Now NADA Exhibitions Can Be Explored on Artnet Galleries

Now through June 20, we're hosting the 180 members of the New Art Dealers Alliance members on Artnet.

Rachel Uffner Gallery installation view. Courtesy of Rachel Uffner.

Artnet Galleries is delighted to announce a partnership with the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA), the definitive non-profit arts organization dedicated to the cultivation, support, and advancement of new voices in contemporary art.

Now through June 20, we’ll be hosting exhibitions from 180 of NADA’s members in Artnet Galleries, where the galleries will be able to showcase artworks and receive inquiries.

See below for a few of the member gallery exhibitions on view— and don’t forget to explore the full breadth of participating galleries here. We’re also sharing information about the NADA Gallery Relief Fund at the bottom of this article, funds from which will go directly to support arts organizations in need.

 

Derek Eller Gallery:
Nancy Shaver, Ellen Lesperance, Melissa Brown, Karl Wirsum

Nancy Shaver, fastness, slowness and Monstrous Beauty, installation view at Derek Eller Gallery, New York. Courtesy of Derek Eller Gallery.

Charles Moffet Gallery:
Sean Donnola, Maggie Ellis

Sean Donnola, Untitled (2011). Courtesy of Charles Moffet Gallery.

Rachel Uffner Gallery:
Curtis Talwst Santiago

Curtis Talwst Santiago, Days are long the years are short (2020). Courtesy of Rachel Uffner Gallery.

Thomas Erben Gallery:
Harriet Korman, Dona Nelson, Mike Cloud, Yamini Nayar, Senga Nengudi

Thomas Erben Gallery installation view. Courtesy of Thomas Erben.

Kavi Gupta:
Roger Brown, Tony Tasset, Michael Joo

Kavi Gupta installation view. Courtesy of Kavi Gupta.

Raster:
Karolina Jabłońska, Janek Simon

Karolina Jabłońska, Legs Under the Table (2019). Courtesy of Raster.

NADA Gallery Relief Fund

The New Art Dealers Alliance has established the NADA Gallery Relief Fund, an initiative to offer grants supporting commercial art galleries, non-profits, and alternative spaces working with contemporary art that have been deeply impacted by the COVID-19 crisis.

As part of this initiative, some member galleries are sharing proceeds from artwork sales to the fund. Click here to learn more or consider making a contribution.


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