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Argosy Book Store

This family-owned shop offers antiquarian and out-of-print books, antique maps and historical autographs. Specialties include modern first editions, Americana, autographs and the history of science and medicine.

M-F 10 am-6 pm, Sa 10 am-5 pm

Summer hours: Closed Sa & Su

Aritzia

The Canadian brand's second Manhattan flagship carries contemporary collections from exclusive brands such as Wilfred, Talula and Babaton—all displayed within a mushroom forest art installation.

Arkitektura

Twentieth-century furniture includes Eero Saarinen natural maple tables and chairs, and credenzas and cabinets from Michael Graves’ “Kyoto” collection. By appointment.

Armand Bartos Fine Art

Focusing on major 20th-century art, this gallery’s collection revolves around Abstract Expressionism, Mimimalism, Pop art and European works. By appointment.

Armani

Giorgio Armani’s luxurious fabrics and deconstructed designs have won him followers around the world.

Arnot Gallery

With an inventory covering European and American 20th-century work, this gallery also provides expert framing. Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and by appointment.

Art Gotham

A showcase of early and midcareer contemporary artists working in a variety of media. Thurs-Sun 1-6 p.m. and by appointment.

Art in General

Founded by two artists in 1981 in the General Hardware building, this nonprofit organization and recently renovated gallery helps artists with the production and presentation of their work.

Art New York

(May 2-5, 2019)

Collectors, established and new, have more than 170,000 square feet in which to view and buy important, never-exhibited-before works from primary and secondary markets. The global reach of the fair also extends to galleries representing contemporary midcareer, emerging and cutting-edge artists.

Th 2-5 pm (VIP preview by invitation only), 5-8 pm (general admission), F & Sa noon-8 pm, Su noon-6 pm

$25 one-day pass, $65 multiday pass, $15 seniors 62+

Art on Paper

International galleries showcase installation, painting and drawings by artists who utilize paper as inspiration. March 3-6: Th 6 pm-10 pm, Fri-Sa 11 am-7 pm, Su noon-6 pm. Four-day pass $35, single day pass $25.

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