Expo Chicago

September 18–21, 2014

Navy Pier, Chicago

In his second year at Expo Chicago, Jonathan Boos will exhibit works by Milton Avery, Harry Bertoia, Charles Biederman, Jacob Lawrence, Joan Mitchell, Horace Pippin, and Zoltan Sepeshy, among others.

Philadelphia Antiques Show

April 26–29, 2014

Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia

At this year’s Philadelphia Antiques Show, Jonathan Boos exhibited works by John Atherton, Thomas Hart Benton, Harry Bertoia, Charles Biederman, Oscar F. Bluemner, Francis Criss, John Ferren, Robert Gwathmey, Robert Henri, Otis Kaye, Joan Mitchell, Ben Shahn, Charles Green Shaw, and Max Weber, among others. 

The Armory Show—Modern

March 6–9, 2014

Pier 92, New York City

In his fifth year at the Armory Show—Modern, Jonathan Boos exhibited works by John Atherton, Harry Bertoia, Francis Criss, Robert Gwathmey, Joseph Hirsch, Edmund Lewandowski, John Marin, Ben Shahn, Charles Green Shaw, Jack Tworkov, Max Weber, Charles White, and Jamie Wyeth.

Winter Antiques Show

January 24–February 2, 2014

Park Avenue Armory: Park Avenue at 67th Street

For this special 60th annual Diamond Jubilee Winter Antiques Show, Jonathan Boos featured a specially curated booth including works from John Atherton, Harry Bertoia, Michael Goldberg, Robert Henri, Otis Kaye, Henry Koerner, Alfred Henry Maurer, George L. K. Morris, Ben Shahn, Charles Green Shaw, Jack Tworkov, Max Weber, and Charles White, among others.

The American Art Fair

December 1–5, 2013

Bohemian National Hall, 321 East 73rd Street, New York

Jonathan Boos featured works by John Atherton, Milton Avery, Francis Criss, O. Louis Guglielmi, Robert Henri, Joseph Hirsch, Jacob Lawrence, Edmund Lewandowski, John Marin, and Charles White, among others, as the fair celebrated its sixth year.

Expo Chicago

September 19–22, 2013

Navy Pier, Chicago

In his first year exhibiting at Expo Chicago, Jonathan Boos featured works by Milton Avery, Leonard Baskin, Romare Bearden, Harry Bertoia, Oscar F. Bluemner, Ilya Bolotowsky, Elizabeth Catlett, O. Louis Guglielmi, Richard Hunt, Jacob Lawrence, John Marin, Kenneth Noland, Max Weber, and Charles White, among others.

Philadelphia Antiques Show

April 12–15, 2013

Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street, Philadelphia

Exhibiting for the second year at the Philadelphia Antiques Show, Jonathan Boos featured works by Benny Andrews, Romare Bearden, Harry Bertoia, Ilya Bolotowsky, Elizabeth Catlett, Williem de Kooning, David Fredenthal, Jacob Lawrence, John Marin, Clyde Singer, Walter Stuempfig, Hale Woodruff, and Jamie Wyeth.
 

The Armory Show—Modern

March 7–10, 2013

Pier 92, New York City

This year marked the 100th anniversary of the landmark 1913 Armory Show, and Jonathan Boos exhibited for the fourth year in the show. Included were works by Charles Henry Alston, Harry Bertoia, Elizabeth Catlett, Jean Dubuffet, and John Marin, among others.

Jonathan Boos was featured in Blouin ArtInfo's “Best Art of Armory Week 2013.”

59th Annual Winter Antiques Show

January 24–February 3, 2013

Park Avenue Armory, Park Avenue at 67th Street, New York City

After a successful first year, Jonathan Boos exhibited for a second time at the prestigious Winter Antiques Show. Held at the historic Park Avenue Armory in New York City, the show featured the “best of the best” from antiquities through the art of the 1960s.  Boos exhibited a group of special table-top bush sculptures by Harry Bertoia and important paintings by Charles Henry Alston, Robert Henri, Jacob Lawrence, John Marin, Ben Shahn, George Tooker, and Andrew Wyeth, among others.

In her New York Times review of the show, Karen Rosenberg said, "Most dealers advertise their specialties in focused displays ... but a few try to mix it up. At Jonathan Boos spiky Bertoia metal scuptures accompany postcard-sized paintings by Oscar Bluemner, Arthur Dove, George Tooker, and others."

The Winter Antiques Show is an annual benefit for East Side House Settlement, a community resource in the South Bronx. East Side House's programs focus on education and technology as gateways out of poverty and as the keys to economic opportunity. All revenues from the show's general admissions and the net proceeds from the preview parties and other events go to East Side House and contribute substantially to its private philanthropic budget.