• Nada, Pulse and Frieze: Spring Fairs Heat Up New York

    Date posted: April 17, 2012 Author: jolanta

    Spring art fairs kick off the first week in May here in New York.  Off the heels of March, this season is all about Nada, Frieze and Pulse. At the forefront are emerging galleries, project spaces and blue chips too.  This year is especially hot, considering that this is Nada’s first time in its 8 year history to present a NYC fair.  And artists and critics alike will love Frieze’s talks, which are lively debates about the state of contemporary art.  There is an influx of European art this year at Pulse as Cornell DeWitt comments “PULSE provides a unique platform for exhibitors from around the world to present artists ranging from the well-established, to undiscovered and emerging talents…

    “He is a curious and enigmatic character, simple yet complex, charming yet modest.”


    Ken Nicol “A Thousand Times Fuck Off” at the Nada Art Fair at The Deauville Hotel, 103 East 29th Street, Miami Beach, 2011. Photo Credit: Gavin Doyle

     

    Nada, Pulse and Frieze:  Spring Fairs Heat Up New York
    By NY Arts

     

    Spring art fairs kick off the first week in May here in New York.  Off the heels of March, this season is all about Nada, Frieze and Pulse. At the forefront are emerging galleries, project spaces and blue chips too.  This year is especially hot, considering that this is Nada’s first time in its 8 year history to present a NYC fair.  And artists and critics alike will love Frieze’s talks, which are lively debates about the state of contemporary art.  There is an influx of European art this year at Pulse as Cornell DeWitt comments “PULSE provides a unique platform for exhibitors from around the world to present artists ranging from the well-established, to undiscovered and emerging talents. Interestingly, given the financial uncertainty in Europe, we are seeing an increase in European galleries who are looking to access US-based audiences.”  Before the NY art world vacations in the Hamptons or visits Basel, make sure to see these fairs.

    NADA NYC

    The New Art Dealers Alliance is proud to announce that for the first time in it’s eight-year history, NADA will present a fair in New York City, as NADA NYC take place May 4th through 7th, 2012.

    1/9unosunove, Aanant & Zoo, Alden Projects, American Contemporary, Ancient & Modern, Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, Blanket Contemporary Art, Inc., Brennan & Griffin, Callicoon Fine Arts, CHAMPION, Christopher Crescent, Clages, CLARENCE MEWS., C L E A R I N G, Clifton Benevento, THE COMPANY, Lisa Cooley, Corbett vs. Dempsey, Ana Cristea Gallery, Croy Nielsen, Thomas Duncan Gallery, DUVE Berlin, Eleven Rivington, Derek Eller Gallery, Feature Inc., FRANKLIN FURNACE, Honor Fraser, Gavlak Gallery, Laurel Gitlen, Galerie Andreas Huber, Galerie Hussenot, IBID PROJECTS, Independent Curators International (ICI), INVISIBLE-EXPORTS, The Journal Gallery, NATHALIE KARG/CUMULUS STUDIOS, Parisa Kind, Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, KLEMM’S, Leo Koenig Inc., Galerie Christian Lethert, LINN LUEHN, LOYAL, ltd los angeles, Martos Gallery, NANZUKA, Neue Alte Brücke, New Galerie, Franklin Parrasch, Rawson Projects, Real Fine Arts, REGINA REX, CLINT ROENISCH, schleicher+lange, SculptureCenter, Silverman, Sorry We’re Closed, Jacky Strenz, Ten Haaf Projects, Tomorrow, Rob Tufnell, Rachel Uffner Gallery, UNTITLED, VAN HORN, Vogt Gallery and Western Exhibitions

     

    Adeel uz Zafar, Kong The Tragic Anti-hero, 2012. Engraved drawing on vinyl. Courtesy of the artist and Lawrie Shabibi.

    PULSE NYC

     

     

    PULSE New York will be held at The Metropolitan Pavilion 125 West 18th Street Chelsea, New York, NY 10011.

    PULSE Contemporary Art Fair is the leading US art fair dedicated solely to contemporary art. Through its annual editions in New York, Los Angeles and Miami, PULSE provides a unique platform for diverse galleries to present a progressive blend of renowned and pioneering contemporary artists, alongside an evolving series of original programming. The fair’s distinctive commitment to the art community and visitor experience makes PULSE unique among art fairs and creates an art market experience that is both dynamic and inviting.

    FAIR HOURS
    Thursday  May 3     9am-12pm
    Press and VIP Private Preview
    Thursday  May 3     12pm- 8pm
    Friday      May 4     9am-10am  Private VIP Hour
    Friday      May 4     10am-8pm
    Saturday  May 5     12pm-8pm
    Sunday    May 6     12pm-5pm

    Featured Galleries

    JEN BEKMAN GALLERY, Benrimon Contemporary, GALERIE ANDREAS BINDER, Rena Bransten Gallery, The Butcher’s Daughter, Davidson Contemporary, Nieves Fernandez, Freight + Volume, frosch&portmann, ftc., Habana, La Habana, PATRICK HEIDE CONTEMPORARY ART, HILGER MODERN/CONTEMPORARY, Hosfelt Gallery, Gallery Joe, Galleri Jonas Kleerup, Kudlek Van Der Grinten, LAWRIE SHABIBI, Lawrimore Project, Richard Levy Gallery, DIANA LOWENSTEIN GALLERY, David Lusk Gallery, Man&Eve, Meulensteen, MORGAN LEHMAN, NARWHAL, Pablo’s Birthday, Pentimenti Gallery, PURDY HICKS GALLERY, GALERIE RICHARD, GALERIE STEFAN ROEPKE, Tyler Rollins Fine Art, ROMER YOUNG GALLERY, JULIE SAUL GALLERY, Carrie Secrist Gallery, TOMLINSON KONG CONTEMPORARY, Fred Torres Collaborations, VON LINTEL GALLERY, Galerie Wagner + Partner, Daniel Weinberg Gallery, Mike Weiss Gallery, Rick Wester Fine Art, Inc., MIYAKO YOSHINAGA art prospects, and Zemack Contemporary

    Stuart Shave / Modern Art, Frieze Art Fair, 2008. Photo Credit: Linda Nylind. Courtesy of Linda Nylind/ Frieze

     

     

    FRIEZE NEW YORK

    Frieze New York presents the most forward-thinking galleries from around the globe, bringing an international focus to the dynamic contemporary art scene in New York.

    In addition to being able to see work by over 1,000 of the world’s leading artists, visitors can experience Frieze Projects, the fair’s program of artists’ commissions, and Frieze Talks, a program of debates, panel discussions and keynote lectures.

    Frieze New York is housed in a bespoke temporary structure designed by New York-based SO-IL architects. Located in the unique setting of Randall’s Island Park, Manhattan, and overlooking the East River, the fair is easily accessible by public transport. Dedicated Frieze ferry and bus services are included in the admission price.

    Opening Hours

    Friday 4 May 12 – 7pm
    Saturday 5 May 12 – 7pm
    Sunday 6 May 12 – 6pm
    Monday 7 May 12 – 6pm

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