NADA Art Fair Miami 2008

The Ice Palace
3 t/m 7 december 2008

1400 North Miami Avenue
FL 33136 Miami


The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is pleased to present the 6th edition of the NADA Art Fair in Miami. Featuring 88 emerging art galleries from 19 countries, the NADA Art Fair is renowned for its diverse, high quality group of exhibitors as well as its unique atmosphere in the vast sound stages and gardens of the Ice Palace Studios. The fair is free and open to the public from Wednesday, December 3 to Sunday, December 7, 2008. Shuttle service will be available from South Beach to the Ice Palace for the duration of the fair and the Opening Night Preview.

This year's schedule begins on Tuesday, December 2nd at 4pm, with the opening night preview benefiting New Museum, New York and sponsored by Banana Republic. For the past two years the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) Art Fair Preview, benefiting New Museum, has been one of Miami's hottest tickets in December and this year's preview will be no exception.
The NADA Art Fair Preview celebrates what NADA and the New Museum are all about: the next generation of artists and what is happening now in contemporary art around the globe. Individual tickets for the preview benefit and concert are available to purchase online at, or at the door.

Banana Republic, in honor of their sponsorship, will be producing six exclusive limited edition tote bags featuring artwork from six artists exhibiting at the NADA Art Fair 2008: Chris Caccamise from Eleven Rivington, Kon Trubkovich from Museum 52, Slawek Pawszak from Czarna Galeria, Olivier Babin from Frank Elbaz Gallery, Shinro Ohtake from Take Ninagawa and William O'Brien from Shane Campbell Gallery. These tote bags will be sold at the opening night benefit and throughout the run of the fair. Banana Republic has generously donated all the tote bags to NADA and New Museum, who will retain 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the totes to support their organizations.

Exhibitor List (* indicates first time exhibitor):
Amsterdam: Galerie Juliette Jongma, Galerie Gabriel Rolt, Upstream Gallery, Martin Van Zomeren/gmvz
Antwerp: Office Baroque Gallery*
Berlin: Galerie Sandra Bürgel*, COMA Center for Opinions in Music & Art*, Galerie Ben Kaufmann, Klemm's
Boston: LaMontagne Gallery
Brooklyn: Klaus Von Nichtssagend Gallery
Bucharest: Andreiana Mihail Gallery
Cincinnati: Country Club*
Chicago: Shane Campbell Gallery, Kavi Gupta Gallery (Berlin), Rowley Kennerk Gallery*, Western Exhibitions*
Cologne: Figge Von Rosen Galerie*
Dublin: Green on Red, Mother's Tankstation
Edinburg: doggerfisher*
Frankfurt: Galerie Parisa Kind, Jacky Strenz*
Gateshead: Workplace Gallery
Geneva: Arquebuse*, Evergreene
London: Ancient & Modern, Laura Bartlett*, Brown, Museum 52, IBID PROJECTS, Studio Voltaire
Los Angeles: Parker Jones*, Kim Light/Light Box*, Mihai Nicodim Gallery*, Overduin and Kite*
Madrid: Travesia Cuatro*
Malmö: Elastic
Mexico City: Myto
Milan: KLERKX*, Francesca Minini*
New York: ATM Gallery, Nicelle Beauchene Gallery*, Bellwether Gallery, Joseé Bienvenu Gallery, CANADA, Cohan and Leslie, Lisa Cooley Fine Art*, Derek Eller Gallery, Eleven Rivington, Fruit and Flower Deli (Berlin*, James Fuentes, ANDREAS GRIMM (Munich), Guild & Greyshkul, Hudson Franklin*, Nicole Klagsbrun Gallery, Murray Guy, Simon Preston*, Monya Rowe*, André Schlechtriem (Berlin), Small A Projects, Sunday L.E.S., THIERRY GOLDBERG PROJECTS*, White Columns, ZieherSmith
Paris: Cardenas Bellanger, Galerie Chez Valentin, Galerie Frank Elbaz, Galerie Laurent Godin*
Philadelphia: CerealArt
Prague: Hunt Kastner
Rome: Monitor Video & Contemporary Art
San Francisco: Jack Hanley Gallery (New York)*, Jancar Jones*, Ratio 3, Triple Base*
Tokyo: Misako & Rosen*, gallery.sora., Take Ninagawa
Toronto: Greener Pastures Contemporary Art*
Vancouver: Blanket Contemporary Art*
Vienna: Layr Wuestenhagen Contemporary
Warsaw: Czarna Galeria*, lokal_30
Zurich: Groeflin Maag Galerie*, BolteLang*, Karma International

Publication/Edition Section:
Aesthetica Magazine, Afterall, ANP Quarterly, Art in America, APT Insight/Artist Pension Trust (APT), Art Lies, ArtReview:, Beautiful/Decay, Capricious Publishing, FIFI Projects, Heeb Magazine, ICONOCLAST EDITIONS, Imperfect Articles, the journal, MAP Magazine, Monofonus Press, Museo Magazine, PictureBox, Proximity/Golden Age, SITEmagazine, tar magazine/tar art, THE THING, TOKION, USELESS magazine, Whitehot Magazine of Contemporary Art, Wynwood Magazine, X-TRA.

About NADA:
The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is a not-for-profit collective of professionals working with contemporary art. To date, our initiatives have succeeded on two fronts: making the contemporary arts more accessible for the general public, and creating opportunities that nurture the growth of emerging artists, curators, and galleries. The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) Art Fair was established in an effort to further pursue these initiatives and to present an alternative opportunity for exploring new or underexposed art that is not typical of the art establishment.

About New Museum:
Founded in 1977, the New Museum is Manhattan's only dedicated contemporary art museum and among the most respected internationally, with a curatorial program known for its global scope and adventurousness. As the New Museum celebrates its second year in its new building at 235 Bowery, it remains committed to presenting new art and new ideas. On October 8, the Museum will premiere "Live Forever: Elizabeth Peyton", the first survey of the first survey of the artists paintings, drawings, and prints. Banana Republic is the Global Lead Sponsor of the presentation and tour of "Live Forever: Elizabeth Peyton."

Deelnemers van deze site (er kunnen meer exposanten zijn)

Figge von Rosen Galerie  Köln  
Galerie Gabriel Rolt  Amsterdam  
Galerie Juliètte Jongma  Amsterdam  
Office Baroque Gallery  Brussel  
Bekijk expositieOwen Land en Davis Rhodes
3/12 - 7/12/2008
Upstream Gallery  Amsterdam  
Bekijk expositieBijl, Jongeleen, Haines, Ophuis, Rudolph, Salazar en Wood
3/12 - 7/12/2008
Martin van Zomeren  Amsterdam  

Geëxposeerde kunstenaars (er kunnen veel meer zijn)

Marc Bijl
Upstream Gallery
David Haines
Upstream Gallery
Jeroen Jongeleen
Upstream Gallery
Owen Land
Office Baroque Gallery
Ronald Ophuis
Upstream Gallery
Davis Rhodes
Office Baroque Gallery
Dennis Rudolph
Upstream Gallery
Pepo Salazar
Upstream Gallery
Lucy Wood
Upstream Gallery