The ADAA’s 2024 Chelsea Gallery Walk to be Held on July 17th

 

 

 

Installation view of the whimsical & wonderful OSGEMEOS in their new exhibition, Cultivating Dreams, at Lehmann Maupin

The Art Dealers Association of America (ADAA) will hold its sixth annual Chelsea Gallery Walk on Wednesday, July 17th from 6:00 ~ 8:00pm. This is a free event that includes artist talks, film screenings, and both curator-led or self-guided tours. And while you’re there, step into the City Opera Thrift Shop (yes, in support of City Opera), which will also be open to 8pm (more below).

Plan your evening with the 2024 Chelsea Gallery Walk Map below:

 

 

Below are a few of the gallery talks and curator-led walks:

ACA Galleries,  6:00-8:00pm, a reception with artists Richard Haas, Greg Lamarche, Joseph Peller, and Doug Safranek, on the occasion of the Summer in the City exhibition.
Berry Campbell, 7:30pm, artist talk led by Jill Nathanson on her ongoing exhibition Jill Nathanson: Chord Field.
Marianne Boesky Gallery, 6:30pm, a walk-through led by artist Gina Beavers of Material World, an exhibition she curated at the gallery’s 509 W 24th St location.
DC Moore Gallery, 6:00-8:00pm, a reception for the Who Is There?exhibition.
Nohra Haime Gallery, 6:00-8:00pm, a reception with refreshments.
Hauser & Wirth, 7:30pm, screening of DADDA – Poodle House Saloon, co-directed by Paul McCarthy and Damon McCarthy. The event will take place at the 443 W 18th St location; RSVP is required through this link.
Susan Inglett Gallery, 6:00-7:00pm, launch party for the new quarterly publication On The Rag written and conceived by Cortney Connolly and Becket Gourlay. The event will feature a reading of immersive art critics and prominent downtown writers. Copies of the publication will be available at the gallery.
7:00-8:00pm, a reception with refreshments.
Miles McEnery Gallery, 6:00-8:00pm, artist Robert Russell will be present to host informal tours of his exhibition at the 515 W 22nd St location.
Yossi Milo, 7:00pm, a tour led by the gallery’s Director, Jack Cassou, of the SURFACE TROUBLE exhibition.
Pace African & Oceanic Art, 6:30pm, gallery Director, Carlo Bella, will give a talk titled Collecting African Art in the 21st Century.
Ricco/Maresca Gallery, 6:00-8:00pm, opening reception of the exhibitions Scantily: Nudity in Vernacular Art and Thrills and Chills: Unique Circus Poster Maquettes (1925 – 40).
Nara Roesler, 6:00-8:00pm, launch party for the new publication It Looked, and I Looked Back by artist Marcos Chaves. The artist will be available to sign purchased copies of the book and his artworks will be displayed in the gallery.
Mary Ryan Gallery, 6:00-8:00pm, a reception with refreshments.
RYAN LEE Gallery, 6:00-8:00pm, a reception with refreshments.
Sikkema Jenkins & Co., 6:00-8:00pm, book sale offering a selection of catalogues and art books, with all proceeds going to charity.
Skoto Gallery, 6:00-8:00pm, a reception with refreshments.

Van Leeuwen Ice Cream Truck, corner of W 24th St and 10th Ave.

Instagram Photo Contest
Gallery Walk participants can also win tickets to The Art Show, a tote bag full of art books, and exhibition catalogues by posting photos of their experience on Instagram, and using #ADAAGalleryWalk in the caption. A winner will be selected from those who visit and tag the most ADAA galleries during the event. To be eligible, you must follow @The_ADAA and post all photos by 2:00pm ET on Friday, July 19.

The ADAA is very happy to have you join the Gallery Walk, and we hope you have a good time. Please note, however, that the event will take place on public roadways and sidewalks, and in outdoor and indoor spaces that are open to the public. There is inherent risk in any activity like this. The ADAA disclaims any and all liability for any kind of personal injury or loss of or damage to your property that may occur during the Gallery Walk. Additionally, ADAA disclaims any and all liability for any kind of personal injury, illness, or death arising out of or resulting from the consumption of food items during the Gallery Walk. By your participation in the Gallery Walk, you are assuming all such risks.

#ADAAGalleryWalk

City Opera Thrift Shop, 513 West 26th Street in Chelsea

In the middle of a plethora of art galleries on West 26th Street, you will find City Opera Thrift Shop. This wonderfully curated collection of donations has been supporting New York City Opera for over forty years.

City Opera Thrift Shop

Did you know that New York City Opera was dubbed ‘The People’s Opera’ by Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia at its founding in 1943? Read more about its history Here.

City Opera Thrift Shop

City Opera Thrift Shop is located at 513 West 26th Street, just west of 10th Avenue. They will have special hours during the Chelsea Gallery Walk, open to 8:00pm on July 17th.

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