Artis is pleased to announce our participation at the upcoming NADA Art Fair during Art Basel in Miami. Artis will showcase the work of leading Israeli artists in a unique format: one wall will feature a large-scale painting by Shai Azoulay; another wall will feature specially commissioned works on paper by some of Israel's top artists.
The works on paper will allow collectors to own original artwork at an affordable price by some of the most well-known artists working internationally: Ilit Azoulay, Guy Ben Ari, Orit Ben Shitrit, Maya Bloch, Miriam Cabessa, Sari Carel, Ofri Cnaani, Deville Cohen, Melanie Daniel, Zipora Fried, Nir Hod, Ohad Meromi, Roee Rosen, Mika Rottenberg, Naama Tsabar, Gabriela Vainsencher, Jan Tichy, and Sigalit Landau.
About NADA Art Fair Each December in Miami, the New Art Dealer's Alliance (NADA) runs a renowned art fair to vigorously explore new or underexposed art that is not typical of the "art establishment." NADA's fair is held in parallel with one of the most renowned art fairs in the world, Art Basel Miami Beach. NADA Art Fair is recognized as a much-needed alternative assembly of the world's strongest art galleries and innovative non-profits dealing with emerging contemporary art. It is the only major American art fair to be run by a non-profit organization.
NADA first launched the art fair in Miami in 2003, with 35 exhibitors in a vacant space located off Lincoln Road near the Convention Center. In 2003, many NADA participants sold out the content of their booths within hours. For the next five years NADA Art Fair was held at the Ice Palace in Miami, where the roots of the fair began to expand. For this year's fair, NADA fielded over 500 applications for just 80 slots.
In 2009, NADA moved the fair to the stately ballrooms and beachside environs of the historic Deauville Beach Resort in North Miami Beach. In 2010, many galleries completely sold out their booths by the end of the Opening Preview. In 2010, NADA received a record number of 30,000 visitors and was featured in publications such as The New York Times, The Art Newspaper, Black Book, AOL online, Art Info, The Miami Herald, NY Daily News, The New York Observer, Modern Luxury and the Wall Street Journal.
Artis at the NADA Art Fair Miami - December 1-4, 2011.