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9th edition of NADA Miami Beach

The New Art Dealers Alliance announces the 9th annual NADA Miami Beach on December 1st through December 4th at the Deauville Beach Resort (6701 Collins Ave) in its expansive Napoleon, Richelieu, and Le Jardin Ballrooms. NADA Miami Beach is recognized as the preeminent fair featuring the world’s most significant emerging art galleries from over 30 cities worldwide. The fair is prominently recognized for celebrating new and innovative contemporary art from rising talents around the globe.

In an effort to accommodate the tremendous response from the 2010 fair, NADA has expanded to the Deauville’s third ballroom, called Le Jardin. This year the fair offers three booth sizes, giving NADA exhibitors a variety of options in designing their presentations. NADA Miami Beach will again present a new roster of NADA Projects – an invitational developed to showcase new, innovative and idiosyncratic programs.

The SwingArt Award, presented for the third consecutive season by NADA and Grolsch, commissions an artwork from a living artist working in the United States to design a graphic for a limited edition collectible Grolsch bottles. This year’s SwingArt Award winner, Jiae Hwang, will have her artwork featured on 1,615 bottles that will be gifted to Opening Preview Guests.

The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is a not for profit organization dedicated to lending support and encouragement to those who work with new contemporary and emerging art. NADA members include galleries, gallery directors, non-profit art spaces, art advisors, curators, writers, museum and other art professionals from around the world. To date, NADA has 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.

NADA Miami Beach 2011 will include:
Argentina, Buenos Aires: Ignacio Liprandi Arte Contemporáneo; Belgium, Brussels: Sorry We’re Closed; Canada, Toronto: Jessica Bradley Art + Projects, MKG127; Vancouver: Blanket Contemporary Art Inc.; Germany, Berlin: Galerie Ben Kaufmann, Lüttgenmeijer; Cologne: Galerie Christian Lethert, Schmidt & Handrup; Dusseldorf: VAN HORN; Frankfurt: Parisa Kind, Jacky Strenz; Ireland, Dublin: mother’s tankstation; Italy, Milan: BRAND NEW GALLERY, Conduits; Turin: Galleria Franco Soffiantino; Japan, Tokyo: MISAKO & ROSEN, Take Ninagawa; Mexico, Zapopan: Curro & Poncho; Norway, Oslo: LAUTOM; Switzerland, Geneva: ribordy contemporary; Gstaad: Patricia Low Contemporary; Zurich: Rotwand; The Netherlands, Amsterdam: GALERIE GABRIEL ROLT; Turkey, Istanbul: NON; United Kingdom, Gateshead: Workplace Gallery; London: Josh Lilley, Seventeen, Studio Voltaire, Jonathan Viner; USA, Brooklyn: FRANKLIN FURNACE; Chicago: Shane Campbell Gallery, Corbett vs. Dempsey LLC; Cincinnati: Country Club; Los Angeles: AMBACH + RICE, THE COMPANY, Francois Ghebaly Gallery, ltd los angeles, Mihai Nicodim Gallery, Nye + Brown; Miami: Locust Projects; Milwaukee: The Green Gallery; New York: 47 Canal, American Contemporary Inc., Artis, Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, Brennan & Griffin, Bureau, Callicoon Fine Arts, CANADA, Clifton Benevento, Lisa Cooley, Cumulus Studios, Eleven Rivington, Derek Eller Gallery, Thomas Erben Gallery, ESSEX STREET, Feature Inc., Fitzroy Gallery, Foxy Production, James Fuentes LLC, Laurel Gitlen, Golden Gallery, Jack Hanley Gallery, The Hole, Horton Gallery, Invisible-Exports, Nicole Klagsbrun, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, Leo Koenig Inc., KS Art, Newman Popiashvili Gallery, On Stellar Rays, Simon Preston, RAMIKEN CRUCIBLE, Renwick Gallery, Kate Werble Gallery, West Street Gallery, White Columns, Rachel Uffner Gallery; Richmond: Ada Gallery; San Francisco: Altman Siegel Gallery, Ratio 3, Silverman.

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