The Artwork Sellers Affiliation of America (ADAA) has lined up 78 exhibitors from its membership for the thirty fifth version of its annual Artwork Present, scheduled to run November 2–5 on the Park Avenue Armory. The honest opens to VIPs with its night profit preview on November 1, which advantages the Henry Avenue Settlement.
As is typical on the Artwork Present, the vast majority of the honest’s cubicles will probably be devoted to single-artist shows, amongst them Kiki Smith at Tempo Gallery, Tavares Strachan at Marian Goodman, Betty Woodman at David Kordansky, Manoucher Yektai at Karma, Richard Mayhew at ACA Galleries, Whitfield Lovell at DC Moore Gallery, Arvie Smith at Monique Meloche, Charmion von Wiegand at Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, and new works by Jasmin Sian at Anthony Meier, who additionally serves as president of the ADAA.
This version of the honest may also embrace a number of new ADAA members, corresponding to LA’s Anat Ebgi Gallery, which can do a solo presentation on Religion Wilding, and San Francisco’s Catharine Clark Gallery, which can mount a two-person presentation titled “Double Imaginative and prescient: Rethinking Manifest Future,” with work by Marie Watt and Stephanie Syjuco. Different new members collaborating embrace Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, Eric Firestone Gallery, Ortuzar Initiatives, and Perrotin, which lately bought a 60-percent stake to Colony Funding Administration.
In a press release, ADAA government director Maureen Bray mentioned, “This can be a particular yr for The Artwork Present because it celebrates two milestone anniversaries—its very personal 35-year run and Henry Avenue Settlement’s one hundred and thirtieth yr of operation—which demonstrates how the generative collaboration between our two organizations has had an amazing and time-honored affect on the lives and well-being of our communities.”