What’s New?

NADA Members are an international alliance of arts professionals, whose galleries represent some of the most significant artists active in contemporary art today. What’s New? is a platform to share news, insights and activities from NADA Member Galleries and their artists with the public through quarterly newsletters and features on newartdealers.org.

NADA is committed to supporting our members throughout the year, and What’s New? aims to highlight institutional acquisitions, important press, exhibition recommendations, and other noteworthy information to guide you to the right galleries and must-see exhibitions.

You can learn more about where to visit and support NADA Member galleries using this list or this map.

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Jamilah Sabur, “Steam Gradient” at Nina Johnson (through April 6)

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From “Anteroom”, by Anita Thacher, 1982, 35mm color slide projection, brass doorknob and plate, sound, 108 x 144 x 3 inches. Image courtesy of the artist and Microscope Gallery

The Museum of Modern Art, New York, has acquired work by Gladys Nilsson of Parker Gallery; Ulrike Mueller and Dayanita Singh of Callicoon Fine Arts

The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, has acquired a painting by Mira Dancy of Chapter NY; the the 1972 A.I.R Gallery Artists Portfolio; Luis Cruz Azaceta, “The Actor,” 1981 of Parker Gallery

Solomon R Guggenheim Museum has acquired the first edition of a 1982 slide installation by Anita Thacher of Microscope

The Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington D.C., has acquired a painting by Peter Williams exhibited by CUE Art Foundation in 2017

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has acquired work by Dayanita Singh of Callicoon Fine Arts

The Dallas Museum of Art has acquired work by Bianca Beck of Rachel Uffner Gallery

The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh has acquired work by Kahlil Robert Irving of Callicoon Fine Arts

The Menil Collection, Houston has acquired Katherine Brandford “Diver Black Board,” 2018 of Adams & Ollman

The RISD Museum of Art, Providence has acquired work by Kahlil Robert Irving of Callicoon Fine Arts; Edie Fake of Western Exhibitions

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF NOTABLE ACQUISITIONS FROM NADA MEMBER GALLERIES

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Asif Mian, “Nothingness & Specter,” 2018 at the Queens International 2018, Queens Museum

Fia Backström (Callicoon Fine Arts) awarded the 2018 Prix Littéraire Bernard Heidsieck, Centre Pompidou for “CO-OP a script”

Nancy Floyd (2017 Solo Exhibition at CUE Art Foundation) received an Aaron Siskind Photographer’s Fellowship

Beverly Fishman (2017 Solo Exhibition at CUE Art Foundation) was selected for an Anonymous Was A Woman grant

Joanne Greenbaum and Sara Greenberger Rafferty (Rachel Uffner Gallery): The Bullseye Glass Artist-in-Residence Program

Kahlil Robert Irving (Callicoon Fine Arts): Robert Chapman Turner Teaching Fellow in Ceramic Art, Alfred College, NY

Matthew Kirk (FIERMAN): Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship, Eiteljorg Museum / First Nations Artists

Nicolas Lobo (Nina Johnson) “Wellness Center” at Kelley’s Mobile Homestead for Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, MI

Asif Mian (FALSE FLAG) awarded a 2018-2019 Workspace Artist Residency by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC)

Virginia Lee Montgomery (FALSE FLAG) awarded a Socrates Artist Fellowship 2018–2019, Socrates Sculpture Park, NY and selected for the 2019 CRIT GROUP by The Contemporary Austin

Wendy Red Star (2017 Solo Exhibition at CUE Art Foundation) received a Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF RECENT GRANTS & AWARDS RECEIVED BY NADA MEMBER GALLERY ARTISTS

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“Genesis Belanger: Holding Pattern” at the New Museum

Virginia Lee Montgomery (FALSE FLAG) at Midnight Moment, Times Square Arts, February 2019; Virginia Lee Montgomery at the New Museum, “Screen Series,” on view now through March 3, 2019

Susan Stainman (A.I.R. Gallery) in “Dream Bird: Hatching the Egg”, at Point of Contact Gallery, Syracuse University, open through March 15, 2019

Carolyn Case (Asya Geisberg Gallery) solo exhibition, “Second Thoughts”, at Kerr Gallery, Western Michigan University, on view through March 17, 2019

“Paintings and Sculptures by Sally and Peter Saul” (Rachel Uffner) at the West Virginia University Art Museum, on view now through March 17, 2019

The third iteration of “Zeitgeist: The Art Scene of Teenage Basquiat”, (Howl! Happening: An Arturo Vega Project) at Walter E. Terhune Art Gallery, the Owens Community College Center for Fine and Performing Arts, Toledo, Ohio, on view through March 22, 2019

Bianca Beck (Rachel Uffner Gallery) in “Rosy-Fingered Dawn” at Pace University Gallery, February 27 – March 27, 2019

Cristine Brache (FIERMAN) in “Cristine’s Secret Garden”, at Locust Projects, Miami, on view through March 30, 2019

Genesis Belanger (Mrs.), “Holding Pattern,” New Museum, curated by Margot Norton, January 22 – April 14, 2019

Fia Backström (Callicoon Fine Arts) at Moderna Museet, Stockholm, April 2019

Nicholas Buffon (Callicoon Fine Arts), solo exhibit at Poets House, NYC, June 2019; Nicholas Buffon in “ART AFTER STONEWALL,” Leslie-Lohman Museum, NYC, April 2019

Bracha L. Ettinger (Callicoon Fine Arts) in “Doing Deculturalization,” MUSEION, Bolzano, April 2019

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF UPCOMING INSTITUTIONAL EXHIBITIONS FROM NADA MEMBER GALLERIES

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Banu Cennetoglu at SculptureCenter, New York