NADA Miami Beach 2013

New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA)

October 8, 2013

December 5–8, 2013

Preview:Thursday, December 5, 10am–2pm (by special invitation)

The Deauville Beach Resort
6701 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33141
Thursday, December 5, 2pm–8pm
Friday, December 6, 11am–8pm
Saturday, December 7, 11am–8pm
Sunday, December 8, 11am–5pm
Admission: Free and open to the public                                                     

The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) presents NADA Miami BeachDecember 5 to 8, 2013, at the historic Deauville Beach Resort.

Free and open to the public, the nonprofit art fair continues to vigorously pursue its goal of showcasing the best of emerging contemporary art with exhibitors representing 28 cities from 14 different countries. The 2013 edition of the fair includes 25 international galleries with 20 first-time-exhibitors at NADA Miami Beach.

“NADA continues to focus on organic growth as a nonprofit organization—in terms of presentation quality and concept—as opposed to size,” observes Director Heather Hubbs. “In its 11th edition, NADA Miami Beach remains an integral opportunity for our constituency throughout the world to bring new ideas to the forefront of the art world’s largest stage.”

2013 exhibitor list:
Belgium, Brussels: Sorry We’re Closed; Canada, Vancouver: The Apartment; Estonia, Tallinn: Temnikova & Kasela; France, Paris: Galerie Joseph Tang; Germany, Berlin: Dan Gunn; Cologne: Blanket / Natalia Hug, Galerie Christian Lethert; Düsseldorf: LINN LÜHN; Frankfurt: Galerie Parisa Kind, Jacky Strenz; Ireland, Dublin: mother’s tankstation; Italy, Rome: FRUTTA, Federica Schiavo; Japan, Tokyo: Misako and Rosen, MUJIN-TO Production, XYZ Collective; Mexico, Mexico City: Yautepec; Puerto Rico, San Juan: Roberto Paradise; Romania, Cluj-Napoca: SABOT; Scotland, Glasgow: KENDALL KOPPE; United Kingdom, London: Josh Lilley, Seventeen, Rob Tuffnell, Jonathan Viner, House of Voltaire; USA, Brooklyn: 247365, C L E A R I N G, Devon Dikeou, The Journal, Know More Games, The Still House Group; Chicago: Shane Campbell; Kansas City: BILL BRADY KC; Los Angeles: Thomas Duncan, Freedman Fitzpatrick, Francois Ghebaly, International Art Objects, Mihai Nicodim, NIGHT GALLERY, Paradise Garage, Redling Fine Art, Young Art Miami: Locust Projects; Milwaukee: The Green Gallery; Minneapolis: David Petersen; New York: Alden Projects, American Contemporary, Nicelle Beauchene, Brennan and Griffin, Callicoon Fine Arts, CANADA, Churner and Churner, Clifton Benevento, Lisa Cooley, COPE CYBULSKI, Andrew Edlin, Eleven Rivington, Derek Eller, Thomas Erben, ESSEX STREET, Feature Inc., Zach Feuer, Foxy Production, Leslie Fritz, James Fuentes, Laurel Gitlen, Jack Hanley, The Hole, Horton Gallery, Independent Curators International (ICI), Invisible Exports, JTT, Klaus von Nichtssagend, David Lewis, Magic Flying Carpets, Marlborough Chelsea, Martos Gallery/Shoot the Lobster, P!, Eli Ping, Recess, ROOM EAST, Kerry Schuss, SculptureCenter, Joe Sheftel Gallery, Simone Subal Gallery, Rachel Uffner Gallery, Kate Werble Gallery, White Columns; Oakland: CREATIVE GROWTH; Portland: Adams and Ollman; San Francisco: Jessica Silverman Gallery

About NADA
Founded in 2002, New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(6) collective of professionals working with contemporary art. Its mission is to create an open flow of information, support, and collaboration within the arts field and to develop a stronger sense of community among its constituency. Through support and encouragement, NADA facilitates strong and meaningful relationships between its members working with new contemporary and emerging art. In addition, NADA hosts three fairs a year: Cologne, New York, and Miami Beach, which are free and open to the public.

Press contact:
Adam Abdalla / Andrea Walsh
Nadine Johnson & Associates
adam [​at​] / andrea [​at​]
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