International Gallery Prize

SVIT, based in Prague, Czech Republic is the recipient of the first NADA × Exhibitionary International Gallery Prize at NADA Miami Beach 2016.

The recipient of the prize is invited to exhibit at NADA Miami Beach for the first time in a sponsored booth provided by Exhibitionary and NADA. The prize, in its inaugural year, is supported in part by visitors of NADA Miami Beach through ticket sales.

The gallery will present work by Ajit Chauhan, David Krnansky and Jirí Kovanda at NADA Miami Beach, December 1–4, 2016.

The winner was selected by the NADA Miami Beach 2016 Selection Committee. Eligibility requires that applicants are commercial galleries based outside of the U.S., traveling internationally to exhibit at NADA Miami Beach for the first time.

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SMOKE BREAK is a poolside hang that brings together independent publishers and artists from NADA’s community for four afternoons of programming inspired by the content of their pages and minds. Organized by FOUNDATIONS in collaboration with the Miami Rail, TUNICA, ALL—IN, and Sex Magazine, in partnership with NADA.

4PM: Gean Moreno (ICA Miami Programming Curator and the Miami Rail guest editor) in conversation with Nina Johnson (Publisher of the Miami Rail) and Evan Moffitt (Assistant Editor, Frieze).

5PM: Chloe Wise in conversation with Loreta Lamargese

5PM: Playa Summit
Emma Geller Green (Sara Blazej and Zach Smith) in conversation with Domingo Castillo (Artist and Director of Noguchi Breton), Naomi Fisher (Artist and Director of Bas Fisher Invitational), Colin Foord (Coral Morphologic) and Felice Grodin (Artist and Co-founder AST) about the rapidly changing infrastructure of the city of Miami, how spectacle effects the natural environment, and the effects of Art Basel Miami Beach on the city— in the spirit of Gaian interconnectivity.

6PM: Pool Side with Sex Magazine
A preview Sex Magazine: #1-10 2012–2015, published by Powerhouse Books. Hosted by editor-in-chief Asher Penn with live performance by Odwalla88 and DJ sets by Air Pop, Marcelline, and Ezra Marcus.

3PM: FOUNDATIONS Poetry Reading
Release of Rhett Jeffrey Brandt’s first volume of poetry, Endless Winter, with a reading by the author and special guests Carly Mark and Ryder Ripps. Followed by Protest Aesthetics: if it ain’t pretty it’s not my revolution! Poetry and saxophone weaving the sentiments of an anxious ecology, presented by Angelina Dreem.

4:30PM: Pool Side with TUNICA
TUNICA celebrates its fifth issue with DJ sets by artists and friends.

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4 4:30PM: In Real Life Performance
A mini one-person, multi-character opera performed by Rachel Mason with music from her new album, Das Ram (Cleopatra Records / Practical Records). Presented by ltd los angeles.

5PM: ALL–IN Miami Release Party
Hosted by ALL–IN family and editor-in-chief Benjamin Barron with special guest performances and DJ sets.

NADA Artadia Award

NADA and Artadia are pleased to be presenting the NADA Artadia Award at NADA Miami Beach. This will be the eighth time NADA and Artadia have partnered to give unrestricted funds to an artist exhibiting at the fair.

Two nationally renowned curators will select one artist exhibiting at the fair to receive an unrestricted, merit-based award of $5,000. The chosen artist will have access to the lifetime of benefits of the Artadia Awards program, including participation in the innovative Art & Dialogue series, exhibition opportunities, studio visits with curators and collectors, and access to ongoing professional services.

The NADA Artadia Award acknowledges innovative voices working in contemporary art today. This unique collaboration highlights the ways in which non-profit organizations can come together to celebrate artist excellence during an art fair.


The NADA Shop features artist editions, design objects, books, and publications.

Featured in the NADA Shop is NADA × PAOM, an artist-designed, limited-edition line of Print All Over Me apparel and accessories by contemporary artists represented by NADA galleries. The 2016 artists are ALEX BECERRA, EVE FOWLER, and SADIE LASKA. Each a limited edition of 50, the pieces will also be available for purchase at

helper Tiki Video Bar

helper Tiki Video Bar is an outdoor installation anchored by a functional bar adorned with found cultural artifacts collected by Nathan Gwynne and Zerek Kempf during their trip from New York City to Miami. The project features a collection of artist videos available for viewing in nearby cabanas. In conjunction with their video works, contributing artists have produced unique and editioned prints, and other works. These “movie posters” will be displayed in carousel racks for visitors to browse.

Related Videos: NADA x DAD

As a Cultural Partner of NADA Miami Beach, Digital Art of Demand (DAD) will be presenting Related Videos, a video program featuring artists represented by exhibiting galleries.

Daily screenings, demos and VR presentations will be at Booth 1.08 at the main entrance to the fair. The video program can also be viewed online on DAD.

Participating artists:
Cara Benedetto (Night Gallery) / David Berezin / Christine Brache (FIERMAN) / Melissa Brown (Klaus von Nichtssagend) / Josef Bull (Situations) / Mary Helena Clark (Document) / Tom Friel (Good Weather) / Rainer Ganahl (Kai Matsumiya) / Mariah Garnett (ltd los angeles) / Talon Gustafson (Good Weather) / Marc Horowitz (China Art Objects Galleries) / Sister Corita Kent (The Conversation) / Angelika Markkul (Galeria LETO) / Christopher Meerdo (Document) / D’Ette Nogle (Michael Benevento) / Jamie O’Connell (Neon Park) / Elizabeth Orr (Bodega) / Wojciech Puś (Galeria LETO) / Chloe Seibert (Queer Thoughts) / Markus Selg (SVIT) / Brittany Shepherd (COOPER COLE) / Josh Slater (Kristen Lorello) / Jesse Sugarman (Fourteen30 Contemporary) / Jennifer Sullivan (Five Car Garage) / Cristina Tufiño (Galería Agustina Ferreyra) / Stan VanDerBeek (Estate of Stan VanderBeek) / Philip Vanderhyden (GEARY) / Stephani Victor (CAPITAL) / Andrew Norman Wilson (Document)


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