NADA Miami Beach Names Its 2014 Exhibitors and a Few Solo Projects

NADA Miami Beach 2012 Photo by Andrew Russeth)

NADA Miami Beach 2012. (Photo by Andrew Russeth)

New York’s summer may be winding down, but things are already heating up for December’s Miami Art Week. NADA Miami Beach 2014 has released its exhibitor list for the 12th edition, which will run from December 4-7. This year’s fair will total 74 galleries, with exhibitors hailing from 34 cities and 18 different countries.

With just a few more than last year’s total tally of 70 galleries, this year’s fair boasts 15 first timers—many international—including Andersen’s Contemporary (Copenhagen), Aoyama Meguro (Tokyo), HIGH ART (Paris), with Future Gallery (Los Angeles), Chapter NY (New York), and LULU (Mexico City) featured among this year’s 19 projects.

“This year’s program is a testament to the growing international footprint of our organization,” fair director Heather Hubbs told The Observer in an email. “We look forward to presenting our most diverse and dynamic fair to date.”

Some other exciting things to look forward to are solo projects from Bjarne Melgaard (Rod Bianco), Eli Ping (AND NOW), Bas van den Hurk (Rod Barton), Lucy Dodd (David Lewis), Maximilian Schubert (Eli Ping Frances Perkins), and a recreation of Rainer Ganahl’s “El Mundo” (Kai Matsumiya).

Here is complete list of exhibitors:

Galleries:

247365, Brooklyn

Adams and Ollman, Portland

American Contemporary, New York

AND NOW, Dallas

Andersen’s Contemporary, Copenhagen

Aoyama Meguro, Tokyo

APALAZZOGALLERY, Brescia

The Apartment, Vancouver

Rod Barton, London

Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York

Rod Bianco, Oslo

Bill Brady Gallery, Kansas City

Brennan & Griffin, New York

Callicoon Fine Arts, New York

Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago

CANADA, New York

Galerie Bernard Ceysson, Luxembourg

CLEARING, Brooklyn

Lisa Cooley, New York

COOPER COLE, Toronto

CourtneyBlades, Chicago

Creative Growth, Oakland

Thomas Duncan, Los Angeles

Eleven Rivington       New York

Derek Eller Gallery, New York

Thomas Erben Gallery, New York

ESSEX STREET, New York

Zach Feuer Gallery, New York

Foxy Production, New York

Frutta, Rome

François Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles

Laurel Gitlen, New York

The Green Gallery, Milwaukee

Jack Hanley Gallery, New York

HIGH ART, Paris

Natalia Hug Gallery, Cologne

Ibid, London

International Art Objects Galleries, Los Angeles

Invisible-Exports, New York

The Journal Gallery, Brooklyn

JTT, New York

Karma, New York

Galerie Parisa Kind, Frankfurt

KINMAN, London

Koenig & Clinton, New York

Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne

David Lewis, New York

Locust Projects, Miami

LINN LÜHN, Dusseldorf

Marlborough Chelsea, New York

Martos Gallery, New York

Galerie Max Mayer, Dusseldorf

MISAKO & ROSEN, Tokyo

MUJIN-TO Production, Tokyo

Night Gallery, Los Angeles

Overduin & Co., Los Angeles

Eli Ping Frances Perkins, New York

Simon Preston, New York

Ratio 3, San Francisco

REGINA REX, New York

ROBERTO PARADISE, San Juan

SABOT, Cluj-Napoca

Federica Schiavo Gallery, Rome

Seventeen, London

TIF SIGFRIDS, Los Angeles

The Sunday Painter, London

Temnikova & Kasela, Tallinn

TEMPO RUBATO, Tel Aviv

Tomorrow, New York

Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York

Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City

Jonathan Viner, London

White Columns, New York

Young Art, Los Angeles

Projects:

Artist Curated Projects, Los Angeles

Alden Projects™, New York

Bodega, New York

Chapter NY, New York

David Petersen Gallery, Minneapolis

Future Gallery, Berlin

Grand Century, New York

Glasgow International / Whitechapel Gallery, Glasgow + London

Independent Curators International, New York

The Lodge Gallery, New York

Lulu, Mexico City

Magic Flying Carpets, New York

Kai Matsumiya, New York

KAYOKOYUKI, Tokyo

P!, New York

Rob Tufnell, London

SculptureCenter, New York

TRUTH AND CONSEQUENCES, Geneva

XYZ collective, Tokyo