NEW YORK, NY.-
Set to return for its 7th edition, the NADA Art Fair
is highly recognized as the preeminent exhibition featuring the worlds most significant emerging art galleries. Featuring 80 galleries from 33 cities worldwide, the fair celebrates new and innovative contemporary art from rising talents around the globe. No other art fair has been able to match our quality, style, and attitude.
Organized and run by the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA), the NADA Art Fair Miami Beach 2009 will be presented in the expansive Napoleon and Richelieu Ballrooms of the Deauville, a full-service beachside resort, conveniently located on Collins Avenue and the beach just north of the Art Deco District and the Miami Beach Convention Center. Featuring distinctive MiMo architecture, the Deauville boasts a glamorous past, hosting Sinatra and the Rat Pack, as well as the Beatles at their second US performance ever, broadcast live on the Ed Sullivan show direct from the Napoleon Ballroom. Carrying on the resorts tradition of showcasing the worlds top emerging talent, NADA will now transform the Deauville into one of the foremost destinations for contemporary art.
In addition, daily events and performances will be presented poolside as well as in the Deauvilles retro chic jazz club and intimate 200-seat theatre. We will also feature a special program Lets Talk, co-organized with ICI (Independent Curators International). This years theme is Reinvention and will consist of presentations and discussions from a stellar line up of established and emerging art world professionals who are currently transforming, or have consistently reinvented, their roles or the role of their institution.
Admission will remain free and open to the public as part of the continued mission of NADA to create opportunities for greater access to contemporary art. Free daily shuttles will be available between NADA and the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Australia, Melbourne: Neon Parc; Canada, Montreal: Parisian Laundry; Ireland, Dublin: Mothers Tankstation; Germany, Dusseldorf: Galerie Rupert Pfab; Italy, Rome: 1/9 Unosunove Arte Contemporanea; Japan, Tokyo: MISAKO & ROSEN, Switzerland, Geneva: Evergreene; Zurich: Anne Mosseri-Marlio Galerie, Claudia Groeflin Galerie; United Kingdom, Gateshead: Workplace Gallery; London: Museum 52; USA, Brooklyn: Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery; Chicago: Western Exhibitions; Los Angeles: Francois Ghebaly, Kim Light/Light Box; New York: Collette Blanchard Gallery, Forever & Today, Inc., Invisible-Exports, John Connelly Presents, Kate Werble Gallery, Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, Rental, Small A Projects, Stephan Stoyanov Gallery, SUNDAY LES, Thomas Erben Gallery; San Francisco: Baer Ridgway Exhibitions
France, Paris: Galerie Carlos Cardenas, Galerie Laurent Godin, Galerie Hussenot; Germany, Berlin: Pool Gallery; Cologne: Galerie Christian Lethert; Frankfurt: Jacky Strenz; Munich ANDREAS GRIMM MUNCHEN; Japan, Tokyo: ARATANIURANO, Take Ninagawa; Mexico, Guadalajara: Charro Negro; Puerto Rico, San Juan: 356; Spain, Madrid: Galerie Marta Cervera; Zurich: Rotwand; The Netherlands, Amsterdam: Mart House Gallery; The Hague: Galerie West; Turkey, Istanbul: NON; United Kingdom, London: Josh Lilley; USA, Boston: LaMontagne/Zevitas Gallery; Brooklyn: The Journal Gallery; Callicoon: Callicoon Fine Arts; Chicago: Shane Campbell Gallery, Kavi Gupta, moniquemeloche; Cincinnati: Country Club; Los Angeles: The Box, Karyn Lovegrove Gallery, Overduin and Kite, Thomas Solomon Gallery; Miami: David Castillo Gallery, Charest-Weinberg, Twenty Twenty Projects; New York: ATM Gallery, Josée Bienvenu Gallery, Blackston, Lisa Cooley, Eleven Rivington, Derek Eller Gallery, Thierry Goldberg Projects, Humble Arts Foundation, Leo Koenig Inc., La MaMa La Galleria, On Stellar Rays, Renwick Gallery, Simon Preston, White Columns, ZieherSmith; Philadelphia: Cerealart; Queens: Y Gallery; San Francisco: Altman Siegel Gallery, Jack Hanley Gallery, Johansson Projects, Silverman Gallery; Seattle: AMBACH & RICE.