Vik Muniz, Album: Ferris Wheel (detail), 2014, digital c-print. Courtesy Rena Bransten Projects, San Francisco.
Installation view of John Bock Three Sisters. Photo by Brian Forrest. Courtesy Regen Projects, Los Angeles.
Constantin Brancusi, La Muse endormie II, 1923, polished bronze. Courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York.
Photo of Susan Brundage, ADAA Director of Appraisal Services.
ADAA represents 180 member galleries in over 25 U.S. cities. ADAA members deal primarily in fine art from the Renaissance to the present day. Each member is an experienced and knowledgeable dealer in their field.
Organized annually by the ADAA, The Art Show offers intimately scaled and thoughtfully curated presentations by the nation’s leading fine art dealers, providing audiences a rich selection of works from the late 19th century through today. This year’s edition will take place March 2-6, 2016 at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City.
The ADAA Appraisal Service has over 50 years of experience in appraising fine art. The department appraises works for donation, estate, gift tax, and insurance purposes.