Here’s the 2013 NADA Miami Beach Exhibitor List [Updated]

NADA Miami Beach 2012. (Photo by Andrew Russeth/The New York Observer)

NADA Miami Beach 2012. (Photo by Andrew Russeth/The New York Observer)

The New Art Dealers Alliance today announced the exhibitors that will appear in the 11th Miami Beach edition of the fair, which runs Dec. 5–8 at the beautiful Deauville Beach Resort in North Beach. This year’s list features more than 70 galleries. A little less than half of them hail from New York. NADA also released a list of smaller project booths (the number is likely to tick up a bit in coming weeks), which includes Minneapolis’s David Petersen Gallery and Magic Flying Carpets, the Moroccan rug-dealing outfit of artist Katherine Bernhardt.

This year’s fair will see the debut of a new extra-large booth, NADA Director Heather Hubbs, told The Observer. “We established it this year kind because there has been a demand for more space in the past, and we wanted to test the waters to see if there was interest,” she said, adding that the greater diversity of booth sizes may make for a better-looking fair. Dealers opting for the larger display areas are Shane Campbell, Clifton Benevento, Martos Gallery, International Art Objects and Lisa Cooley.

Details of extracurricular programming are in the works, but Ms. Hubbs said that the annual pool party—around the pool where The Beatles once swam in 1964—is a go, and that David Levine will be hosting a talk show of sorts in the jazz club on Friday night. In addition, there will once again be programming throughout the evenings across the street from the Deauville at the Sandbar.

The exhibitor and project lists, which feature some interesting newcomers from around the world, follow below. More project booths will be added in the near future.

Galleries
Adams and Ollman, Portland
American Contemporary, New York
The Apartment, Vancouver
Nicelle Beauchene, New York
Blanket / Natalia Hug, Cologne
BILL BRADY KC, Kansas City
Brennan and Griffin, New York
Callicoon Fine Arts, New York
Shane Campbell, Chicago
CANADA, New York
Churner and Churner, New York
C L E A R I N G, Brussels/Brooklyn
Clifton Benevento, New York
Lisa Cooley, New York
CREATIVE GROWTH, Oakland
Thomas Duncan, Los Angeles
Andrew Edlin, New York
Eleven Rivington, New York
Derek Eller, New York
Thomas Erben, New York
ESSEX STREET, New York
Feature Inc., New York
Zach Feuer, New York
Foxy Production, New York
Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles
Leslie Fritz, New York
FRUTTA, Rome
James Fuentes, New York
Francois Ghebaly, Los Angeles
Laurel Gitlen, New York
The Green Gallery, Milwaukee
Jack Hanley, New York
The Hole, New York
Horton Gallery, New York
Independent Curators International (ICI), New York
International Art Objects, Los Angeles
Invisible Exports, New York
The Journal, Brooklyn
JTT, New York
Galerie Parisa Kind, Frankfurt
Klaus von Nichtssagend, New York
KENDALL KOPPE, Glasgow
Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne
David Lewis, New York
Josh Lilley, London
LINN LÜHN, Dusseldorf
Locust Projects, Miami
Marlborough Chelsea, New York
Martos Gallery/Shoot the Lobster, New York
Misako and Rosen, Tokyo
mother’s tankstation, Dublin
MUJIN-TO Production, Tokyo
Mihai Nicodim, Los Angeles
NIGHT GALLERY, Los Angeles
Roberto Paradise, San Juan Puerto Rico
Eli Ping, New York
Redling Fine Art, Los Angeles
SABOT, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Federica Schiavo, Rome
Kerry Schuss, New York
Seventeen, London
Joe Sheftel Gallery, New York
Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco
Sorry We’re Closed, Brussels
The Still House Group, Brooklyn
Jacky Strenz, Frankfurt
Simone Subal Gallery, New York
Galerie Joseph Tang, Paris
Temnikova & Kasela, Tallinn, Estonia
Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York
Jonathan Viner, London
House of Voltaire, London
Kate Werble Gallery, New York
White Columns, New York
Yautepec, Mexico City
Young Art, Los Angeles

Projects
247365, Brooklyn
Alden Projects, New York
COPE CYBULSKI, New York
Devon Dikeou, Brooklyn
Dan Gunn, Berlin
Know More Games, Brooklyn
Magic Flying Carpets, New York
Paradise Garage, Los Angeles
David Petersen, Minneapolis
Recess, New York
Rob Tuffnell, London
SculptureCenter, New York
XYZ Collective, Tokyo

Update, Sept. 23: NADA added a few galleries and projects after the initial announcement and so the lists have been updated.