7 Must-See Booths at NADA Miami
December 5, 2017 by
Art Basel is upon us, and one of our favorite fairs to visit is NADA Miami. NADA Miami is the only major American art fair to be produced by a non-profit organization and is recognized as an alternative assembly of the world’s youngest and strongest art galleries dealing with emerging contemporary art.
The 15th edition of the fair, to be held December 7–10, 2017 at Ice Palace Studios. You can purchase tickets here. In the meantime, here are seven booths we’re looking forward to checking out.
Creative Growth Art Center, Booth 5.15
Creative Growth Art Center will present a selection of works from established and emerging artists: Dan Miller, Terri Bowden, John Mullins, Susan Janow, Ed Walters, Yng Gee Zhou. The booth will include Dan Miller’s vibrant layered drawings/wooden sculptures and John Mullins’ hand-built boom box.
Dawid Radziszewski, Booth 3.04
Dawid Radziszewski is one of the recipients of this year’s International Gallery Prize and will present works by two Polish artists from different generations: Adam Rzepecki, whose most prominent works were created in the 70s and the 80s, and Tomasz Kowalski, one of the most successful young Polish painters.
Galeria Agustina Ferreyra, Booth 2.05
Galeria Agustina Ferreyra will present works by Ramiro Chaves, Michael Linares, Cristina Tufiño, and Zadie Xa. These selection of works will explore the ways in which ghosts and spirits shape our personal and collective experiences.
L’INCONNUE, Booth 8.20
L’INCONNUE will exhibit Zadie Xa’s performative work as documentation through paintings, tapestries, and videos.
Moran Bondaroff, Booth 4.04
Moran Bondaroff will show works that explore collective, cultural nostalgia by presenting works by Eric N. Mack, Robert Mapplethorpe, Oliver Osborne, David Benjamin Sherry, Lucien Smith, and Willie Stewart.
Parker Gallery, Booth 3.09
Parker Gallery will present a solo mini-retrospective of works on paper, canvas, and ceramic by Maija Peeples-Bright.
Southfirst Gallery, Booth 8.06
Southfirst Gallery will present recent drawings from film and video artist Joe Gibbons. Gibbons, a well-known experimental video artist and MIT film and media professor, recently served time at Rikers Island for an alleged bank robbery. This booth will present the 35 drawings he produced during his time in prison.
top image // courtesy of Creative Growth, artwork by John Mullins