NADA New York art fair was a favorite among the Art Zealous staff. The sixth edition of NADA New York took place at Skylight Clarkson North, located at 572 Washington Street and is there until March 5th. NADA is the type of fair our readers love; accessible, ambitious and unique.


We all had our favorite artworks. From Brooklyn-based artist Kyle Breitenbach’s transformative portraits to Whitney Oldenburg’s stunning and very heavy sculptural works. Below are 16 artworks we’d want in our personal collection.


1. Esther Ruiz

yours mine & ours, Booth 2.39



2. Whitney Oldenburg, X-Mates

ADA Gallery, Booth 6.09



3. Gerard Mullin

Kristen Lorello Gallery, Booth 2.25



4. Vanessa Maltese, Noise, 2017

Cooper Cole, Booth 6.01



5. Brian Belott

247365,  Booth 5.15



6. Ivana BašićStay inside or perish

Signal Gallery, Booth 6.03



7. Rana Begum, No. 551

Galerie Christian Lethert, Booth 4.03



8. Jason Fox, The Painting that stole the world

CANADA, Booth 5.06



9. Christina Tufiño

Agustina Ferreyra, Booth 5.01



10. Kyle BreitenbachUntitled, 2017

Shrine Gallery, Booth 2.28


11. Joseph HartPlum Juggernaut

Halsey McKay & Romer Young Gallery, Booth 3.05



12. Bruce M. Sherman

Nicelle Beauchene, Booth 4.08



13. Jose Davila, Homage to the Square

LAND, Booth 4.02



14. Cajsa von Zeipel, Queen of Spades

Company Gallery, 5.12



15. Johannes VanDerBeek, TBT 2017

Marinaro, Booth 6.02



16. Lee Quiones

Nicole Klagsbrun Inc, Booth 3.01


top image // Casey Kelbaugh. Courtesy of NADA New York

images 1, 10, 13 // courtesy of gallery and NADA New York