Art Fairs

Here’s the Exhibitor List for the 2014 ADAA Art Show

The Art Show

The names of the 72 galleries exhibiting at the next iteration of the Art Dealer’s Association of America Art Show are out. There will be a lot of fresh blood at the fair, which is slated to run at the Park Avenue Armory from March 5-9 with a gala preview on March 4. New exhibitors include New York’s Acquavella Galleries, Inc., Alexander Gray Associates, Bortolami, Matthew Marks Gallery, Robert Miller Gallery, Mnuchin Gallery, Yancey Richardson Gallery, Salon 94, Skarstedt Gallery, Ltd. and Pavel Zoubok Gallery, among many others. Absences include Gladstone Gallery and Paul Kasmin Gallery, which participated last time but are not returning for this edition. The show, now in its 26th year, will benefit the Lower East Side’s Henry Street Settlement, which houses the Abrons Arts Center. Read More

Art Fairs

ADAA Art Show Releases Details of Dealers’ Booths

Troy Brauntuch, 'Untitled,' 1981. (Courtesy the artist and Petzel)

The Art Dealers Association of America today announced what dealers will be showing in their booths at it annual Art Show, which runs at the Park Avenue Armory from March 6 through 10 this year. Dealers typically present one-person shows or thematic programs, which offers a welcome change from the stuffed booths of many other art fairs. Read More

human resources

ADAA Names Dorsey Waxter President, New Officers, Directors

Waxter. (Courtesy ADAA)

The Art Dealers Association of American announced its new officers and board directors today, with Dorsey Waxter of the Midtown gallery Greenberg Van Doren appointed to the top job. (Greenberg Van Doren announced today that it will move to the Upper East Side and change its name to Van Doren Waxter.) Ms. Waxter will follow Lucy Mitchell-Innes, whose three-year term as president ends at the end of the his year. Read More

Armory Week 2012

Eli Broad, and No Boring Art, at the Art Show’s Glitzy Opening

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P.P.O.W.'s booth, with work by Hunter Reynolds.

You know you’ve got the evening’s top art ticket when the first people you see are Los Angeles-based megacollector Eli Broad and his wife Edythe. Last night Mr. Broad, who is building a private museum in downtown L.A., was among the first arrivals at the opening of the Art Show, the annual art fair of the Art Dealers Association of America. The event, which kicked off the fair-filled Armory Week, doubles as a benefit for the Henry Street Settlement. Read More