The ADAA Art Show opens at the Park Avenue Armory in Manhattan’s Upper East Side with a Gala Preview Wednesday, February 27, 2019, from $175. The show runs Thursday-Sunday, February 28 to March 3, 2019. $25
ADAA Art Dealers Association of America
The ADAA is the trade association of America’s leading art dealers. The work at some art fairs is hit and miss, but The Art Show presents the best of the best.
Henry Street Settlement Benefit
The Art Show admissions and Gala Preview benefit Henry Street Settlement, a community social services organization in Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
The Art Show
About half of the exhibitors prepare solo artist exhibitions so each booth is like a gallery exhibition.
The Art Show isn’t just a chance to see great art, it’s an opportunity to meet with America’s leading art dealers. The Gala Preview is also a popular social event for New York City collectors and socialites.
The Art Show 2019
Seventy-two ADAA members are exhibiting.
New this year is an Upper East Side Gallery Walk through over 25 ADAA member galleries in the Upper East Side on Saturday, March 2 from 3-5pm.
You can find work by Latin artists throughout the Fair. These galleries or exhibitions have various relationships with the Latin world.
Barbara Mathes Gallery (New York)
Showing modern and contemporary art about the persistence of nature, including work by Jean Dubuffet (French, 1901-1985).
Bortolami Gallery (New York)
The gallery of Italian-born art dealer Stefania Bortolami.
Castelli Gallery (New York)
The legacy of legendary Italian-American contemporary art dealer Leo Castelli returns to the fair after a long absence.
Hauser & Wirth (New York)
Showing a solo presentation by multimedia artist Roberto Cuoghi (Italian, 1973).
Hosfelt Gallery (San Francisco)
Showing a cabinet of abstract drawings by Marco Maggi (Uruguayan, 1957)
Jill Newhouse Gallery (New York)
Kayne Griffen Corcoran (Los Angeles)
Showing a solo exhibition of early work by American-born Italy-based sculptor Beverly Pepper (American, 1922).
Luxembourg & Dayan (New York)
Mary-Anne Martin Fine Art (New York)
New York’s leading Mexican art dealer is showing modern Mexican and Latin American paintings. Mary-Anne Martin built the Latin American auction practice at Sotheby’s.
Modernism (San Francisco)
Showing important works from the 1950s to 1970s by Jacques Villeglé (French, 1926).
Peter Freeman, Inc. (New York)
Showing work by Dove Allouche (French, 1972).
Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino (Houston, Texas)
Susan Inglet Gallery (New York)
Showing cut paper works by Brooklyn-based Afro-Puerto Rican artist Villalongo.
The Art Show Tickets
Tickets are available at the door and online at artdealers.org
Single Day: $25
Gala Preview: From $175
Park Avenue Armory
643 Park Ave, New York, NY 10065
(between 66th & 67th St)
Upper East Side, Manhattan
For more information, visit artdealers.org