This is a great weekend to be in New York City if you like contemporary art. There’s the Whitney Biennial, which features the Whitney curators’ view of what is important in contemporary art today. There’s also a number of art fairs: The ADAA (Art Dealers Association of America) is sponsoring The Art Show, which can be seen at the Park Avenue Armory at Park Avenue and 67th Street; The Armory Show is a huge affair taking place on the west side of Manhattan, at the Piers 92 and 94 (which is at 12th Avenue and 55th Street) – this show is so big and features so many galleries, you could spend a good part of a day trying to see it all. Then there’s The Affordable Art Fair, which bills itself as having work priced between $100-$10,000 by the “hottest young talent and well-known names.” While you’re at it, you might as well stop by to see the SCOPE Art Show, near the Armory Show at 62nd and 10th Avenue. If you still can’t get enough, might as well go over to the PULSE Contemporary Art Fair, also on the west side of Manhattan, down at 330 West Street. Let’s wrap up our day at the Fountain Art Fair at Pier 66 at 26th Street on the West Side Highway.