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Cutting edge, new and noteworthy, the 16th edition of SCOPE did not disappoint. Known as the art fair that takes a eerily spot on view of what’s to come on the visual art scene. This year’s fair trumpeted the likes of Aron Belka, the Producer BDB x Flore, and Whisbe- known for is easily recognized Gummies. New York Said took great pleasure in roaming the two-floor building and taking in the overwhelming visual delights. Our Creative Director, Amon Focus, had the honor of covering this year’s show and when asked ‘how was Scope?’, he responded with nothing less than unabashed praise for the Art Fair.

Check out the video clip above for a small taste of what Scope was serving up this year and mark your calendars for 2017. Feel free to leave a comment if you like what you see. We would like to thank SCOPE 2016 for granting New York Said the opportunity to cover all the happenings of this year’s art fair, it was a highlight of Armory Week.

3 Trey Bags of Micro Prints by @whisbe #amonfocusartwalk #SCOPENewYork

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Good Girl Gone Bad by Knowledge Bennett #SCOPENewYork #amonfocusartwalk

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Work by Barbara Van Den Berg #amonfocusartwalk #SCOPENewYork

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With over 75 art fairs spanning more than 15 years, SCOPE is celebrated as the premier showcase for international emerging contemporary art and multi-disciplinary creative programming. Renowned for its uncanny ability to forecast new visual trends that are embraced globally, SCOPE Art Shows garner extensive critical acclaim and over 500 million annual impressions across print, digital and television. With cumulative sales well over one billion dollars and attendance of 1.2 million visitors, SCOPE Art Show is the largest and most global emerging art fair in the world.


The Intro

Kicking it with Bryon Summers