East 69th Street

Hammer Galleries, 19th- and 20th-century European and American masters; 32 East 67th Street

Jack Kilgore & Co., 19th-century and Old Master paintings; 154 East 71st Street, Third Floor

James MacKinnon Fine Paintings and Drawings, late 18th through late 19th century British and European paintings and drawings, at W. M. Brady & Company; 22 East 80th Street, Third Floor

Jill Newhouse Gallery, 19th- and 20th-century European works;
4 East 81st Street

Mark Murray Fine Paintings, 19th-century, early 20th-century and Impressionist art; 159 East 63rd Street

Nicholas Hall, 13th to 20th century European art, 17 East 76th Street

Schiller & Bodo, 19th-century European paintings, with emphasis on works from the French Academic, Realist, Barbizon and Post-Impressionist traditions; 4 East 81st Street

Shepherd W & K Galleries, Vienna Secession to Classic Modern, 58 East 79th Street

Robert Simon Fine Art, Old Master paintings and sculpture; 22 East 80th Street, Fourth Floor

Taylor | Graham, American and European art from the 19th century to the present, and sculpture; 32 East 67th Street

Tambaran, African, Oceanic and Northwest Coast American; 5 East 82nd Street

TREZZA, 19th and 20th century European and American paintings, drawings and sculpture, Trinity House, Trinity House, 24 East 64th Street

Most of the galleries participating in October Art Week will be open to the public during fair hours, including Saturday and Sunday. For an Art Walk map and gallery hours, visit www.octoberartweek.com.