NADA Announces New Initiative for 2019 Armory Week

NADA Announces New Initiative for 2019 Armory Week

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The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) plans to introduce a new initiative during New York’s upcoming Armory week. Rather than hold a 2019 fair, NADA announced last August that it would instead dedicate more resources to New York galleries. From March 4 to March 10, the nonprofit will present The New York Gallery Open, created to bring visitors, collectors, curators, and critics to over fifty galleries, nonprofits, and alternative spaces around New York City.

“In some ways, New York functions like a year-round art fair,” said NADA executive director Heather Hubbs. “Galleries host exhibitions which are open and accessible to the public all year. With the New York Gallery Open, we’re placing the focus on gallery exhibitions in their spaces across the city during the March Art Week. It’s in these essential places where galleries develop their programs.”

Participants in The New York Gallery Open will hold guided tours, artist talks, performances, dinners, and VIP events. In order to cultivate a renewed sense of energy, viewership, and patronage within these spaces, NADA has partnered with Collecteurs, a collector-driven online platform and public-benefit corporation, which will create a dedicated hub for the public to view artworks and editorial features about the galleries.

In addition to the New York-based galleries participating, NADA members from other cities will also take part in the event including Shane Campbell Gallery (Chicago), Golestani (Dusseldorf), L’INCONNUE (Montreal)—exhibiting across two ON CANAL spaces at 359 Canal and 361 Canal Street; Jack Barrett Gallery on 173 Henry Street, which is hosting seven out-of-town galleries, including NADA Members Good Weather (North Little Rock), LOYAL (Stockholm) and Franz Kaka (Toronto); Patron (Chicago), which will stage an exhibition at 213 Bowery; and ltd los angeles (Los Angeles), which will present works at 24A Orchard St. as part of the gallery share, Vacation. 

New York Gallery Open Participants:

56 Henry
321 Gallery
Mitchell Algus Gallery
Helena Anrather
Assembly Room
Baby Company
Jack Barrett
Josée Bienvenu
Brennan & Griffin
Callicoon Fine Arts
Shane Campbell Gallery
Chapter NY
CUE Art Foundation
Deli Gallery
Denny Dimin Gallery
Disturb the Neighbors
Derek Eller Gallery
False Flag
Fisher Parrish
Foxy Production
Fridman Gallery
Asya Geisberg Gallery
Howl! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery
Koenig & Clinton
La MaMa La Galleria
Kristen Lorello
ltd los angeles
Lyles & King
Martos Gallery
Kai Matsumiya
Microscope Gallery
Ochi Projects
Simon Preston
Sapar Contemporary
Kerry Schuss
Sears Peyton Gallery
Shoot the Lobster
Signs and Symbols
Simone Subal
Step Sister
Rachel Uffner
Johannes Vogt Gallery
Kate Werble Galler
Luke Stettner
83 Vandam Street
White Columns



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