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ADAA Presents the 35th Edition of The Art Show in New York

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The Art Show Returns to the Park Avenue Armory

Today in New York City, the Art Dealers Association of America’s (ADAA) annual fair The Art Show opens at the Park Avenue Armory, welcoming visitors through Sunday, November 5. This year’s edition of the fair coincides with the 130th anniversary of its beneficiary, the social services organization Henry Street Settlement, which receives all admission proceeds collected during the run of the fair. Presented with support from AXA XL for the 15th year running, the 2023 iteration brings together 78 ADAA member galleries from across the US bringing solo and group presentations, as well as a program of special happenings on-site and around the city.

“With each edition, The Art Show only gets stronger in its selection of exhibitors and the caliber of presentations—and our 35th anniversary makes that especially evident,” said ADAA President, Anthony Meier. “As the product of a rigorous peer review process, which all ADAA members undergo to be admitted to the organization, the fair itself showcases the best that America’s leading fine art galleries have to offer, and does so with the care and dedication of a close-knit community working towards a shared vision.”

ADAA The Art Show Sheila Hicks with Sikkema Jenkins & Co.

Sheila Hicks, “Ondine,” 2022-23, Linen, cotton, silk, 64 x 182 x 5 inches; courtesy of Sikkema Jenkins & Co.

Solo Presentations Aplenty at The Art Show 2023

Nearly 60 of the presenting art spaces are showing solo exhibitions, including new work by Tavares Strachan on view with Marian Goodman Gallery, David Kordansky Gallery’s showcase of rarely-exhibited work by the late artist Betty Woodman, new paintings by Jameson Green presented by Derek Eller Gallery, historic works by Roy Lichtenstein with Castelli Gallery, Pace Gallery presenting Kiki Smith, and Sheila Hicks on view with Sikkema Jenkins & Co. Concurrently, duo and group presentations include shows like Catharine Clark Gallery’s exhibition “Double Vision: Rethinking Manifest Destiny,” a tribute to historic museum exhibitions of African American art from Eric Firestone Gallery; Kasmin’s group show of six artists like Lee Krasner and Bosco Sodi; and the work of Nathan Thelen and Claire Tabouret on view with Perrotin.

Find Booths by New and Returning Presenters

The Art Show welcomes a handful of new ADAA members, including Sean Kelly, Berggruen Gallery, Hirschl & Adler, Barbara Mathes Gallery, Schoelkopf Gallery, SKOTO GALLERY, Perrotin, Kasmin, Anat Ebgi, and Gitterman Gallery. Other returning presenters to look out for are Hosfelt Gallery, GAVLAK, Lehmann Maupin, TOTAH, Karma, P.P.O.W, DC Moore Gallery, Debra Force Fine Art, Inc., Forum Gallery, and Yancey Richardson.

ADAA The Art Show Faith Wilding with Anat Ebgi

Faith Wilding, “Leaf Goddess, “1976, courtesy of the artist and Anat Ebgi.

The Art Show Happenings Extend throughout the City

An accompanying roster of discussions and other special happenings join the main gallery presentations throughout the run of the fair. On-site, find talks like one between curator Cecilia Alemani and collector Komal Shah moderated by Julia Halperin, Joel Mesler discussing his show of rabbinical portraits with his own Rabbi and Shira Backer, the Jewish Museums Leon Levy Associate Curator, and the favored “Meet the Artists” mingle. Nearby, the Henry Street Settlement’s Dale Jones Burch Neighborhood Center will host an exhibition with Kate Capshaw, while the Upper East Side Gallery Walk sees over 20 member galleries offering free admission for special exhibitions on Saturday, November 4.

ADAA The Art Show Pieter Schoolwerth with Petzel

Pieter Schoolwerth, “After Troy 13,” 2012, courtesy of the artist and Petzel, New York.

ADAA The Art Show Zanelle Muholi with Yancey RIchardson Gallery

Zanelle Muholi, “Bangezile, Adams Mission,” 2021, courtesy of Yancey RIchardson Gallery.

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