The Armory ShowMarch 8–11In its 24th year, the fair will feature presentations from 198 international galleries, artists, and public programs on Piers 92 and 94. Now under the directorship of Nicole Berry, the fair will include a “Focus” sector organized by Minneapolis Institute of Art curator Gabriel Ritter that focuses on bodies and technology.
Information about hours can be found 
here; tickets here.
NADAMarch 8–11This year, the New Art Dealers Alliance’s New York fair has moved its location south, to the ground floor of Skylight Clarkson Square in West SoHo. (Visitors to last year’s fair will recall that the 2017 edition took place up the street, at Skylight Clarkson North.) Some 100 exhibitors will set up shop. This year, NADA has also created a fund for Bronx Museum of the Arts curators to acquire a work from the fair for the institution’s permanent collection. Single-day tickets cost $20.Hours and tickets
Independent New YorkMarch 9–11For its third year at Spring Studios on Varick Street in Tribeca, the Independent art fair, now on its ninth edition, will feature 57 exhibitors, 24 of whom are showing there for the first time. Single-day admission is $25.Hours and tickets
Volta NY
March 8–11Volta NY, which will be held once again at Pier 90, next door to the Armory Show, will host 85 international contemporary galleries. Artist Mickalene Thomas and collector and consultant Racquel Chevremont are co-organizing the fair’s “Curated” section, titled “The Aesthetics of Matter,” which features eight artists who rely on collaged material in their work. General admission is $25.Hours and tickets
March 9–11Scope returns to the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea for its 18th iteration and will include 60 exhibitors. In its own words, the fair “continues to usher in a new vision of the contemporary art fair.” A one-day pass is $25.Hours and tickets
Spring/Break Art ShowMarch 6–12This year’s theme, “Strangers Come to Town,” will unite works about migration and assimilation through a series of curated presentations. In keeping with Spring/Break’s emphasis on unconventional exhibition venues, the fair will be held at 4 Times Square in a former office space. Tickets start at $15.Hours and tickets