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72 ADAA Members Exhibiting at The Art Show

  • George Adams Gallery

    Elmer Bischoff (1916-1991) - Presenting major figurative paintings from the 1950s and '60s, showing Bischoff's role as an originator of Bay Area Figuration.
  • Brooke Alexander

    A representative sample of editions by some of the leading American and international artists Brooke Alexander has published over the past five decades.
  • Anglim Gilbert Gallery

    Anglim Gilbert Gallery and P.P.O.W. jointly propose a two-person presentation of the works of painter Judith Linhares and sculptor Annabeth Rosen.
  • Berggruen Gallery

    Modern masters and contemporary artists reflecting the range of artwork exhibited at the fair over the last 30 years.
  • Peter Blum Gallery

    Robert Zandvliet (1970), one of the foremost Dutch painters today, will make a series of egg tempera paintings referencing the landscape in art history from Van Gogh to Hokusai.
  • Jonathan Boos

    An exhibition entitled SURFACE, a visually stimulating booth, highlighting the use of impasto and patina in various forms.
  • Bortolami

    A selection of works produced in the 1970s by four artists in the gallery program – Daniel Buren, Barbara Kasten, Claudio Parmiggiani, and Morgan Fisher.
  • Castelli Gallery

    18 rarely seen drawings by Roy Lichtenstein, dating from 1963-96. The selection is a balanced presentation of different periods throughout the artist's career.
  • Chambers Fine Art

    A solo exhibition by Xiaoze Xie. Paintings of archives and library stacks shown alongside photographs of ancient banned books address the preservation of human knowledge and a history of censorship.
  • James Cohan

    A solo presentation of recent diagrammatic paintings by Matthew Ritchie. Ritchie is a British multi-disciplinary artist whose work explores the visual expression of systems.
  • Thomas Colville Fine Art

    An exhibition of works by artists principally working in the 1930’s and 40’s who interpreted European abstraction in an American context.
  • Crown Point Press

    A survey of prints by Robert Bechtle and Ed Ruscha, two California artists who capture the character and vitality of everyday life in the California city in which he lives.
  • Betty Cuningham Gallery

    Solo exhibition of Rackstraw Downes paintings.
  • Davidson Gallery

    “Small Scale-High Impact”, a carefully curated booth of 10-12 artworks of approximately 12 X 12 inches in size.
  • DC Moore Gallery

    A solo booth of new paintings by Carrie Moyer. Moyer's sumptuous paintings were featured in the 2017 Whitney Biennial and explore and extend the legacy of American Abstraction.
  • Debra Force Fine Art

    Exploring the presence of the figure in American Art during the 20th Century across several artistic movements including Modernism, Regionalism, Surrealism, and Magic Realism, among others.
  • Fraenkel Gallery

    Fraenkel Gallery & David Zwirner propose a collaborative project involving artists from both galleries with back-to-back booths and an interwoven installation of artists.
  • Peter Freeman, Inc.

    Dove Allouche (French b. 1972) makes photographs and drawings using the materials and history of photography. Paris-based, Allouche has had several museum solo shows, including at the Pompidou.
  • James Goodman Gallery

    Paintings, sculptures, & works on paper by American & European Modernists in dialogue with that of Post-War & Contemporary artists.
  • Marian Goodman Gallery

    A solo booth of historically important photographs from Thomas Struth’s 'Streets' series, with a special focus on the Streets of New York City.
  • Alexander Gray Associates

    A dual artist presentation of work by Betty Parsons and Joan Semmel produced in and inspired by their connections to the East End of New York.
  • Howard Greenberg Gallery

    A booth devoted to the prolific career of Gordon Parks.
  • Nohra Haime Gallery

    A solo exhibition by Brooklyn-based artist Lesley Dill. This body of work draws on language, the written word, and the investigation of divinity and deviltry during the wildness of Early America.
  • Hauser & Wirth

    A solo presentation of Roberto Cuoghi.
  • Hirschl & Adler Galleries

    Three generations of women artists born between 1850 and 1920 were well positioned to reap the benefits of the changing mores and attitudes of the first half of the 20th century. This is their story.
  • Hirschl & Adler Modern

    A monographic exhibition of work by Louisa Chase (1951-2016), who enjoyed critical and commercial acclaim during the 1980s and 1990s for her expressive and emotive paintings, prints and drawings.
  • Nancy Hoffman Gallery

    Solo presentation of works by Joan Bankemper, a ceramic mosaic sculptor whose work exemplifies the concept of ornamental abundance.
  • Hosfelt Gallery

    A cabinet of drawings by Marco Maggi. Maggi, representing Uruguay in the 56th Venice Biennale (2015), makes intricate abstract drawings on unusual materials.
  • Susan Inglett Gallery

    Known for irreverent riffs on the art historical "muse," VILLALONGO turns his focus to the Black male figure in a series of cut paper works where the real and imagined Black-self navigates the world.
  • Inman Gallery

    A solo presentation of new work by transdisciplinary artist Dario Robleto (b. 1972, San Antonio, TX).
  • Casey Kaplan

    Solo booth by Jordan Casteel. Inspired by the streets of Harlem, Casteel translates personal encounters and cultural truths into larger-than-life portraits.
  • Kasmin

    A group exhibition featuring major works created in the 60s by Copley, Davis, Ernst, Flanagan, Freilicher, Indiana, Krasner, and Motherwell.
  • Kayne Griffin Corcoran

    A solo exhibition of early work by Beverly Pepper, 96 year-old American born, Italy based sculptor.
  • June Kelly Gallery

    A one-person show of paintings by artist James Little.
  • Sean Kelly

    A one-person exhibition by Brooklyn based artist Sam Moyer, who will premiere a series of new works made specifically for The Art Show.
  • Anton Kern Gallery

    New portrait paintings by Brian Calvin further his investigation of plasticity while illustrating the human form.
  • Krakow Witkin Gallery

    7 artists across 3 generations: all engaging contemporary society, legibility and relationships between the individual and collective, creating a conversation across generations, media and imagery.
  • Galerie Lelong & Co.

    A solo booth of Painting Constructions and Boxes from the early 1960s by Carolee Schneemann.
  • Locks Gallery

    A reconstitution of Jennifer Bartlett’s (b. 1941) historic series In the Garden (1980-83). The exhibition will feature a selection of works on paper, prints, and paintings.
  • Jeffrey H. Loria & Co., Inc.

    From both sides of the canvas woman have played the key roles in the world of art - as both artist and subject. We will look to the work created by women and in turn the work men created about women.
  • Luxembourg & Dayan

    Highlighting works by artists fundamental to the gallery’s engagement with postwar painting and sculpture - Alberto Burri, Piero Manzoni, and Yves Klein.
  • Matthew Marks Gallery

    Works by Gary Hume, Ellsworth Kelly, Charles Ray, Ken Price, Anne Truitt, Jasper Johns, Martin Puryear, Rebecca Warren, Trisha Donnelly, Vija Celmins, and Katharina Fritsch.
  • Mary-Anne Martin|Fine Art

    Modern Mexican & Latin American paintings, drawings, sculptures & photographs, portraying two constant companions of artists throughout history: Cats and Dogs.
  • Barbara Mathes Gallery

    Nature Transformed: This booth will explore the persistence of nature as subject, metaphor, and material in modern and contemporary art. Artists include Bontecou, Dubuffet, O'Keeffe, Kusama and others
  • Fergus McCaffrey

    A solo presentation of Anna Conway.
  • Miles McEnery Gallery

    An exhibition of new work by Judy Pfaff.
  • Anthony Meier Fine Arts

    A solo exhibition booth dedicated to the work of Marsha Cottrell, whose distinctive process uses the tool of a laser printer to create unique images.
  • Menconi + Schoelkopf

    A small group of masterpieces of American Modernism, from the Armory Show to the early Post-War years.
  • Modernism Inc.

    A solo exhibition of important décollages from the 1950s to 1970s by French Nouveau Réaliste artist Jacques Villeglé.
  • Donald Morris Gallery

    We will present modern and contemporary works, and possibly tribal art, of outstanding quality and beauty to create a meaningful visual dialogue in a space designed to foster focused concentration.
  • Jill Newhouse Gallery

    We will exhibit drawings, watercolors and small oils representing Eugène Delacroix’s best known subject matter. This would follow the retrospective of his work this fall at The Met.
  • David Nolan Gallery

    A solo presentation of significant paintings and drawings by George Grosz.
  • P.P.O.W

    Anglim Gilbert Gallery and P.P.O.W jointly propose a two-person presentation of the works of painter Judith Linhares and ceramic sculptor Annabeth Rosen.
  • Pace Gallery

    A selection of paintings and works on paper by Alfred Jensen made from 1958 into the 1970s, demonstrating the artist’s development as an important figure of Conceptual art.
  • Pace/MacGill Gallery

    A multimedia exploration of the visual and psychological intrigue of the figure seen from varying perspectives. We will feature a unique ensemble of artworks.
  • Petzel Gallery

    A new sculptural assemblage by the multi-disciplinary artist Seth Price (American, b. 1973) presents a portrait of contemporary life by exploring ideas of appropriation, the body, and the role of art.
  • Michael Rosenfeld Gallery

    A solo exhibition featuring the work of Henry Ossawa Tanner (1859-1937), the first Tanner exhibition at a New York gallery since 1967.
  • Salon 94

    Salon 94 and Jessica Silverman Gallery will present a solo presentation of early abstract works by Judy Chicago flanked by younger women artists from each gallery's respective rosters.
  • Julie Saul Gallery

    A solo booth featuring a new body of work by Maira Kalman. The works are inspired by Gertrude Stein’s "The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas" to be published later next year.
  • Susan Sheehan Gallery

    Rare and important postwar American works on paper by Vija Celmins, Jasper Johns, Ellsworth Kelly, Joan Mitchell, Bruce Nauman, Edward Ruscha, and Cy Twombly.
  • Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino

    A group exhibition featuring works by Francisco Sobrino, Antonio Asis, and Manuel Espinosa, whose creations are bound by a common interest in geometric abstraction.
  • Jessica Silverman Gallery

    Jessica Silverman Gallery and Salon 94 propose a shared booth titled “Judy Chicago and Other Viragos.” Each gallery will also present works by respective roster artists.
  • Sperone Westwater

    A survey of drawings by Susan Rothenberg, including important vintage and recent works, showcasing the artist’s continuing and vital contribution to contemporary drawing.
  • Van Doren Waxter

    A booth devoted to paintings and sculpture of an intimate scale, focusing on artists’ estates, and secondary market works that have long been championed by the gallery.
  • Venus Over Manhattan

    “Boxes,” a thematic exhibition dedicated to artist-made boxes. Featuring John Dogg, John McCracken, Cady Noland, Andy Warhol, and H.C. Westermann, among other artists.
  • Meredith Ward Fine Art

    An exhibition that will explore the evolution of American modernism in the years between World War I and World War II.
  • Washburn Gallery

    Alice Trumbull Mason: Drawings into Paintings, works from 1940 - 1950.
  • Weinstein Hammons Gallery

    A solo exhibition of new sculpture by Nicolas Africano titled Themes and Variations: The Garbo Figures.
  • Michael Werner Gallery

    A solo presentation of Markus Lüpertz.
  • Yares Art

    An exhibition of important paintings by major Color Field artists: Helen Frankenthaler, Morris Louis, Robert Motherwell, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski and Larry Poons.
  • Pavel Zoubok Fine Art

    A survey of important works from the late 1960s to the present by THOMAS LANIGAN-SCHMIDT (b. 1948) to honor the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall rebellion.
  • David Zwirner

    A focused collaborative project with Fraenkel Gallery involving artists from both galleries.