NADA and Artspace announce new partnership

New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) have just announced a partnership with Artspace, which is due to begin for the fourth edition of NADA New York, which will run from 14 until 17 May 2015. For the New York and Miami editions of the fair, Artspace.com will be holding online previews as well as interactive features for collectors, programming and events, and will be collaborating with their sister company Phaeton Press to produce editorial and social media coverage of the fairs. A preview for NADA New York is due to be live on Artspace.com on May 5, 2015. Artspace.com is the leading online marketplace for contemporary art and ideas, keeping collectors up-to-date with different artworks and allowing them to buy them. Founded in 2002, NADA is a not-for-profit collective of professionals working in contemporary art. NADA hosts two fairs a year, at New York and Miami Beach, on top of organising the “Collaborations” section of Art...

Tags: , , , , ,

New venue for NADA art fair

NADA (New Art Dealers Alliance) art fair, which takes place alongside Art Basel Miami Beach in December, is to move to a new venue at the Fontainebleau Hotel, on Collins Avenue, for its 2015 edition. Founded in 2003 in Miami, Florida, NADA’s former venue, at Deauville Beach Resort, North Miami Beach, which it occupied for several years, was its second. The new space will consist of a round space in the labyrinthine Fontainebleau Hotel. The co-founder of the fair, Heather Hubbs, has said that she is not sure whether the fair will remain “the same exact size or a little smaller, but it won’t be bigger and we’re not looking to expand”, adding “it’s not the first time we’ve considered going there [The Fontainbleau], it just kind of worked out this time.” NADA will now be closer in location to Art Basel, and the hotel, which is situated near to the private club Soho House, will no doubt be a draw for collectors, dealers, and even...

Tags: , , ,

NADA New York 2015

NADA New York 2015 will take place on 14-17 May New York’s in Basketball City. The fair is organised by the New Art Dealers Alliance, a non-profit organisation that aims to encourage open dialogue between art dealers and promote emerging artists. This year will be the fourth edition of the New York-based fair, and is to feature 100 galleries, 27 of whom will be new to NADA. The majority of galleries hail from the New York region, however the fair, which recently released its exhibitor list, has confirmed the attendance of several international galleries, including: 1/9unosunore, Rome; The Apartement, Vancouver; Rod Bianco Gallery, Oslo; Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Paris; Formato Comodo, Madrid; and DUVE, Berlin. As in previous years, the fair will showcase the best of emerging talent, both international and local. In addition to the main show, the fair will offer a diverse program of extra events and special...

Tags: , , ,

NADA releases list of participating galleries

New York, 20 February 2014, Art Media Agency (AMA). The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) has announced a list of participating exhibitors for the forthcoming edition of the NADA fair, to take place in New York between 9 and 11 May, at 299 South Street, East River. A non-profit structure, NADA seeks to promote the work of emerging, international artists. Directed by Heather Hubbs, the fair features over 70 galleries, which represent 31 different cities, from 13 countries. These have been named as: 1/9 unosunove, Adams and Ollman, Alden Projects™, American Contemporary, Rolando Anselmi, The Apartment, Artis, Rod Barton, Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, Rod Bianco, Josee Bienvenu Gallery, Bischoff Projects, Callicoon Fine Arts, David Castillo Gallery, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Art, Churner and Churner, Clifton Benevento, CO2, COOPER COLE, DUVE Berlin, Anat Ebgi Gallery, Daniel Faria Gallery, Freight + Volume, Galerie Christophe Gaillard, Asya Geisberg Gallery, The Green Gallery, Hionas Gallery, The Hole, Invisible Exports, Louis B. James, The Journal Gallery, Galerie Parisa Kind, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Tomio Koyama Gallery, Diane Kruse Galerie, Galerie Christian Lethert, Louis 21, LOYAL, ltd los angeles, LUCE Gallery, M+B, MAKEBISH, Marlborough Chelsea, Martos Gallery, Halsey McKay Gallery, Mihai Nicodim Gallery, Roberto Paradise, Rawson Projects, REGINA REX, Galerie Gabriel Rolt, Romer Young Gallery, Samson Projects, SCHWARZ CONTEMPORARY, SculptureCenter, SEASON, Joe Sheftel, Springsteen, Jacky Strenz, Temnikova & Kasela Gallery, TIF SIGFRIDS, The Sunday Painter, Galerija Vartai, Kate Werble Gallery and Steven Zevitas...

Tags: , , , , ,

Art Basel Miami Beach 2013, European charm meets American ostentation

Miami, 10 December 2013, Art Media Agency (AMA). Art Basel Miami Beach officially opened to the public on 5 December, though – by this point – the event had already been open for a week, with its associated events expected to go on long after the official opening day. The event features no fewer than thirteen satellite events – Scope, Aqua, NADA, Pulse, Select, Untitled, Ink, Design, Context, Brazil, Russian Pavilion, Miami Project. Other highlights have included the opening of a building, designed by Herzog & de Meuron, to act as a dedicated space for the Jorge Pérez Collection. A number of vernissages have also featured, including those for three large exhibitions of private collection (Margulies, Rubell, de la Cruz), as well as those for several museums (including Bass and Wolfsonian). A tour of galleries was offered in the bustling Wynwood district. Suffice to say that between 5 and 8 December it was impossible to visit everything. As in previous years, the event was held at the Miami Beach Convention Center, an enormous building which would take visitors at least two days to fully explore. Like other international art fairs of the same stature, the event featured major galleries from across the world, exhibiting their finest pieces – all viewed by smartly-suited buyers, and eccentrically-styled artists. French galleries produced particularly high-quality stands, with notable contributors to the event including Almine Rech, who appeared last year at NADA (New Art Dealers Alliance, a satellite fair) – a gallery which, this year, made its first appearance at Art Basel. Parisian gallery Thaddaeus Ropac, who displayed a large painting, alongside a sculpture by Baselitz, and a drawing by Robert Longo. Art:Concept was another French gallery which stood out, presenting an installation by Richard Fauguet. Paris’s Perrotin gallery was also a prominent participant, choosing to dedicate...

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,