A Miami Art Fair is coming to Hudson
Apr 04, 2011 12:41 pm
Lindsay Pollack's Art Market Views is reporting that NADA, the New Art Dealers Alliance, "is poised to launch a new art fair July 30-31, in a brick 19th century former foundry in Hudson, New York." The non-profit dealer group, which ran a successful fair concurrent with Art Basel Miami Beach in December, is currently soliciting applications for exhibitors wishing to present artworks, sculptures and performance pieces at the Basilica, the 8,000 square foot building where WGXC ran a New Year's Eve bash in 2009/2010. The space is currently owned by musician/photographer Melissa Auf Der Maur, filmmaker Tony Stone, and Tony Stone Sr. and Nancy Barber-Stone, and kicks off new programming with “Slow Fade: A literary reading with Will Oldham and Rudy Wurlitzer” on April 28 and an April 30th culinary event featuring chefs from upstate and New York City making dishes featuring ramps. A similar upstate NADA event, County Affair, took place in the Sullivan County town of Callicoon last July.