November 24, 2004 - New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) - December 2-5, 2004 in Miami
November 24, 2004

December 2-5, 2004 in Miami

The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) Art Fair
December 2-5, 2004 in Miami

The Ice Palace Film Studios
59 NW 14th Street
Miami, FL 33136

Contact: Heather Hubbs
The Nada Art Fair
nadanyc [​at​]

The New Art Dealers Alliance Inc. (NADA) announces the second annual NADA Art Fair in Miami, December 2-5, 2004. Last year, the NADA Art Fair established itself as a groundbreaking collaborative effort, bringing together 45 top innovative contemporary art galleries and non-profit spaces from around the world in Miami Beach. The fair was conceived as a forum for NADA 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. This December, NADA seeks to further this initiative with a larger show containing 60 exhibitors, at a new location, the Ice Palace Film Studios, located at 59 NW 14th Street in Miami. With open floored, high-roofed spaces and an outdoor garden, the Ice Palace will provide a beautiful and unique setting for collectors, curators, and art enthusiasts alike.

NADA is also pleased to announce the appointment of Heather Hubbs as the new Director of the NADA Art Fair. Heather was formerly Associate Director at Thomas Blackman & Associates in Chicago. There she instituted the International Invitational at Art Chicago, a special section focused on highlighting emerging, international contemporary art galleries. Heather also worked as Director of The Stray Show, an alternative art event also produced by TBA, since 2001.

Exhibitors for the NADA Art Fair 2004 include:
NADA members:
Allston Skirt, Boston
Angstrom Gallery, Dallas
Bellwether, NY
Clementine, NY
John Connelly Presents, NY
Derek Eller, NY
Foxy Production, NY
Sarah Gavlak Projects, Palm Beach
Mary Goldman, LA
Guild & Greyshkul, NY
Priska C. Juschka, Brooklyn
Oliver Kamm 5BE, NY
Mixture Contemporary, Houston
Momenta Art, Brooklyn
Jessica Murray Projects, NY
Van Harrison Gallery, Chicago
Participant, NY
Plus Ultra, Brooklyn
Daniel Reich, NY
Roebling Hall, Brooklyn
Lucas Schoormans, NY
Schroeder Romero, Brooklyn
Suite 106, NY
Taxter & Spengemann, NY
Wallspace, NY
ZieherSmith, NY
Galerie Zink & Gegner, Munich
Art Concept, Paris
Black Dragon Society, Los Angeles
Bodybuilder & Sportsman, Chicago
Branch, Carrboro, NC
Kevin Bruk Gallery, Miami
Canada, NY
Changing Role-Move Over Gallery, Naples
Cohan & Leslie, New York
Elizabeth Dee, New York
Goff & Rosenthal, NY
Grimm/Rosenfeld, Munich
Kavi Gupta Gallery, Chicago
Hales, London
The Happy Lion, Los Angeles
Richard Heller Gallery, Santa Monica
IBID Projects, London/Vilnius
Kate MacGarry, London
KS Art, NY
Lombard-Freid, NY
Mark Moore Gallery, Santa Monica
Murray Guy, New York
MW Projects, London
Perugi, Padova, Italy
Ratio 3, San Francisco
Ritter/Zamet, London
Rivington Arms, New York
Rocket Projects, Miami
Sister, Los Angeles
Staub(g*fzk), Zurich
Sutton Lane, London
Vilma Gold, London
Fair Dates and Times
Thursday December 2nd
1pm to 9pm

Friday & Saturday, December 3rd & 4th
Noon to 9pm

Sunday, December 5th
11am to 7pm
The Ice Palace Film Studios
59 NW 14th Street
Miami, FL 33136
Shuttle Buses:
There will be a shuttle bus running from the Convention Center in South Miami Beach to the Nada Art Fair at the Ice Palace Film Studios every day of the fair December 2-5, 2004. Please send an email to for further information about the shuttle service.


NADA was founded in late 2002 by Sheri L. Pasquarella (Director, Gorney Bravin + Lee), John Connelly (John Connelly Presents), Zach Feuer (Co-Founder and Director, LFL Gallery) and Zach Miner, and has since grown to about 50 members, with members in New York, Los Angeles, and Boston. The advisory panel for 2003-04 is: Elizabeth Burke, Clementine Gallery; Lia Gangitano, Participant Inc; Becky Smith, Bellwether Gallery; Mari Spirito, 303 Gallery.

NADA is a collective of professionals in the arts. Its mission is to create an open flow of information, support and collaboration in the arts in order to create a stronger sense of community. 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 dialogue between various points in the art industry from large galleries to small, non-profit and commercial spaces alike.

NADA is a non-profit, currently filing for Section 506-c and 503-f status, and is a member organization. For more information about NADA please email

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