The 2015 ADAA Art Show Will Have 72 Galleries

Park Avenue Armory. Photo: Oh How Civilized.

Never mind that the madness of Art Basel in Miami Beach is still more than two months off (see “Art Basel in Miami Beach 2014 Boasts an Intimidating 267 Galleries“); the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) Art Show is already looking ahead to Armory Week, and is the first of that week’s fairs to announce its slate of exhibitors for next year’s event.

When the Art Show hits New York’s Park Avenue Armory, March 4–8, 2015, it will mark its 27th edition, making it the country’s longest running fine art fair. The event’s 72 dealers, six of which will be participating for the first time, will each present a curated selection of work, with solo, two-person, and themed booth exhibitions.

The Art Show is organized by the ADAA, and will benefit the Henry Street Settlement. Though many fairs have decamped to Frieze Week in May, the Art Show still has plenty of competition earlier in the year.

ADAA president Dorsey Waxter remains confident in the Art Fair’s ability to rise above the fray, saying in a press release that even “given the proliferation of art fairs, ADAA’s fair remains unique. Whether it is a solo or two-person show, or a thematic presentation, each booth at the Art Show is a finely curated exhibition. ADAA dealers conceive and install significant exhibits at our fair and use it as an opportunity to advance their gallery’s vision.”

Visitors can look forward to Wade Guyton at Petzel Gallery, Tracey Emin at Lehmann Maupin, and a historical Nam June Paik show at Carl Solway Gallery. Peter Freeman, Inc. and Fraenkel Gallery will team up for a self portraiture exhibition titled “Mirror/Mirror,” while Maxwell Davidson Gallery will focus on Op art in “The Responsive Eye at 50.”

The list of exhibiting galleries at the Art Show 2015:

303 Gallery
Acquavella Galleries, Inc.
George Adams Gallery
Adler & Conkright Fine Art
Alexander and Bonin
Brooke Alexander, Inc.
John Berggruen Gallery
Marianne Boesky Gallery
Tanya Bonakdar
Janet Borden, Inc.
Bortolami
Valerie Carberry Gallery
Cheim & Read
James Cohan Gallery
Thomas Colville Fine Art
Conner-Rosenkranz LLC
CRG Gallery
Maxwell Davidson Gallery
Tibor de Nagy Gallery
Richard L. Feigen & Co.
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc.
Forum Gallery
Fraenkel Gallery
Peter Freeman, Inc.
Galerie St. Etienne
James Goodman Gallery
Marian Goodman Gallery
Howard Greenberg Gallery
Hirschl & Adler Galleries
Rhona Hoffman Gallery
Paul Kasmin Gallery
Sean Kelly Gallery
Anton Kern Gallery
Kohn Gallery
Barbara Krakow Gallery
Hans P. Kraus Jr. Inc.
Greg Kucera Gallery
Lehmann Maupin
Galerie Lelong
Dominique Lévy Gallery
Jeffrey H. Loria & Co., Inc.
Luhring Augustine
Matthew Marks Gallery
Mary-Anne Martin | Fine Art
Barbara Mathes Gallery
McKee Gallery
Anthony Meier Fine Arts
Menconi + Schoelkopf Fine Art LLC
Mnuchin Gallery
David Nolan Gallery
P-P-O-W
Pace Gallery
Pace/MacGill Gallery
Pace Prints & Pace Primitive
Petzel
Salon 94
Marc Selwyn Fine Art
Susan Sheehan Gallery
Manny Silverman Gallery
Fredric Snitzer Gallery
Carl Solway Gallery
Sperone Westwater
Allan Stone Projects
Van de Weghe Fine Art
Van Doren Waxter/Eleven Rivington
Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects
Meredith Ward Fine Art
Washburn Gallery
Michael Werner
Yares Art Projects
Pavel Zoubok Gallery
David Zwirner


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