NEW YORK, NY.-
The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is pleased to announce the opening of a new 1,300 sq. ft. exhibition space, housed on the second floor of the historic, turn-of-the-century building at 311 East Broadway on Manhattans Lower East Side.
The year-round, flagship exhibition space, presented as an extension of NADAs art fairs and events, will host presentations, exhibitions, and programs from NADAs global community of galleries, non-profit arts organizations, and artist-run spaces.
Slated to open in September 2022, coinciding with the organizations 20th anniversary, the exhibition space will be situated alongside the organizations new offices on the the third floor as well as the new offices of communications consultancy Cultural Counsel.
Were thrilled to open an expanded gallery space alongside our new office at 311 East Broadway. The move sets the stage for a significant exhibitions and events program in collaboration with our international membership base and broader arts community, and we look forward to hosting the public year-round at NADAs new home base, said Heather Hubbs, Executive Director, New Art Dealers Alliance.
I am so thrilled to be a part of this organization, always, but especially right now. Ive been a NADA Member for over a decade and as someone who has seen and felt the benefits of the NADA community first hand, Im so excited to see a new, realized space which will only help to continue to foster and grow our community, said Ebony L. Haynes, Co-President of the NADA Board of Directors and Senior Director at 52 Walker | David Zwirner Gallery.
The move expands on NADAs ongoing exhibition program initiated in Chinatowns East Broadway Mall, which from 20212022 hosted exhibitions by Ivester Contemporary, Austin; OCHI, Los Angeles; Macaulay & Co. Fine Art; and Ballon Rouge Collective, Brussels and featured artists including Colby Bird, James O. Clark, Corey Escoto, Guardian Angel School, Camille Henrot, Takashi Kunitani, Esther Ruiz, Elke Solomon, Nokukhanya Langa, Charlene Vickers, Rakeem Cunningham, and Bradley Kerl.
Constructed in 1904, the landmark building at 311 East Broadway combines the Flemish revival and Beaux Arts styles, and is known for its cultural importance to the Lower East Side as the former location of the Young Mens Benevolent Association (later referred to as the Grand Settlement), and presently the Mikvah of the Lower East Side on the ground floor. Most recently, the building housed the arts publishing platform e-flux.
For more information about the exhibition space and to submit a proposal, click here