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NEW YORK TIMES: That '70s Show in "11 Spring Art Fairs Kick Off for Buyers and Browsers Alike"

With Frieze comes a buffet of art in New York City over two weeks, whether you’re looking for blue-chip galleries or emerging talents.

Frieze New York is upon us, which means an explosion of art fairs over two weeks, most but not all of them in Manhattan. These fairs are where dozens of leading galleries and dealers from around the world exhibit their best, and sometimes, the best of art history. Here are our picks for a crawl around the city, based on what your art heart desires (or wallet and weekend time allow). And be sure to ask dealers for prices; often they are not conveniently posted.

For the experienced fairgoer looking for something new …

That ’70s Show (NoHo)

The micro fair, organized by the dealer Eric Firestone (and on view in his walk-up loft), returns for its second year. That ’70s Show bills itself as an “alternative” to the fairs of Frieze and as a community of artists who celebrate one another. This year it will feature 18 New York galleries presenting artists who created work during the 1970s. Entry is free. May 2-5 at 4 Great Jones Street, Manhattan;

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