Who’s Showing at NADA New York 2017?

A hundred galleries sign on for a new time and location.

Inside NADA New York.

A hundred global galleries and projects will show their wares at NADA New York 2017, organized by the New Art Dealers Alliance.

The fair sees some significant changes, as it tries out a new date and new location. NADA New York 2017 is set to take place March 2–5, timed to the Armory Show; in past years, the fair coincided with Frieze New York, which falls in May. It will now set up shop at the Skylight Clarkson North, at 572 Washington Street, in West SoHo, rather than Basketball City, on the Lower East Side, where it happened previously. (NADA also organizes a Miami Beach fair, which had its 14th edition in 2016.)

Representing 37 cities in some 14 countries, the exhibitors come from as far as Tokyo and as near as the Lower East Side. Some 30 are first-time NADA exhibitors, including locals like Dutton and Fort Gansevoort as well as farther-flung freshmen like Klemm’s (Berlin) and Trapéz (Budapest).

Tickets cost $40 for the run of the show or $20 for a single day, with $10 tickets available for students and seniors.

The 2017 exhibitor list follows:

315 Gallery, Brooklyn
247365, New York
1/9unosunove, Rome
11R, New York
ada gallery, Richmond
Alden Projects™, New York
Jeff Bailey Gallery, Hudson
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York
Michael Benevento, Los Angeles
Galerie Sébastien Bertrand, Geneva
bitforms gallery, New York
Brennan & Griffin, New York
Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago
Canada, New York
Capital, San Francisco
Carbon 12, Dubai
China Art Objects Galleries, Los Angeles
Commonwealth & Council, Los Angeles
Company Gallery, New York
Cooper Cole, Toronto
Dutton, New York
Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran, Montréal
Ever Gold [Projects], San Francisco
Fazakas Gallery, Vancouver
Fort Gansevoort, New York
Galeria Agustina Ferreyra, San Juan
Feuer/Mesler, New York
Glasgow International, Glasgow
Halsey McKay Gallery, East Hampton
Jack Hanley Gallery, New York
Harper’s Books, East Hampton
Eric Hussenot, Paris
Parisa Kind, Frankfurt
Nicole Klagsbrun, New York
Klemm’s, Berlin
LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division), Los Angeles
the Landing, Los Angeles
Lefebvre et fils, Paris
Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne
Lower East Side Print Shop, New York
Ltd Los Angeles
Maki Fine Arts, Shinjuku-Ku
Marvin Gardens, Ridgewood
Microscope Gallery, Brooklyn
Mier Gallery, Los Angeles
Mobius, Bucharest
Moran Bondaroff, Los Angeles
Neochrome, Torino
Night Gallery, Los Angeles
Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham
Parisian Laundry, Montreal
Patron, Chicago
David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis
Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City
Rawson Projects, New York
Regina Rex, New York
Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco
Safe Gallery, Brooklyn
September, Hudson
Skibum MacArthur, Los Angeles
Signal, Brooklyn
Super Dakota, Brussels
Transfer x Mobius, Brooklyn
Philipp von Rosen, Cologne
Whitechapel Gallery, London

56 Henry, New York
106 Green, Brooklyn
321 Gallery, Brooklyn
Wil Aballe Art Projects | WAAP, Vancouver
Abrons Arts Center/Henry Street, New York
Document, Chicago
Ed. Varie, Los Angeles
Essex Flowers, New York
Et al., San Francisco
False Flag, New York
Fazakas Gallery, Vancouver
Field Editions, Liverpool
Five Car Garage, Los Angeles
Good Weather, North Little Rock
Gordon Robichaux, New York
Hometown, Brooklyn
Jonathan Hopson, Houston
L’inconnue, Montreal
Interface, Oakland
Kristen Lorello, New York
Marginal Utility, Philadelphia
Motel, Brooklyn
Mrs., Maspeth
Ochi Projects, Los Angeles
PAGE (NYC), New York
Projet Pangée, Montreal
Regards, Chicago
SculptureCenter, New York
Shoot the Lobster, New York
Shrine, New York
Theodore Art, Brooklyn
Trapéz, Budapest
Weiss Berlin, Berlin
Wingate Studio, Hinsdale
yours mine & ours, New York

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