Tuesday, May 7, 2013

NADA NYC


The second edition of NADA NYC will take place May 10-12 on Pier 36 at Basketball City located at 299 South Street on the East River.


NADA’s non profit model has always been a flexible and adaptable one, which continues to respond to the needs of its exhibitors and the art world at large by creatively reinventing the experience and presentation of art in a fair enviornment. NADA NYC is dedicated to showcasing new art, and to celebrating the rising talents from around the globe.

LOCATION

Pier 36 at Basketball City
299 South Street on the East River
New York, NY 10002

OPENING PREVIEW

Friday, May 10: 10AM-2PM

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Friday, May 10: 2-8PM
Saturday, May 11: 10AM-8PM
Sunday, May 12: 10AM-5PM

Admission is free and open to the public

TRANSPORT & PARKING

There is convenient public transport to the Lower East Side by subway and bus.

SUBWAY

F to East Broadway
B or D to Grand Street

BUSES

Route 22 runs east on Madison St and west on East Broadway
Route 9 runs North on Allen Street

MORE INFORMATION:
http://www.newartdealers.org/Fairs/2013/NewYork
New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is pleased to announce Contemporary Dancing 
organized for NADA New York by Sam Gordon & CAFE DANCER.  Contemporary
 Dancing takes its name from a song by Nils Bech, and will present a range of 
dancers today who dance within the art world. Presented at the second edition
 of NADA New York,  May 10–12 at Pier 36 – Basketball City located at 
299 South Street at Montgomery Street. The daily performance program is listed below:

Friday, May 1012pm Megha Barbabas and Hanna Sandin, courtesy of Sculpture Center
2pm Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen, Bruce Nauman’s Walking in an Exaggerated
 Manner around the Perimeter of a Square(1967–68)
2:30pm Flora Wiegmann, Allay Alight (version 2) 
3:30pm Rebecca Brooks, A Tour Thru The L.E.S.
4:30pm Michael Mahalchick
5:30pm Cassie Mey, The Jerome Robbins Dance Division Oral History Archive
6pm robbinschilds, A Hologram B C (variations) 

Saturday, May 1111am Lilibeth Cuenca Rasmussen, From Europe To The Donut District 
12pm Brittany Bailey, Light Dance with Girl, live music by Bryce Hackford
2pm Flora Wiegmann, Allay Alight (version 2) 
3pm robbinschilds, A Hologram B C (variations)  
4pm Biba Bell, Cold Vein with Tyler Ashley and Nicole Daunic
4:30pm Megha Barbabas and Hanna Sandin, courtesy of Sculpture Center
5pm Rebecca Brooks with Ursula Eagly, Bessie McDonough-Thayer, 
Eleanor Smith, and Emily Wexler (S.S.)
6pm Jealous Orgasm
7pm Greg Zuccolo, Too Much Tonight

Sunday, May 1211am–2pm AUNTS (Larissa Velez-Jackson, Maggie Bennett, Jen Rosenblit, 
Mariana Valencia, and Stacy Grossfield)
3pm Walter Dundervill with Tyler Ashley, Benjamin Asriel, Rebecca Brooks, 
Megan Byrne, Jenniger Kjos, Kevin Lovelady, Athena Malloy, Sarah Perron, 
Enrico Wey,  Litter
4pm Stanley Love Performance Group, Summon Ascension Progression with 
Lauri Hogan, Leila Zimbel, Shizu Homma, John Beilecki, Stephanie Dixon, 
Vanessa Walters, Ivy Elrond, Jonathon Love, Adam Dugas, Ashley Steele
4:30pm Megha Barbabas and Hanna Sandin, courtesy of Sculpture Center

Cafe Dancer, 96 Orchard Street on the Lower East Side, founded by 
Elisabeth Gangnes, Jessie Gold and Elizabeth Hart, a group of dancers/musicians
 who also collaborate with artists. The bar’s countertop is by Frank Benson 
and there are site-specific artworks by Naomi Fisher, Corrine Jones and 
Robbie McDonald. Like FOOD in Soho, co-founded by Gordon Matta Clark, 
through to Max’s Kansas City and onto Passerby, artists have always
 gathered in interesting spots.

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