NEW YORK, NY.-
The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA), the definitive non-profit arts organization dedicated to the cultivation, support, and advancement of new voices in contemporary art, announces the 2015 exhibitors of NADA New York
. Opening on a new date, the 4th edition of the fair will take place May 14-17 at Pier 36 | Basketball City, located at 299 South Street on the East River. The fair continues to showcase the best of emerging contemporary art, with exhibitors representing 36 cities from 16 different countries. The 2015 edition of the fair includes 35 international galleries with 30 first-time-exhibitors at NADA.
NADA New York is dedicated to supporting rising talents from around the world while facilitating meaningful relationships between its members says NADA Director Heather Hubbs. An extension of the non-profit, NADA New York remains an essential platform for collaboration between various points in the contemporary art conversation.
2015 Exhibitor List: Australia, Sydney: Minerva,; Belgium, Brussels: Sorry Were Closed; Canada, Montréal: Division Gallery, Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran; Toronto: COOPER COLE, Daniel Faria Gallery; Vancouver: The Apartment; Denmark, Copenhagen: David Risley Gallery; France, Paris: Galerie Bernard Ceysson, HUSSENOT; Germany, Berlin: DUVE, SCHWARZ CONTEMPORARY; Cologne: Clages, Galerie Christian Lethert, Berthold Pott; Frankfurt: Jacky Strenz; Frankfurt am Main: Bischoff Projects; Guatemala, Guatemala City: Proyectos Ultravioleta; Italy, Rome: 1/9unosunove, Federica Schiavo Gallery; Turin: LUCE Gallery; Mexico, Mexico City: Talcual Gallery; Norway, Bergen: Entrée; Oslo: Rod Bianco Gallery; Puerto Rico, San Juan: ROBERTO PARADISE; Spain, Madrid: Formato Comodo; Sweden, Stockholm: LOYAL; United Arab Emirates, Dubai: Carbon 12; United Kingdom, London: Space in Between, The Sunday Painter, VITRINE; United States, Baltimore: Springsteen; Boston: Samsøn Projects; Brooklyn: 247365, ART 3, The Journal Gallery, Soloway; Chicago: CourtneyBlades; East Hampton: Eric Firestone Gallery, Halsey McKay Gallery; Hudson: Jeff Bailey Gallery; Kansas City: Bill Brady Gallery; Los Angeles: ACME., Anat Ebgi, Greene Exhibitions, KLOWDEN MANN, ltd los angeles, M+B, Shulamit Gallery, Michael Thibault; Minneapolis: David Petersen Gallery; New York: Alden Projects, Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, Joseé Bienvenu Gallery, bitforms gallery, Bodega, Callicoon Fine Arts, Eleven Rivington, half gallery, Jack Hanley Gallery, The Hole, Independent Curators International (ICI), Invisible-Exports, Nicole Klagsbrun, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Louis B. James, Marlborough Chelsea, Kai Matsumiya, Rawson Projects, REGINA REX; Portland: Adams and Ollman; San Francisco: CCA Wattis Institute For Contemporary Arts, Kiria Koula; Santa Barbara: Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara.
2015 Project List: France, Paris: christian berst art brut; Norway, Oslo: Kunsthall Oslo, LYNX; United Kingdom, London: Evelyn Yard; United States, Brooklyn: helper, Honey Ramka, Jackie Klempay, Microscope Gallery, Sardine, SIGNAL, U.S. Blues, Water McBeer; Detroit: What Pipeline; East Hampton: East Hampton Shed; Los Angeles: LAINE LA, SMART OBJECTS, Young Art; New York: PARMER at ABRONS ARTS CENTER, Chapter NY, Ed. Varie, Essex Flowers, Grand Century, Kristen Lorello, Magic Flying Carpets, P!, Queer Thoughts, Shoot The Lobster, THANK YOU; San Francisco: Et. al.