We’ve Got The NADA New York 2015 Exhibitor List

Inside NADA New York 2014.

We know, we know—Armory Week literally just ended (and Art Basel in Miami Beach remains a not-so-distant memory). But it’s time to go ahead and start bracing yourself for the similarly crazy experience of Frieze Week, which is a mere two months away. To get you in the spirit, NADA New York has released its list of 2015 exhibitors. The fair will once again take place at Pier 36 and run from May 14–17, 2015.

Both the Miami and New York iterations of the fair are thought of as havens for gritty art by and for “cool kids,” whatever that means (see NADA Miami Beach 2014 Will Be the Anti-Art Basel and NADA Art Fair Is the Most Fun You’ll Have In Miami). Critic Ben Davis, writing about last year’s New York edition, described the fair as “where you go for things that aren’t known quantities but that nevertheless look contemporary-cool…[it] has been a good barometer of what the present’s consensus “good taste” looks like (see Finding Something at NADA New York).”

So which galleries fit the bill for “contemporary cool” this year? Hipster staples like Eleven Rivington, The Hole, Regina Rex, and Shoot the Lobster, along with plenty of unknown entities from cities including Baltimore, Portland, Kansas City, San Juan, and even a couple of the cooler East Hampton galleries thrown in for good measure. And so it begins.

See the full 2015 NADA New York Exhibitor List: 

Exhibitor List:
1/9 unosunove, Rome
247365, Brooklyn
ACME., Los Angeles
Adams and Ollman, Portland
Alden Projects, New York
The Apartment, Vancouver
ART 3, Brooklyn
Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York
Rod Bianco Gallery, Oslo
Joseé Bienvenu Gallery, New York
Bischoff Projects, Frankfurt am Main
bitforms gallery, New York
Bodega, New York
Bill Brady Gallery, Kansas City
Callicoon Fine Arts, New York
CCA Wattis Institute For Contemporary Arts, San Francisco
Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Paris
Clages, Cologne
Courtney Blades, Chicago
Division Gallery, Montreal
DUVE, Berlin
Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles
Eleven Rivington, New York
Entrée, Bergen
Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran, Montreal
Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto
Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton
Formato Comodo, Madrid
Greene Exhibitions, Los Angeles
half gallery, New York
Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton
Jack Hanley Gallery, New York
The Hole, New York
Independent Curators International, New York
Invisible-Exports, New York
The Journal Gallery, Brooklyn
Nicole Klagsbrun, New York
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York
Kiria Koula, San Francisco
Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne
Louis B. James, New York
LOYAL, Stockholm
ltd los angeles, Los Angeles
LUCE Gallery, Turin
M+B, Los Angeles
Marlborough Chelsea, New York
Kai Matsumiya, New York
Minerva, Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara
David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis
Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City
Rawson Projects, New York
Regina Rex, New York
David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen
Samsøn Projects, Boston
Federica Schiavo Gallery, Rome
Shulamit Gallery, Venice
Soloway, Brooklyn
Sorry We’re Closed, Brussels
Space in Between, London
Springsteen, Baltimore
Jacky Strenz, Frankfurt
The Sunday Painter, London
Talcual Gallery, Mexico City
Michael Thibault, Los Angeles
TORRI, Paris

Project List:
Parmer at Abrons Arts Center, New York
christian berst art brut, Paris
Chapter NY, New York
East Hampton Shed, East Hampton
Ed. Varie, New York
Essex Flowers, New York
Et al., San Francisco
Grand Century, New York
helper, Brooklyn
Honey Ramka, Brooklyn
Jackie Klempay, Brooklyn
Kunsthall Oslo, Oslo
LAINE LA, Los Angeles
Kristen Lorello, New York
LYNX, Oslo
Magic Flying Carpets, New York
Microscope Gallery, Brooklyn
P!, New York
Queer Thoughts, New York
Sardine, Brooklyn
Shoot The Lobster, New York
Signal, Brooklyn
Smart Objects, Los Angeles
U.S. Blues, Brooklyn
Water McBeer, Brooklyn
What Pipeline, Detroit
Young Art, Los Angeles

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