tickets for the winter show 2023

pARK avenue armory

643 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065

Advanced reduced price tickets for General Admission are available through Friday, January 13, 2023 ($10 discount). Sign up today to receive updates on 2023 fair programming and special events.


Friday, January 20 12pm – 8pm
Saturday, January 21 12pm – 7pm
Sunday, January 22 12pm – 6pm
Monday, January 2312pm – 8pm
Tuesday, January 2412pm – 5pm
Wednesday, January 2512pm – 8pm
Thursday, January 2612pm – 5pm
Friday, January 27 12pm – 8pm
Saturday, January 2812pm – 7pm
Sunday, January 2912pm – 6pm


Collectors Pass
Day Ticket (Adults)
Students (with Valid ID)
Seniors (65 and older)
Groups (≥ 10 people)
(Free for children under 12)  $250

Your ticket includes access to The Winter Show’s public In-Dialogue programs’ series and a copy of our catalogue of our award-winning catalogue. For additional purchases, please contact staff onsite.


How We Dressed in the Beautiful Country: Selections from the Museum of Chinese in America’s Fashion and Costume Collections

January 20-29

Museum of Chinese in America Partners with East Side House, fellow recipients of Bank of America's Neighborhood Builders Award, to Debut Pop-Up Fashion Exhibition at the Winter Show.

For this year’s Winter Show 2023 at the Park Avenue Armory, MOCA has curated a capsule exhibition highlighting two of its key collections of fashion and costumes: the remarkable hand-tailored qipaos of Aileen Pei, step-mother of I.M. Pei, who lived through historical epochs in early 20th century China before settling with her family in New York in the 1940s, and the dramatically ornate opera gowns from the Chinese Musical and Theatrical Association, an organization that preserved Cantonese opera in New York’s Chinatown beginning in the 1930s.

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The Hunt for and Joy of Living with Art, Antiques, and Objects **

January 21, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Suzanne Tucker, Interior Designer; and Mitch Owens, American Editor, "World of Interiors".

This panel is presented in collaboration with the Institute for Classical Architecture & Art at a seated luncheon hosted by HINDMAN.

**Tickets are now SOLD OUT.

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January 24, 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Mark Aiston, Aiston Fine Art Services, Ben Genocchio, Editor-in-Chief, Incollect Magazine; Martin P. Levy, H. Blairman & Sons, Lark E. Mason JR, Appraiser & Auctioneer; Elizabeth Pyne, Interior Designer, McMillan, Gemma Sudlow, Managing Director, Hindman Auctions.

This panel takes place at a seated luncheon hosted by HINDMAN.

*Limited tickets available. To book, please call (718) 292-7392.

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Collecting Outside the Lines

6:00 PM

A conversation about broadening the scope of collecting practices beyond traditional Anglo-European material, discussing the challenges and opportunities for collectors taking an interest in previously overlooked or underRecognized fields.

Led by Ben Miller, host of Curious Objects; featuring Jeremy Simien, Collector; and Jesse Erickson, Curator of Printed Books and Bindings, The Morgan Library & Museum.

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Opening Night Party

January 19, 5PM - 9PM

The Winter Show's Opening Night Party represents New York's unofficial kick-off social event of the new year. A glamorous evening of cocktails and hors d'oeuvres benefitting East Side House Settlement.

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Young Collectors Night

January 26, 6PM - 9PM

Peruse fabulous works spanning 5,000 years in this fun-filled evening while enjoying cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, and DJ sets. The party fosters the next generation of New York's most prominent new collectors, art & design enthusiasts. Young Collectors Night will take place on Thursday, January 26. Tickets will be available for purchase in December. To learn more, or to join our Benefit Committee, please call 917.860.6559 or email‬.

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Connoisseurs Night

January 27, 5:30PM - 8PM

Join the world's most prestigious art and antiques experts for an elegant evening of booth talks, wine tastings, and conversations about connoisseurship and collecting

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We are devoted to making The Winter Show as safe as possible for our visitors, exhibitors and staff by adhering to the highest standards of health and safety. 

Please be advised that The Winter Show reserves the right to revise its safety protocols to comply with federal and state regulations at any time.  


Wheelchairs are available for use free of charge at the Lexington Ave entrance on a first-come, first-served basis.

For individuals requiring assisted access, a sidewalk-level entrance is available at 103 East 66th Street, located just east of Park Avenue. Visitors may ring the service bell upon arrival, or make arrangements prior to arrival by calling the main security desk at (212) 616-3950 extension 1.



643 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065


#6 subway to 68th Street/ Hunter College, walk one block west.


Take Lexington Street M101, 102, or 103 (Limited or Local) to 68th Street.


A Citi Bike docking station is located at the corner of 67th Street and Park Avenue.


Metro North to Grand Central and then take uptown #6 subway to 68th Street/Hunter College, walk one block west.

NJ Transit or Amtrak to Penn Station and then take Uptown #1, 2, or 3 to 42nd Street/Times Square, transfer to the S or #7 subway to Grand Central, and then transfer to the uptown #6 subway to 68th Street/ Hunter College, walk one block west.

Parking Garages

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250 East 67th Street

(212) 439-8427

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222 East 67th Street

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central parking

301 East 69th Street

(212) 517-2823

celebrity parking

166 East 67th Street

(212) 650-1071



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