60th Anniversary: ADAA Plans Largest Art Fair Yet, With 78 Exhibitors

The Art Dealers Association of America has named the 78 galleries that will participate in its upcoming 2022 edition, scheduled to run at the Park Avenue Armory from November 3 to November 6, with a preview day on November 2.

As the organization marks its 60th anniversary this year, it will mount the largest-ever iteration of its acclaimed Art Show, which will bring together blue-chip enterprises like David Zwirner, Lisson, Galerie Lelong & Co., Nara Roesler, Kasmin, Petzel, Matthew Marks Gallery, and Sean Kelly.

ADAA members that have not shown at the Art Show in recent years will also return, including Lehmann Maupin, Paula Cooper Gallery, Mitchell Innes & Nash, and Anton Kern Gallery. Several new ADAA members will also participate in this edition, including Almine Rech, Gavlak, Derek Eller Gallery, and Parrash Heijnen.

In a statement, dealer Susan Sheehan, who chaired this year’s selection committee for the Art Show, said, “Despite the saturation of art fairs around the world, the ADAA continues to be the favorite fair of many dealers—myself included—because of its intimate scale, proximity to collectors, and the genuine sense of camaraderie that is felt between participating galleries. This year, the 60th anniversary has generated palpable excitement amongst ADAA members, as it’s a clear signal of our strength and maturity as an organization.”

Additionally, the forthcoming edition will also feature 55 solo presentations, such as Raul Guerrero at David Kordansky Gallery, Ricardo Brey at Alexander Gray Associates, Toshiko Takaezu at James Cohan, Robert Morris at Castelli Gallery, Lynda Benglis at Cheim & Reid, and Juanita McNeely at James Fuentes.

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