Last year, we launched a photography service. Why? Because we felt that galleries, museums and art organizations should have access to quality photos without the price tag. We provide a photography service that is tailored to the art world with professionals that have experience in shooting art. The photos are hosted on our site and include an editorial component, ensuring that our clients get the attention they deserve. Win, win!
Every month, we’ll highlight one of our clients, and this month goes to one of our most exciting clients, the New Art Dealers Alliance.
Who? The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is the definitive non-profit arts organization dedicated to the cultivation, support, and advancement of new voices in contemporary art.
This year, we had the privilege to be the exclusive photography service for NADA New York. The fair, which took place on the ground floor of Skylight Clarkson Square in West SoHo, welcomed over 100 exhibitors from 19 countries, 34 first-time exhibitors, and 28 exhibitors.
This year, attendees enjoyed a refreshed NADA Projects section which allowed for a more open, exhibition-like setting, highlighting small-scale presentations as well as solo and two-person shows. The section was designed to suit the work selected from the participating emerging galleries and independent organizations.
Last week, NADA announced its first off-site exhibition, Close Quarters, featuring eight NADA Member galleries on Governors Island which will be on view every weekend in July, Friday through Sunday, 11am-5pm starting July 1, 2018 and running through the 29th of July.
images // Stephen Smith for Art Zealous