7 Exquisite Pieces From the First-Ever Virtual Winter Show
Like so many other events this past year, the Winter Show—New York’s oldest antiques and decorative-arts exhibition—has moved fully online for the first time ever. The 2021 virtual show will feature 60 international exhibitors, with pieces on view ranging from antiquities to contemporary design objects and everything in between. Collectors and connoisseurs who have purchased tickets can view it all online courtesy of a new 3D gallery, as well as set up virtual “office hours” with dealers. The show is open for VIP preview access through January 21 and is open to the public from January 22 through 31; proceeds benefit the East Side House, which helps communities in the South Bronx.
Here, two of this year’s Winter Show co-chairs, ELLE Decor A-List interior designers Thomas Jayne and Frank de Biasi, pick from among the paintings, sculpture, jewelry, antiques, and more to tell us what they’re most looking forward to seeing in this year’s show.
Co-chairs Thomas Jayne and Frank de Biasi share their highlights from this year’s antiques fair.