Scope Art Show Brings Their Legacy of Creative Discovery to NYC

New York City has always been a place that inspires people, especially creatives. Artists, come to New York City to get their work noticed. Art shows like SCOPE can make it happen. SCOPE is an international art show that serves as the perfect showcase for contemporary art and multi-disciplinary creative programming. There were over 50 galleries in attendance from 23 countries and 45 cities.


SCOPE has been identified as one of the frontrunners in forecasting global visual trends in the art world. They opened their doors in New York City earlier this month to showcase some of the world’s most innovative artists and their creations. The exhibitors came equipped with some of their best works. Artists like Tim Conlon, Matthew Ryan Herget, Camomile Hixon, Jordan Maclachlan, Ryan McCann, Miles Jaffe, and Ron English had some amazing pieces on display. Some of the artwork would make a great addition to your home or office space so the option to purchase is also available.

If you missed SCOPE in New York City this year, it will be back on the East Coast December 4-9th for Art Basel in Miami Beach. The photo recap we shot doesn’t do it any justice but at least you get to enjoy the talent. Follow SCOPE Art Show on Instagram @scopeartshow.

Click here to take a virtual tour of the SCOPE New York 2018 and check out our photo recap below.

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