ADAA Names 75 Exhibitors for 2024 Art Show

Wednesday, June 26, 2024
ADAA Names 75 Exhibitors for 2024 Art Show

The Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) is announced the 36th annual edition of The Art Show, one of the longest-running and premier philanthropic art fairs in the country.

Established as a means to bring ADAA members together while benefiting Henry Street Settlement, the fair will continue to donate all admissions proceeds to the impactful social services organization. The 2024 edition takes place in the historic Park Avenue Armory, with the annual Benefit Preview on Tuesday, October 29, and is open to the public from October 30 to November 2. For the 13th consecutive year in 16 years of partnership, AXA XL, a division of AXA, returns as the Lead Insurance Partner of The Art Show, providing specialist fine art and collectibles risk-management solutions.

This year’s edition of the fair introduces a new annual initiative titled “Spotlight On...” which will highlight a different city each year that boasts a robust cohort of ADAA members. The inaugural edition, “Spotlight On... Houston,” will showcase the vibrancy of Houston’s fine art community throughout the fair’s programming. This will include a panel discussion led by prominent collectors and leaders of Houston's storied cultural institutionsand a video interview series featuring Houston-based ADAA members—Inman Gallery, McClain Gallery, Josh Pazda Hiram Butler, Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino, and Texas Gallery—nearly all of whom will be participating in the fair this year.

The fair will additionally partner with the AAMC Foundation—the leading international organization for nonprofit art curators across all fields of focus worldwide, with 1500+ members from over 500 organizations in more than 40 countries—to host a Curatorial Convening on the topic of Leadership Now that brings together up to 60 select nonprofit art curators for a closed set of engaging discussions about innovative work concepts and pressing issues within the sector. Culminating in a public panel discussion on the same theme as part of the fair’s annual talk series, this new partnership will broaden The Art Show’s institutional audience by bringing in leading curators and museum directors.

Maureen Bray, ADAA Executive Director comments: “We are thrilled to ring in The Art Show’s 36th year with our newly established program, “Spotlight On...” which will underscore the geographic diversity of our ADAA members, highlight the robust artistic communities that they’re a part of, and bring new audiences to the fair. The inaugural “Spotlight On... Houston'' will consequently celebrate the city’s arts scene while fostering deeper connections within the national arts community as a whole.”

Of the 75 ADAA member galleries featured at the fair this year, an impressive 43 booths will take the form of solo exhibitions—including standout presentations by Chase Hall with Pace Prints (New York, NY), Mladen Stilinović with Peter Freeman, Inc. (New York, NY), Tim Hawkinson with Hosfelt Gallery (San Francisco, CA), Billie Zangewa with Lehmann Maupin (New York, NY), Isabella Ducrot with Petzel (New York, NY), and Suchitra Mattai with Roberts Projects (Los Angeles, CA).

The fair is additionally pleased to include presentations by first-time member exhibitors, including: CANADA (New York, NY), Berry Campbell (New York, NY), Hales Gallery (New York, NY), Charles Moffett, (New York, NY), Paulson Fontaine Press (Berkeley, CA), Two Palms (New York, NY), and Timothy Taylor (New York, NY). Furthermore, ADAA stalwarts like Krakow Witkin Gallery (Boston, MA), P·P·O·W (New York, NY), and Michael Werner (New York, NY & Los Angeles, CA) will return this year as time-honored presenters alongside participants from the first-ever fair in 1989, such as ACA Galleries (New York, NY), Nancy Hoffman Gallery (New York, NY), and Forum Gallery (New York, NY).

Anthony Meier, President of the ADAA says: “The intimate environment created by The Art Show in the Park Avenue Armory is unparalleled, as it offers a unique platform for dealers to take risks they might not consider at other fairs: presenting solo exhibitions by less established or underknown artists and thoughtfully curated group exhibitions that shed new light on a historical moment or artistic movement. The richness of these presentations prompt prolonged observation and in-depth conversations with collectors that make The Art Show a special event in our member galleries’ programs each year.”

The Art Show was jointly conceived in 1989 by the ADAA and Henry Street Settlement—one of the country’s oldest nonprofit organizations, founded in 1893 under the name Nurses’ Settlement. Each year, Henry Street supports more than 50,000 New Yorkers in need through its education, employment, shelter, health and wellness, and arts programs. Since its initiation, The Art Show has raised more than $37 million in support of Henry Street and continues to be the institution's greatest source of unrestricted funding. All admission fees from the fair’s run-of-show benefit Henry Street, along with the proceeds from the Benefit Preview gala evening, a cornerstone event in New York society.

For over 60 years, the ADAA has supported the nation’s leading fine art galleries, allowing them to focus on the economic and cultural contributions they offer their communities and the world at large. Today, the organization includes over 200 diverse member galleries from nearly 40 U.S. cities. These galleries represent hundreds of established and emerging artists internationally. As the only fair with a rigorous peer review process where all booth proposals are vetted by the ADAA member galleries that have applied, the resulting standard of connoisseurship has become synonymous with The Art Show.


The full exhibitor list follows below.

ACA Galleries (New York, NY)
George Adams Gallery (New York, NY)
Peg Alston Fine Arts (New York, NY)
Altman Siegel (San Francisco, CA)
Nicelle Beauchene Gallery (New York, NY)
Berggruen Gallery (San Francisco, CA)
Berry Campbell (New York, NY)
Peter Blum Gallery (New York, NY)
Jonathan Boos (New York, NY)
CANADA (New York, NY)
Castelli Gallery (New York, NY)
James Cohan (New York, NY)
Crown Point Press (San Francisco, CA)
DC Moore Gallery (New York, NY)
Tibor de Nagy (New York, NY)
Andrew Edlin Gallery (New York, NY)
Derek Eller Gallery (New York, NY)
Eric Firestone Gallery (New York, NY & East Hampton, NY)
Debra Force Fine Art, Inc. (New York, NY)
Forum Gallery (New York, NY)
Peter Freeman, Inc. (New York, NY)
James Fuentes (New York, NY & Los Angeles, CA)
GAVLAK (Los Angeles, CA & Palm Beach, FL)
Hales Gallery (New York, NY)
Hirschl & Adler Modern (New York, NY)
Nancy Hoffman Gallery (New York, NY)
Hosfelt Gallery (San Francisco, CA)
Susan Inglett Gallery (New York, NY)
Inman Gallery (Houston, TX)
Kasmin (New York, NY)
June Kelly Gallery (New York, NY)
Anton Kern Gallery (New York, NY)
Tina Kim Gallery (New York, NY)
Kohn Gallery (Los Angeles, CA)
Krakow Witkin Gallery (Boston, MA)
Kraushaar Galleries (New York, NY)
Greg Kucera Gallery (Seattle, WA)
Lehmann Maupin (New York, NY)
Galerie Lelong & Co. (New York, NY)
Locks Gallery (Philadelphia, PA)
Luxembourg + Co. (New York, NY)
Barbara Mathes Gallery (New York, NY)
McClain Gallery (Houston, TX)
Miles McEnery Gallery (New York, NY)
Anthony Meier (Mill Valley, CA)
Charles Moffett (New York, NY)
Nazarian / Curcio (Los Angeles, CA)
Jill Newhouse Gallery (New York, NY)
Ortuzar Projects (New York, NY)
P·P·O·W (New York, NY)
Pace Prints (New York, NY)
Franklin Parrasch Gallery (New York, NY)
Paulson Fontaine Press (Berkeley, CA)
Josh Pazda Hiram Butler (Houston, TX)
Perrotin (New York, NY & Los Angeles, CA)
Petzel (New York, NY)
Almine Rech (New York, NY)
Ricco/Maresca Gallery (New York, NY)
Roberts Projects (Los Angeles, CA)
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery (New York, NY)
Mary Ryan Gallery (New York, NY)
Sapar Contemporary (New York, NY)
Schoelkopf Gallery (New York, NY)
Marc Selwyn Fine Art (Beverly Hills, CA)
Susan Sheehan Gallery (New York, NY)
Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino (Houston, TX)
Sperone Westwater (New York, NY)
Timothy Taylor (New York, NY)
Leslie Tonkonow Artworks + Projects (New York, NY)
TOTAH (New York, NY)
Two Palms (New York, NY)
Van Doren Waxter (New York, NY)
Venus Over Manhattan (New York, NY)
Michael Werner (New York, NY & Los Angeles, CA)
Yares Art (New York, NY & Santa Fe, NM & Beverly Hills, CA)

Main Image :Entrance to The Art Show 2023 at the Park Avenue Armory, photo by Jason Wyche. On scrims: Georges Sand, Waterfall with Mountain in Distance, 1875, courtesy Jill Newhouse Gallery. Lighting by Zumtobel.

Stephanie Cime

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