NADA Villa Warsaw

NADA is pleased to announce the participants for NADA Villa Warsaw, a new member-driven, collaborative exhibition to take place May 16–19, 2024 at the historic Villa Gawrońskich, with a VIP Preview by invitation on Wednesday, May 15th.

NADA Villa Warsaw brings together a diverse selection of 44 international galleries and art spaces from 25 cities to present artists in a collaborative exhibition format, engaging the distinctive character of Villa Gawrońskich, a neo-baroque architectural landmark located in the heart of Warsaw.

Organized with Michał Kaczyński (Raster), Marta Kołakowska (LETO Gallery), and Joanna Witek-Lipka (Warsaw Gallery Weekend), the initiative builds on Raster’s series of Villa Projects, an art fair alternative first initiated in Warsaw in 2006, with iterations held in Iceland, Japan, and Canada.

“The Villa model has served as an incubator for galleries that have gone on to become leaders and fearless experimentalists. It is only fitting that Villa should return to Poland; and exciting that this homecoming should be realized in collaboration with NADA, the international arts organization most deeply engaged in helping galleries from across the globe work together,” said Jeffrey Rosen of Misako & Rosen and Co-President of the NADA Board of Directors.

“We are thrilled to partner with NADA to bring together an international group of like-minded gallerists and artists in Warsaw for this unique collaborative exhibition, and look forward to welcoming the public to NADA Villa Warsaw to experience the vibrancy and energy of the contemporary art scene in our region,” said Marta Kołakowska, Founder of LETO Gallery.