Thematic Shows and Solo Exhibitions to Be Highlighted at 2015 ADAA Show

The Art Show opened at the Park Avenue Armory with a gala preview on Wednesday. Photo: Timothy Lee Photography.
The Art Show opened at the Park Avenue Armory with a gala preview on Wednesday. Photo: Timothy Lee Photography.

By now, the art world’s Art Basel Miami Beach-induced art hangover should finally be subsiding—so naturally it’s time to start gearing up for the next big art fair: the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) Art Show, which has just announced its exhibitor programming for the upcoming March event.

Held in the Park Avenue Armory, March 4–8, 2015, the Art Show’s 27th edition will benefit the Henry Street Settlement, as in year’s past. The fair’s 72 dealers will offer 35 solo shows and 37 thematic exhibitions (see “The 2015 ADAA Art Show Will Have 72 Galleries“).

Among the expected highlights are a trio of shows featuring female artists in their 90s: Tibor de Nagy Gallery will offer paintings by Jane Freilicher, who died earlier this week; artwork and ephemera from Saloua Raouda Choucair will be shown by CRG Gallery; and Etel Adnan’s paintings and accordion-fold books will take center stage at Galerie Lelong.

The Art Show plans to present several site-specific installations, with Haim Steinbach’s sculptures featuring arranged objects appearing at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, and Petzel offering a series of Wade Guyton drawings displayed inside custom-made vitrines. Among the event’s themed shows will be “Mirror/Mirror,” a collaborative two-booth effort from Peter Freeman, Inc. and Fraenkel Gallery with self-portraits from Mel Bochner, Constantin Brancusi, Thomas Schütte, and Diane Arbus, among others; and a look back at the history of Op Art at Maxwell Davidson Gallery’s “The Responsive Eye at 50.”

Solo and Two-Person Exhibitions

303 Gallery, Maureen Gallace
George Adams Gallery, Joan Brown
Alexander and Bonin, Ree Morton
Marianne Boesky Gallery, “The Botanicals” by Donald Moffett
Tanya Bonakdar Gallery, Haim Steinbach
Janet Borden, Inc., Jan Groover
Bortolami, Claudio Parmiggiani
Cheim & Read, Al Held
James Cohan Gallery, Michelle Grabner
CRG Gallery, Saloua Raouda Choucair
Tibor de Nagy Gallery, Jane Freilicher
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc., Brodsky and Utkin
Sean Kelly Gallery, Antony Gormley
Anton Kern Gallery, Marcel Odenbach
Greg Kucera Gallery, David Byrd
Lehmann Maupin, “Limerence” by Tracey Emin
Galerie Lelong, Etel Adnan
Luhring Augustine, Michelangelo Pistoletto
Anthony Meier Fine Arts, Sarah Cain
David Nolan Gallery, Christina Ramberg
P• P• O• W, Anton van Dalen
Pace Gallery, Jim Dine
Petzel, Wade Guyton
Salon 94, Lorna Simpson
Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Lee Mullican
Manny Silverman Gallery, Sam Francis
Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Alice Aycock
Carl Solway Gallery, Nam June Paik
Sperone Westwater, Barry X Ball
Allan Stone Projects, John Graham
Van de Weghe Fine Art, Pablo Picasso
Van Doren Waxter/Eleven Rivington, Al Held and Michael DeLucia
Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Nicola Tyson and Elizabeth Neel
Meredith Ward Fine Art, John Marin
David Zwirner, Forrest Bess

Thematic Exhibitions

ACA Galleries, “Layered Luminescence: Masterworks of Egg Tempera”
Acquavella Galleries, Inc., “Three Modern Schools: Paris, London and New York”
Adler & Conkright Fine Art, “Latin Americans Abroad in the Sixties: Why Did They Go; Where Did They Go; Who Did They Meet and What Did They See?”
Brooke Alexander, Inc., “Four Defining Artists of Composition, Color, and Form: Josef Albers, Ellsworth Kelly, Donald Judd, and Barnett Newman”
John Berggruen Gallery, “Chuck Close, Mark di Suvero, Donald Judd, Yayoi Kusama, Richard Serra, Joel Shapiro, Ed Ruscha, and others”
Valerie Carberry Gallery, “Hard-Edge Abstraction at Mid Century: Charles Biederman, José de Rivera, Burgoyne Diller, Leon Polk Smith, and Tony Smith”
Thomas Colville Fine Art, “James Abbott McNeill Whistler and Artists Influenced by Him”
Conner • Rosenkranz LLC, “The Story of American Sculpture in the 19th and 20th Century: Hiram Powers, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Carl Akeley, Sidney Gordin, and Others”
Maxwell Davidson Gallery, “The Responsive Eye at 50: Op-art’s Imprint on the Art World”
Richard L. Feigen & Co., “Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, and Pop Art: the Ray Johnson Estate, Max Beckmann, Joseph Cornell, Jean Dubuffet, Max Ernst, Roberto Matta, James Rosenquist, Ed Ruscha, and early works by Frank Stella”
Forum Gallery, “Contemporaneous Paintings and Drawings by John Graham, Arshile Gorky and Willem de Kooning”
Fraenkel Gallery, “Mirror / Mirror: A Collaboration with Peter Freeman, Inc. Presenting Only Self-Potraits”
Peter Freeman, Inc., “Mirror / Mirror: A Collaboration with Fraenkel Gallery Presenting Only Self-Portraits”
Galerie St. Etienne, “German Expressionists: Max Beckmann, Otto Dix, George Grosz, Gustav Klimt, Käthe Kollwitz, Egon Schiele, and Others”
James Goodman Gallery, “Works by Modern and Contemporary Masters: Avery, Arp, Calder, Dubuffet, Miro, Matisse, Picasso, and Others”
Marian Goodman Gallery, “Arte Povera: Anselmo, Paolini and Penone”
Howard Greenberg Gallery, “Abstract Photography of the 20th Century: Siskind, Man Ray, Funke, Sudek, and Others”
Hirschl & Adler Modern, “Winold Reiss and Jazz Age Modernism: Winold Reiss with Romare Bearden, Stuart Davis, and Others”
Rhona Hoffman Gallery, “Works on Paper 1968 to the Present: Sol LeWitt, Fred Sandback, Spencer Finch, Hamish Fulton, and Others”
Paul Kasmin Gallery, “Sculpture by Constantin Brancusi, Max Ernst and Les Lalanne”
Kohn Gallery, “California Artists: Wallace Berman, Bruce Conner, Joe Goode, and Lita Albuquerque”
Barbara Krakow Gallery, “Two Ways of Looking Through Reality: George Segal, Sol LeWitt, Liliana Porter, and Others”
Dominique Lévy Gallery, “Artists Associated with Group ZERO: Günther Uecker, Enrico Castellani, Yves Klein, and Others”
Jeffrey H. Loria & Co., Inc., “Spanning the Career of Fernand Léger and Artists Influenced by Him”
Matthew Marks Gallery, “Jasper Johns, Fischli and Weiss, Robert Gober, Ellsworth Kelly, Brice Marden, Charles Ray, and Others”
Mary-Anne Martin/Fine Art, “20th Century Mexican and Latin American Artists: Parisian Influences on Modern Art”
Barbara Mathes Gallery, “Uncanny Geometries: Robert Mangold, Jan Dibbets, Peter Alexander, and Ron Davis”
McKee Gallery, “Vija Celmins, Marcel Eichner, Philip Guston, Richard Learoyd, and others”
Menconi + Schoelkopf Fine Art, LLC, “Historical Survey of 10 Works of Early Modernism from the Ashcan School to the New York School”
Mnuchin Gallery, “Abstraction Works Prior to 1975″
Pace/MacGill Gallery, “20th and 21st Century Night Photography: Harry Callahan, Emmet Gowin and others”
Pace Prints & Pace Primitive, “Late Prints of Henri Matisse 1930s-‘40s, Pablo Picasso 1930s-‘60s, and others”
Susan Sheehan Gallery, “Prints and Works on Paper by Postwar Artists: Kelly, Marden, Twombly, Diebenkorn, and others”
Washburn Gallery, “Red Hot and Blue: Ilya Bolotowsky, Ray Parker, Jackson Pollock, and others”
Michael Werner, “Selection of Gallery Artists”
Yares Art Projects, “50 Years + 50 Artists of Riva Yares Gallery: Milton Avery, Lee Krasner, Morris Louis, and others”
Pavel Zoubok Gallery, “Object Lesson: Transformation of Commercially Fabricated Objects in 13 Artists’ Sculptural Works”


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