New Art Dealers Alliance Art Fair, Miami: Nyugen E. Smith

1 - 4 December 2021
Press release

The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is pleased to announce the exhibitor list for the 19th edition of NADA Miami, the organization’s annual flagship art fair dedicated to celebrating rising talents from around the globe. The fair will take place Wednesday, December 1st through Saturday, December 4th at Ice Palace Studios.


NADA Miami will feature over 130 exhibitors across three sections: Galleries; NADA Projects, an open, exhibition-like presentation of new art from emerging voices; and the latest addition, Publishers, a co-presentation of artist book publishers with Printed Matter and EXILE Books. The 19th edition of NADA Miami will showcase an international series of presentations from a diverse roster of 85 NADA Members and 43 first-time exhibitors for a total of 139 galleries and arts spaces from 49 cities.


“The last year and a half has allowed us to reevaluate the needs of our community and experiment with new formats and initiatives, which has greatly expanded our base of artists and supporters. We’re thrilled to be returning to Miami this year with our most robust and diverse fair to date, and we’re especially grateful to welcome back new and returning international exhibitors,” said NADA Executive Director Heather Hubbs.

Highlights this year include first-time exhibitors with solo presentations from Carla Grunauer (Piedras), Monsieur Zohore (de Boer), and Jeneen Frei Njootli (Macaulay & Co. Fine Art); as well as notable solo presentations from Anthony Olubunmi Akinbola (False Flag), Hangama Amiri (Towards Gallery), Nyugen E. Smith (Sean Horton (Presents)), and Dianna Settles (Burnaway).


In addition to sharing new talents from around the world, NADA Miami celebrates the organization’s steadfast commitment to their community of galleries, art spaces, and art book publishers. This year’s fair bookends a successful year of initiatives, including NADA House, a public exhibition on Governors Island, and NADA x Foreland, a collaborative exhibition installed in Foreland’s historic industrial buildings in the center of Catskill, New York.