ART & DESIGN

NADA Announces Exhibitors for Inaugural Chicago Invitational

NADA's new Chicago Invitational is coming to the Chicago Athletic Association fall 2019


JULY 2019 — The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA), the definitive non-profit arts organization dedicated to the cultivation, support, and advancement of new voices in contemporary art, is pleased to announce the exhibitor list for the first edition of the Chicago Invitational — and its taking place under our roof! The new contemporary art fair will take place from Wednesday, September 18 through Saturday, September 21, 2019.

The Chicago Invitational boasts a diverse roster of local, national, and international galleries with 36 exhibitors representing 19 cities from 11 different countries. Some of this year’s solo presentations include artists Kahlil Robert Irving (Callicoon Fine Arts), Elisabeth Wild (Proyectos Ultravioleta), and Uman (FIERMAN).

The fair will take place throughout our hotel, with a curated selection of galleries in the hotel’s historic spaces, Stagg Court and The Tank, and a takeover of 13 hotel rooms on the fourth floor. 

2019 CHICAGO INVITATIONAL EXHIBITOR LIST

Adams and Ollman, Portland

Altman Siegel, San Francisco

Helena Anrather, New York

Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York

Callicoon Fine Arts, New York

Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago

Carbon 12, Dubai

Careva, Riga

DOCUMENT, Chicago

Derek Eller Gallery, New York

Et al., San Francisco

FIERMAN, New York

Geary, New York

Good Weather, North Little Rock

The Green Gallery, Milwaukee

Jack Hanley Gallery, New York

  1. LeBlanc, Chicago

Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne

Martos Gallery, New York

Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolis

MISAKO & ROSEN, Tokyo

Morán Morán, Los Angeles

NEW DISCRETIONS, New York

Night Gallery, Los Angeles

ONE AND J. Gallery, Seoul

PACT, Paris

Parisian Laundry, Montréal

PATRON, Chicago

Proyectos Ultravioleta, Guatemala City

Ratio 3, San Francisco

Regards, Chicago

Reyes | Finn, Detroit

Soft Opening, London

Stems Gallery, Brussels

Rachel Uffner Gallery, New York

Volume Gallery, Chicago

Photo Credit:  Tyrrell Winston, A Life Well Lived, 2019. Used basketballs, liquid plastic, epoxy, steel. 39” x 36” x 9. Image courtesy of Stems Gallery.

 

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