Counter Space will offer Vittorio Santoro’s installation Today I Haven’t Done Anything to Avoid the Inevitable (How Someone…), 2017, at NADA New York 2018.
COURTESY THE ARTIST AND COUNTER SPACE
The seventh edition of NADA New York, put on annually by the New Art Dealers Alliance, opens to the public on the afternoon of Thursday, March 8, with a preview earlier that day. The fair will bring together more than 100 galleries from 17 countries to Skylight Clarkson Square in West SoHo. Among the highlights are Básica TV at
UV Estudios of Buenos Aires, Amanda Ross-Ho at LAND, and Judy Chicago at Brooklyn’s Art+Culture Projects.
Click the photos below to see works on offer at the fair.
ALL IMAGES: COURTESY THE ARTIST AND THEIR GALLERY; ADDITIONAL CREDITS WHERE NOTED
UV Estudios, Buenos Aires Básica TV, Concealing, n.d., video.
Counter Space, Zurich Vittorio Santoro, Today I Haven’t Done Anything to Avoid the Inevitable (How Someone...), 2017, flag and fan.
Art+Culture Projects, Brooklyn Judy Chicago, Marie Antoinette, from the series "Great Ladies," 2017, four-color lithograph on cotton paper.
La MaMa Galleria, New York Elliott Jerome Brown Jr., The, 2017, photograph.
Helena Anrather Gallery, New York Farah Al Qasimi, Wallmart Hypermarket, 2018, archival inkjet print.
Hassla, New York Jenna Westra, Hand Squeezing Lemon into Open Mouth, Onlooker (Greyscale), 2018, gelatin silver hand print.
Dutton, New York Max Maslansky, Pile-Up (Queen Size Bed), 2017, acrylic and sewn colored lambskin on found bed sheet.
Company Gallery, New York Barbara Hammer, Tee & My Hairy Leg, San Francisco, 1976, 2017, gelatin silver print
Mrs., Queens Genesis Belanger, Motivated and Dapper, 2017, stoneware and porcelain.
ADA Gallery, Richmond, Virginia Bernard Martin, With Memory and Dream, n.d., acrylic on canvas.
Shoot the Lobster, New York and Los Angeles Gene Beery, Low Water Mark, 2010, acrylic on canvas.
Kimberly Klark, Queens Spencer Lai, burnt sienna (embrace), 2017, synthetic felt, adhesive.
Golestani, Düsseldorf Arno Beck, Untitled, 2018, typewriter ink on Japanese paper.
Fisher Parrish Gallery, New York Aaron Elvis Jupin, “I'm not what you see”, 2017, airbrush, cell vinyl on paper.
Denny Gallery, New York Amanda Valdez, Stop & Pop, 2017, hand-dyed fabric, acrylic, and canvas.
Tilleard Projects, New York Shabu Mwangi, Lost in Waiting, 2017, mixed media on canvas.
Clima, Milan Dana Lok, A Volunteer from the Audience, 2018, oil on canvas.
Carbon 12, Dubai Olaf Breuning, The Wall, n.d., hand-painted ceramics.