NADA Miami Beach 2013 Preview

Jessica Silverman Gallery
Clifton Benevento
Callicoon Fine Arts
Recess
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Freedman Fitzpatrick
David Petersen Gallery
Marlborough Chelsea
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Know More Games
Thomas Duncan Gallery
Derek Eller Gallery
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Mother's Tankstation
Alden Projects
Canada
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Zach Feuer
Mihai Nicodim Gallery
Temnikova & Kasela Gallery
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Shane Campbell Gallery
Linn Lühn
Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery
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Galerie Joseph Tang
Churner & Churner
Invisible-Exports
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Young Art
Rachel Uffner Gallery
Thomas Erben Gallery
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Natalia Hug Gallery
Tif Sigfrids
Jacky Strenz Galerie
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Brennan & Griffin
Joe Sheftel
Midway Contemporary Art
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American Contemporary
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Lisa Cooley
Misako & Rosen
Adams and Ollman
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Yautepec
P!
Kate Werble Gallery
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Andrew Edlin Gallery
Kerry Schuss
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Night Gallery
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery
Jack Hanley Gallery
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Simone Subal Gallery
James Fuentes
The Journal Gallery
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The Apartment
Cope Cybulski
Magic Flying Carpets of the Berber Kingdom of Morocco
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Karma
JTT
Horton Gallery
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Mujin-To Production
Mujin-To Production
Feature Inc.
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SculptureCenter
Foxy Production
Federica Schiavo Gallery
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Laurel Gitlen
Rob Tufnell
Room East
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Untitled
Locust Projects
Galerie Christian Lethert
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Clearing

Art Basel Miami Beach opens on Wednesday, Dec. 3, at the Miami Beach Convention Center in South Beach. The next day everyone will head uptown to the Deauville Beach Resort, where the New Art Dealers Alliance will present their annual fair, with more than 80 international exhibitors. A pleasant, laid-back vibe prevails there, and unlike Miami Basel, which charges a jaw-dropping $42 for tickets ($26 for students and seniors), it is free to attend.

The accompanying slide show offers a preview of what galleries are bringing to the fair.