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The Art Dealers Association of America Announces Participating Member Galleries and Highlights for The Art Show in February 2019


Featuring Curated Solo Exhibitions, Group Shows, and Joint Presentations by the Nation’s Leading Art Galleries

Featuring Curated Solo Exhibitions, Group Shows, and Joint Presentations by the Nation’s Leading Art Galleries

The Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) today announced the exhibitors for The Art Show, the nation’s most respected and longest-running art fair. Organized annually by the ADAA, a nonprofit membership organization of art dealers across the country, The Art Show admission throughout the week and proceeds from the Gala Preview benefit Henry Street Settlement, one of New York’s leading social service, arts, and health care organizations. The 2019 edition will take place February 28 through March 3, 2019, with the Gala Preview on a new night, Wednesday, February 27, offering an unparalleled opportunity for new and established collectors and the public to engage in dialogue with the nation’s leading art gallerists and to learn about significant artists and artworks from the 19th century to today. Since the fair’s inception, The Art Show has raised nearly $31 million for Henry Street Settlement.

“For over three decades, the nation’s most respected art galleries have come together to support Henry Street Settlement and engage the public with the breadth of their knowledge and quality of their programs,” said Andrew Schoelkopf, ADAA President, and cofounder and partner of Menconi + Schoelkopf. “This spirit of collaboration is the driving force behind The Art Show and the ADAA’s history and mission. We are proud to offer members an annual platform that is truly representative of the ways that galleries create meaningful experiences with art and foster the relationships with artists and collectors that power the art world.”

“Our invaluable partnership with the ADAA enables the Settlement to continue our 125 year legacy of innovation and dedicated service to New Yorkers in need,” said David Garza, Henry Street Settlement’s executive director. “The Art Show is our greatest source of flexible funding, allowing Henry Street to meet our community’s evolving needs, including access to the arts, necessary guidance to succeed academically, mental health counseling, and shelter from homelessness and domestic violence.”

The Art Show 2019 will feature many first-time exhibitors, including Kayne Griffin Corcoran (Los Angeles), Luxembourg & Dayan (New York), Jessica Silverman Gallery (San Francisco), and Venus Over Manhattan (New York), as well as founding ADAA member Castelli Gallery (New York), which returns to the fair after more than two decades. ADAA members will showcase an incredible range of artists, practices, and genres – from the most dynamic contemporary artists, to seminal figures of the 20th century, to discoveries of lesser known masters and new talent. Nearly half of the fair will be devoted to solo exhibitions, such as Sean Kelly Gallery, displaying new works created for The Art Show by Sam Moyer; Pace Gallery, showing a selection of paintings and works on paper by Alfred Jensen made from 1958 through the 1970s and demonstrating the artist’s important role in Conceptual Art; and Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, highlighting the work of Henry Ossawa Tanner (1859–1937), in what will be the first exhibition of the artist by a New York gallery since 1967.

Marking the largest number of collaborative projects in The Art Show’s history, six galleries have chosen to work together on joint exhibitions: Anglim Gilbert Gallery and P.P.O.W will show the works of painter Judith Linhares and sculptor Annabeth Rosen; Salon 94 and Jessica Silverman Gallery will present the work of Judy Chicago flanked by younger female artists from the galleries’ impressive rosters; and Fraenkel Gallery and David Zwirner will explore links and resonances between the works of Diane Arbus and Alice Neel.

Each year, ADAA members wishing to participate submit proposals that outline inventive curatorial concepts for single artist, dual, or group exhibitions—a process that ensures the highest standard of artistic quality and connoisseurship that has distinguished the fair for over three decades. ADAA’s Art Show Committee selected 72 proposals from member galleries that represent the breadth and depth of the Association’s art and scholarly expertise, providing audiences with a diverse range of works from the mid-nineteenth century through today, by artists of a variety of genres, practices, and national and international origin.

Exhibiting ADAA Member Galleries in The Art Show 2019

George Adams Gallery

Brooke Alexander, Inc.

Anglim Gilbert Gallery

Berggruen Gallery

Peter Blum Gallery

Jonathan Boos


Castelli Gallery

Chambers Fine Art

James Cohan

Thomas Colville Fine Art

Crown Point Press

Betty Cuningham Gallery

Davidson Gallery

DC Moore Gallery

Debra Force Fine Art, Inc.

Fraenkel Gallery

Peter Freeman, Inc.

James Goodman Gallery

Marian Goodman Gallery

Alexander Gray Associates

Howard Greenberg Gallery

Nohra Haime Gallery

Hauser & Wirth

Hirschl & Adler Galleries

Hirschl & Adler Modern

Nancy Hoffman Gallery

Hosfelt Gallery

Susan Inglett Gallery

Inman Gallery

Casey Kaplan

Kasmin Gallery

Kayne Griffin Corcoran

June Kelly Gallery

Sean Kelly Gallery

Anton Kern Gallery

Krakow Witkin Gallery

Galerie Lelong & Co.

Locks Gallery

Jeffrey H. Loria & Co., Inc.

Luxembourg & Dayan

Matthew Marks Gallery

Mary-Anne Martin | Fine Art

Barbara Mathes Gallery

Fergus McCaffrey

Miles McEnery Gallery

Anthony Meier Fine Arts

Menconi + Schoelkopf

Modernism Inc.

Donald Morris Gallery, Inc.

Jill Newhouse Gallery

David Nolan Gallery


Pace Gallery

Pace/MacGill Gallery


Michael Rosenfeld Gallery

Salon 94

Julie Saul Gallery

Susan Sheehan Gallery

Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino

Jessica Silverman Gallery

Sperone Westwater

Van Doren Waxter

Venus Over Manhattan

Meredith Ward Fine Art

Washburn Gallery

Weinstein Hammons Gallery

Michael Werner Gallery

Yares Art

Pavel Zoubok Fine Art

David Zwirner