October 28, 2005 - New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) - December 1-4, 2005 in Miami
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October 28, 2005

December 1-4, 2005 in Miami

The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA)

Fair Dates and Times
Thursday, December 1; 1pm to 7pm
Friday, December 2; 10am to 7pm
Saturday, December 3; Noon to 9pm
Sunday, December 4; 10am to 5pm

Venue:
The Ice Palace Film Studios
59 NW 14th Street
Miami, FL 33136
Admission is free and open to the public.

www.newartdealers.org/

The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) Art Fair will take place December 1-4, 2005 at the Ice Palace Film Studios in Miami. Last year, the NADA Art Fair established itself as a groundbreaking collaborative effort, bringing together many of the top innovative contemporary art galleries and non-profit spaces from around the world in Miami. The fair was conceived as a forum for the New Art Dealers Alliance to further achieve its goal of fostering a stronger community for the arts via collaboration and encouraging non-adversarial approaches to exhibiting and dealing art. The Ice Palace Film Studios is located at NW14th Street and N. Miami Avenue, due West of the Performing Arts Center and will feature approximately 83 galleries from 18 countries around the world, in addition to artists projects, publications, and events. With its open floor layout, high-roofed spaces and an expanded outdoor garden area, the Ice Palace will again provide a beautiful and unique setting for collectors, curators, and art enthusiasts alike.

Additionally, Fernwood Art Investments, LLC, the research and investment company focused on the art economy has officially announced its sponsorship of this third edition of the fair. Fernwood is dedicated to remaining on the cutting edge of art market trends and welcomes the opportunity to partner with NADA, a group that shares our commitment to innovation and new ideas, said Michael J. Plummer, President and Chief Operating Officer of Fernwood Art Investments. The relationship affirms Fernwoods reputation as a company that is interested in genuine and important concerns towards creating an art environment, which is diverse, vibrant, and progressive from the point of view of all concerned-artists, gallerists, collectors, and the general public.

The New Art Dealers Alliance would also like to thank New American Paintings and Open Studios Press (OSP) for their generous sponsorship of the 2005 fair catalogue.
Exhibitors for the NADA Art Fair 2005 include:

A Gentil Carioca, Rio de Janeiro – The Apartment, Athens – Art:Concept, Paris – ATM Gallery, New York – Galerie Catherine Bastide, Brussels – Bellwether, New York – Josee Bienvenu Gallery, New York – Black Dragon Society, Los Angeles – Broadway 1602, New York – Shane Campbell, Oak Park, IL – Canada, New York – Galerie Chez Valentin, Paris – Clementine, New York – Cohan and Leslie, New York – Galería Comercial, San Juan, Puerto Rico – John Connelly Presents, New York – Sorcha Dallas Gallery, Glasgow – Elizabeth Dee Gallery, New York – Derek Eller, New York – Zach Feuer Gallery, New York – Fortescue Avenue/Jonathan Viner, London – Foxy Production, New York – GAVLAK, Palm Beach – General Store, Milwaukee – Goff Rosenthal, New York – Mary Goldman, Los Angeles – Green on Red, Dublin – Grimm/Rosenfeld, New York/Munich – Guild & Greyshkul, New York – Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago – Hales Gallery, London – The Happy Lion, Los Angeles – Haswellediger Gallery, New York – Herald St., London – Hotel, London – IBID PROJECTS, London/Vilnius – Ingalls & Associates, Miami – Iris Kadel, Karlsruhe – Kaikai Kiki, Saitama/New York – Oliver Kamm 5BE Gallery, New York – Galerie Kamm, Berlin – Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, New York – Galerie Kleindienst, Leipzig – David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles – Galerie Kosak Hall, Vienna – KS Art, New York – Michael Lett, Auckland – Kate MacGarry, London – Maze Galleria, Torino – Hamish McKay Gallery, Wellington – Mogadishni, Copenhagen – Momenta Art, Brooklyn – Murray Guy, New York – Jessica Murray Projects, New York – Newman Popiashvili Gallery (Suite 106), New York – NOGUERASBLANCHARD, Barcelona – Lizabeth Oliveria Gallery, Los Angeles – Participant, New York – Raster, Warsaw – Ratio 3, San Francisco – Daniel Reich Gallery, New York – Rivington Arms, New York – Roebling Hall, New York/Brooklyn – Rocket Projects, Miami – Samson Projects, Boston – Schroeder Romero, Brooklyn – Sister, Los Angeles – Nils Staerk Contemporary Art, Copenhagen – STANDARD, Oslo – Store, London – Galerie Olaf Stüber, Berlin – Sutton Lane, London – Tal Esther Gallery, Tel Aviv – Transmission Gallery, Glasgow – Upstream Gallery, Amsterdam – Wallspace Gallery, New York – White Columns, New York – Galleri Christina Wilson, Copenhagen – Jan Winkelmann, Berlin – Hiromi Yoshii, Tokyo – Zero, Milan – ZieherSmith, New York – Zink & Gegner, Munich

Nada is also pleased to announce that Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), the New York-based nonprofit that is one of the world’s leading resources for video art and new media, will screen new and classic video works from its extensive collection at the fair this year.
Fair Dates and Times
Thursday, December 1; 1pm to 7pm
Friday, December 2; 10am to 7pm
Saturday, December 3; Noon to 9pm
Sunday, December 4; 10am to 5pm
Venue:
The Ice Palace Film Studios
At NW 14th Street and N. Miami Avenue
(59 NW 14th Street)
Miami, FL 33136

Admission is free and open to the public.

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About The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA)

NADA was founded in late 2002 by Sheri L. Pasquarella (Principal, SLP Art Culture Commerce, Ltd.), John Connelly (John Connelly Presents), Zach Feuer (Co-Founder and Director, Zach Feuer Gallery) and Zach Miner, and has since grown to about 70 members, with members in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, London, Paris and Munich. The advisory panel for 2005-07 is: Claudia Altman-Siegel, Director, Luhring Augustine Gallery; Michael Gillespie, Foxy Production; Becky Smith, Bellwether Gallery; Michael Waugh, Momenta Art.

NADA is a collective of professionals in the arts. Our mission is to create an open flow of information, support and collaboration within our field and develop a stronger sense of community among our constituency. NADA believes that the adversarial approach to exhibiting and selling art has run its course and that change can be achieved through fostering constructive thought and open dialogue between various points in the art industry from large galleries to small, non-profit and commercial spaces alike.

The New Art Dealers Alliance is a 501c-6 not-for-profit organization, registered in the State of New York. We wish to thank Russell LaMontagne/The Corinth Group for continued support. For more information about NADA please email nadanyc@hotmail.com.

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