2019 marks a revolution in the format of the New Art Dealers Alliance. With New York Gallery Open, NADA brings visitors, collectors, curators, and critics into over 50 art galleries, non-profits and alternative spaces around New York City during the week of March 4–10, 2019. The initiative is an opportunity to cultivate new audiences both locally and internationally.
The event includes a series of guided tours, artist talks, performances, dinners, and VIP events, NADA aims to cultivate a renewed sense of energy, viewership and patronage within these critical spaces.
New York Gallery Open Participating Galleries:
17ESSEX, 56 Henry, 321 Gallery, Asya Geisberg Gallery, Assembly Room, Baby Company, Bodega, Brennan & Griffin, Bureau, Callicoon Fine Arts, Chapter NY, Company, CUE Art Foundation, Deli Gallery, Denny Dimin Gallery, Derek Eller Gallery, Disturb The Neighbors, False Flag, FIERMAN, Fisher Parrish Gallery, Foxy Production, Fridman Gallery, Geary, Golestani, Helena Anrather, Howl! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project, Invisible-Exports, Jack Barrett, Johannes Vogt Gallery, Josée Bienvenu Gallery, Kai Matsumiya, Kate Werble Gallery, Kerry Schuss, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Kristen Lorello, Koenig & Clinton, La MaMa La Galleria, LMAKgallery, Larrie, L’Inconnue, ltd los angeles, Lyles & King, Marinaro, Martos Gallery, Microscope Gallery, Mitchell Algus Gallery, Mrs., Ochi Projects, Patron, PROXYCO, Rachel Uffner Gallery, Sapar Contemporary, Sears Peyton Gallery, Shane Campbell Gallery, Shoot the Lobster, Shrine, Signs and Symbols, Simon Preston Gallery, Simone Subal, Situations, Step Sister, White Columns
New York Gallery Open by NADA
March 4-10, 2019
New York City
- Greg Breda, Flood, 2018. Represented by Patron Gallery