NADA NYC Debuts Inaugural Edition with Over 60 International Galleries

The New Art Dealers Alliance is proud to announce that for the first time in its eight-year history, NADA will present a fair in New York City, as NADA NYC takes place May 4th through May 7th, 2012. This inaugural edition will showcase over 60 international galleries from 23 cities representing 10 countries.

“A NADA Art Fair in New York has been in anticipation for years,” said NADA Director, Heather Hubbs. “Our intention is to produce an incredible fair for the art community while maintaining our reputation for introducing new galleries and artists to collectors, curators and others working with contemporary art.”

2012 Exhibitor List:
Austria, Vienna: Galerie Andreas Huber; Belgium, Brussels: Sorry We’re Closed; Canada, Toronto: CLINT ROENISCH, Tomorrow; Vancouver: Blanket Contemporary Art Inc.; France, Paris: New Galerie, schleicher+lange; Germany, Berlin: Aanant & Zoo, Croy Nielsen, DUVE Berlin, KLEMM’S; Cologne: Clages, Galerie Christian Lethert, Dusseldorf: LINN LÜHN, VAN HORN; Frankfurt: Galerie Parisa Kind, Jacky Strenz, Neue Alte Brücke; Italy, Milan: BRAND NEW GALLERY; Rome: 1/9 Unosunove; Japan, Tokyo: NANZUKA; The Netherlands, Amsterdam: Ten Haaf Projects; United Kingdom, London: Ancient & Modern, Christopher Crescent, CLARENCE MEWS., IBID PROJECTS, Rob Tufnell; USA, Austin: CHAMPION; Brooklyn: C L E A R I N G, FRANKLIN FURNACE, The Journal Gallery, Rawson Projects, Real Fine Arts; Chicago: Corbett vs. Dempsey, Western Exhibitions; Long Island City: SculptureCenter; Los Angeles: THE COMPANY, Thomas Duncan Gallery, Honor Fraser, ltd los angeles; New York: Alden Projects, American Contemporary, Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, Brennan & Griffin, Callicoon Fine Arts, Clifton Benevento, Lisa Cooley, Eleven Rivington, Derek Eller Gallery, Feature Inc., LAUREL GITLEN, Independent Curators International (ICI), INVISIBLE-EXPORTS, NATHALIE KARG/CUMULUS STUDIOS, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Martos Gallery, Franklin Parrasch, Rachel Uffner Gallery, UNTITLED, Vogt Gallery; Palm Beach: Gavlak Gallery; Queens: REGINA REX; San Francisco: Silverman

Open to the Public:
Friday, May 4; 2–8pm
Saturday, May 5; 11am–8pm
Sunday, May 6; 11am–6pm
Monday, May 7; 11am–4pm

Opening Preview:
Friday, May 4; 11am to 2pm
By Special Invitation

Daily admission will remain free and open to the public.

548 West 22nd Street
Chelsea, New York

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