Who’s Showing at NADA New York 2016?

They come from as far as Tokyo and Melbourne.

Inside NADA New York.

More than a hundred dealers from around the globe are coming to the NADA New York art fair this year, which takes place in May on the Lower East Side during Frieze New York. The New Art Dealers Alliance, the nonprofit that organizes the fair, just announced the exhibitor list for this year.

The fair’s 105 exhibitors come from 44 cities in 18 different nations. Traveling the farthest are Maki Fine Arts, making the trip from Tokyo, and Minerva, coming from Sydney, Australia. Other far-flung galleries include Carbon 12, coming from Dubai, and Tempo Rubato, of Tel Aviv.

Fully half of those showing, 51, are first-time exhibitors. Those include Maki Fine Arts as well as Arredondo Arozarena (Mexico City), Kayne Griffin Corcoran (Los Angeles), Páramo (Guadalajara), and Stems Gallery (Brussels).

In addition to the galleries are project spaces including Water McBeer, a diorama-size gallery that shows tiny versions of existing artworks by various artists.

As in the past few years, the show takes place at Pier 36’s Basketball City, located at 299 South Street on the East River on the Lower East Side. The fair is open May 5-8; a $40 ticket gets you entry for the full run; $20 buys single-day access, or $10 if you’re a senior or a student.

1/9unosunove, Rome
11R, New York
247365, New York
Adams and Ollman, Portland
Alarcon Criado, Sevilla
Alden Projects™, New York
American Medium, Brooklyn
Arredondo \ Arozarena, Mexico City
Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York
Galerie Sébastien Bertrand, Geneva
Josée Bienvenu Gallery, New York
Bischoff Projects, Frankfurt
bitforms gallery, New York
Bodega, New York
Callicoon Fine Arts, New York
Carbon 12, Dubai
Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg/Paris
collicaligreggi, Catania
Cooper Cole, Toronto
Galerie Derouillon, Paris
Edel Assanti, London
Entrée, Bergen
Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran, Montreal
Espacio Minimo, Madrid
Feuer/Mesler, New York
fiebach, minninger, Cologne
Five Car Garage, Los Angeles
Formato Comodo, Madrid
Fridman Gallery, New York
Asya Geisberg Gallery, New York
Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York
Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton
Jack Hanley Gallery, New York
Hester, New York
Eric Hussenot, Paris
ICA & Glasgow International, London/ Glasgow
Invisible-Exports, New York
Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles
Kinman, London
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, New York
Lamb Arts, London
LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division), Los Angeles
the Landing, Los Angeles
Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne
ltd los angeles, Los Angeles
Lyles & King, New York
Maki Fine Arts, Tokyo
Norma Mangione Gallery, Torino
Marlborough Chelsea, New York
Mier Gallery, Los Angeles
Minerva, Sydney
Moran Bondaroff, Los Angeles
Neochrome, Torino
Or Gallery, Vancouver
Páramo, Guadalajara
Parisian Laundry, Montreal
Parrasch Heijnen Gallery, Los Angeles
Patron, Chicago
The Pit, Los Angeles
Berthold Pott, Cologne
Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City
Regina Rex, New York
Roberto Paradise, San Juan
Rod Bianco Gallery, Oslo
Room East, New York
Samsøn, Boston
Schmidt & Handrup, Cologne
Soloway, Brooklyn
Space In Between, London
Spinello Projects, Miami
Stems Gallery, Brussels
Galerie Joseph Tang, Paris
Tempo Rubato, Tel Aviv
Tomorrow, New York
Zieher Smith & Horton, New York

106 Green, Brooklyn
321 Gallery, Brooklyn
AALA Gallery, Los Angeles
Abrons Art Center, New York
albertz benda, New York
Boyfriends, Chicago
Casa Maauad, Mexico City
Cuevas Tilleard, New York
Cultural Counsel, New York
Daata Editions
Ed. Varie, New York
Essex Flowers, New York
Et al., San Francisco
Evelyn Yard, London
Good Weather, Little Rock
Hello Project, Houston
Institute 193, Lexington
Kunstraum, Brooklyn
Marginal Utility, Philadelphia
Motel, Brooklyn
Public Exhibitions, London
Roberta Pelan, Toronto
Safe Gallery, Brooklyn
Shoot The Lobster, New York
Signal, Brooklyn
Smart Objects, Los Angeles
SPF15, San Diego
Topless, Rockaway Beach
Transfer, Brooklyn
Water McBeer, Brooklyn

“The fifth edition of NADA New York will host more international exhibitors than ever,” says NADA director Heather Hubbs in a press release. “Through a combination of diverse galleries from all over the world, dynamic public programming, and experimental project booths, we look forward to another year of vibrant dialogue and expanded global perspective.”

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