NEW YORK, NY.- The New Art Dealers Alliance
welcomes Max Warsh as Associate Program Director starting today, May 1. The appointment reflects NADAs commitment to supporting its members year-round.
In his new position, Warsh will collaborate with Executive Director Heather Hubbs to develop membership initiatives and fundraising efforts, as well as contribute to strategic planning for both NADA Miami and New York by working directly with exhibitors.
Warsh will also be contributing to NADAs Exhibition Guides, which launches today, May 1 to coincide with Frieze New York. Working with its Gallery Members beyond the context of art fairs themselves, it will include all NADA Members in New York with exhibitions on view today through September 2017. The Exhibition Guides will be part of a broader effort at NADA to develop resources and public engagement for its members, and is emblematic of its mission in support of emerging artists and innovative galleries.
Lonnie Holley at James Fuentes Gallery, opening May 3rd.
Daniel Hurr & Guy Walker at Safe Gallery, opening May 3rd.
Erica Mahinay at Lyles & King, opening May 4th.
Mira Dancy at Chapter NY, May 5th.
Jan Kiefer at Kai Matsumiya, May 5th.
2017 Benefit Auction at White Columns, May 6th.
Im excited to help develop programming and new relationships, and continue to foster the collaborative ethos that makes NADA so important, says Warsh, NADA Associate Program Director.
Warsh was previously the co-founder and director of the artist-run Regina Rex gallery in New York City. Also an artist, his work was recently exhibited in New York at the Queens Museum and the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Were thrilled to have Max join our team. His community-oriented approach is a perfect match for our own, said NADA Executive Director Heather Hubbs. Max will be an invaluable asset as we redouble our efforts to support our members, emerging artists, and the NADA community, both through our fairs and year-round.
Max Warsh is an artist and curator who lives and works in New York City. He is co-founder and director of the artist-run gallery Regina Rex in the Lower East Side, where he has organized numerous exhibitions over the last seven years. He received his MFA in Photography from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2004, and his BA from Sarah Lawrence College in 2002. His work was recently exhibited at the Queens Museum, the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) and the Sirius Arts Centre in Cobh, Ireland.