If you loved NADA Miami then get ready. The seventh edition of NADA New York will take place at Skylight Clarkson Sq, from March 8-11th, 2018. NADA New York will showcase 100 exhibitors representing 33 cities from 17 countries, 34 first-time exhibitors, and 28 exhibitors participating in a new NADA Projects section. NADA is committed to supporting new and emerging artists, curators, and gallerists which is one of the many reasons it’s one of favorite fairs to check out during Armory Week. *If you haven’t heard, Armory Week is being split up into two weeks. Be sure to check each fair’s website for more information on opening dates. 


“For the return of NADA New York this March, we’re excited to share a tightly focused yet curatorially expanded fair. We’re maximizing the possibilities of our new venue and open floor plan to bolster our best offerings, including a refreshed NADA Projects section,” said Heather Hubbs, NADA Executive Director.


One of our favorite things this particular fair is NADA Projects. NADA Projects will expand programming initiatives and offer two new types of presentation formats, allowing a more open, exhibition-like setting, highlighting small-scale presentations as well as solo and two-persons shows. The section will be designed to suit the work selected from the participating emerging galleries and independent organizations.


Click here to purchase tickets and check out the exhibitor list below.


AA|LA Gallery – Los Angeles
Alden Projects™ – New York
Jeff Bailey Gallery – Hudson
Rod Barton – London
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery – New York
Belenius – Stockholm
Michael Benevento – Los Angeles
Brennan & Griffin – New York
Shane Campbell Gallery – Chicago
Carbon 12 – Dubai
Clima – Milan
Company Gallery – New York
Counter Space – Zurich
Creative Growth – Oakland
Luis De Jesus Los Angeles – Los Angeles
Denny Gallery – New York
Galerie Derouillon – Paris
DiabloRosso – Panama
DOCUMENT – Chicago
DUTTON – New York
Edel Assanti – London
Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran – Montreal
Field Editions – Liverpool
GEARY – New York
Asya Geisberg Gallery – New York
steven harvey fine art projects – New York
Horton Gallery – New York
Eric HUSSENOT – Paris
Susan Inglett Gallery – New York
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery – New York
La MaMA Galleria – New York
LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division) – Los Angeles
the Landing – Los Angeles
Galerie Christian Lethert – Cologne
L’INCONNUE – Montreal
LMAKgallery – New York
LOYAL – Stockholm
Lower East Side Printshop – New York
M+B – Los Angeles
Makasiini Contemporary – Turku
Maki Fine Arts – Tokyo
Microscope Gallery – New York
Mite – Buenos Aires
Moran Bondaroff – Los Angeles
Mrs. – New York
Neon Parc – Melbourne
Nottingham Contemporary – Nottingham
PACT – Paris
Parallel Oaxaca – Oaxaca
Parker Gallery – Los Angeles
PATRON – Chicago
Berthold Pott – Cologne
Proyectos Ultravioleta – Guatemala City
Reyes Projects – Birmingham
Roman Road – London
Romer Young Gallery – San Francisco
Safe Gallery – New York
Sapar Contemporary – New York
SculptureCenter – New York
September Gallery – Hudson
Shoot the Lobster – New York
Daine Singer – Melbourne
Stereo – Warsaw
Walden – Buenos Aires
Western Exhibitions – Chicago
Whitechapel Gallery – London


NADA​ Projects

56 Henry – New York
106 Green – New York
315 Gallery – New York
321 Gallery – New York
Helena Anrather – New York
Callicoon Fine Arts – New York
Cuevas Tilleard – New York
Deli Gallery – New York
Disturb the Neighbors – New York
Ed. Varie – New York
Essex Flowers – New York
Et al. San Francisco
False Flag – New York
Fazakas Gallery – Vancouver
Golestani – Düsseldorf
Good Weather – North Little Rock
Hassla – New York
Hotel Art Pavilion – New York
JAG projects – New York
Kimberly Klark – New York
Kristen Lorello – New York
Galería Mascota – Mexico City
Kai Matsumiya – New York
SHRINE – New York
Syndicate – Cologne
UV – Buenos Aires


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