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ADAA Elects Roland Augustine as President

The Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) has announced the election of Roland J. Augustine, co-owner of New York’s Luhring Augustine gallery, as its next president, effective July 1. Augustine is presently secretary of the ADAA and chair of The Art Show committee, which oversees the association’s flagship art fair, held each February at the

NEW YORK—The Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) has announced the election of Roland J. Augustine, co-owner of New York’s Luhring Augustine gallery, as its next president, effective July 1. Augustine is presently secretary of the ADAA and chair of The Art Show committee, which oversees the association’s flagship art fair, held each February at the 67th Regiment Armory on Park Avenue, Manhattan.

Several additional officers were elected to serve with Augustine, including: Carolyn Alexander, of Alexander and Bonin, and Marian Goodman, of Marian Goodman Gallery, as vice presidents; Ronald Feldman, of Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, as secretary; and John Van Doren, of Greenberg Van Doren Gallery, St. Louis, as treasurer. Each will serve a three-year term beginning July 1.

New ADAA board members, in addition to Alexander, Augustine, Feldman and Goodman, are: Michael Findlay, of Acquavella Galleries; David McKee, of McKee Gallery; David Nolan, of Nolan/Eckman; Andrea Rosen, of Andrea Rosen Gallery; Per Skarstedt, of Skarstedt Fine Art; and Adam Williams, of Adam Williams Fine Art.

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