The Spring/Break Art Show, which is known for stuffing curated installations into every nook and cranny of its host venues, returns to New York this week for its eighth edition. For the first time, the fair is taking place at 866 United Nations Plaza, on Manhattan’s east side. This edition, titled “Fact and Fiction,” which opened today to collectors and members of the press, focuses on facts and their “alternatives,” according to a release. Images of the fair follow below. And here is a full report from opening day.
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