The ADAA Art Show – New York


 

ADAA – The Art Dealers Association of America

The 20th Annual Art Show
February 21 – February 25, 2008

Organized by the Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) to benefit Henry Street Settlement, The Art Show presents an outstanding exhibition of museum-quality works for sale, from old masters to modern and contemporary art. When seventy of America’s leading galleries come together under one roof, it’s simply one of the most important art events on the international scene. Meet legendary dealers to discuss works on view and appreciate the finest in painting, sculpture, drawings, prints and photography at the foremost art fair in New York City.

Art Dealers and Auction Houses: A Cultural Divide Saturday, February 23, 2008, 10 to noon

Art dealers and auction houses offer different approaches to selling art and perform distinct roles in the art market. This forum brings together a panel of distinguished experts from auction houses and galleries to discuss their different objectives and the impact of those objectives on the arts community. How do the strategies of auction houses and art dealers differ? What are the effects of their practices on artists, museums, and the market at large? How can the two groups unite on common principles to foster stable art markets? What advantages and disadvantages do private dealers and auction houses offer to collectors?

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