34 Photos - Jul 29, 2012
Photo: A general view of the main hall of NADA Hudson 2012Photo: The Screening RoomPhoto: A view of Envoy Enterprises's contribution (foreground, David Alexender Flinn)Photo: Marianne Vitale of Zach Feuer GalleryPhoto: JD Walsh of Daily OperationPhoto: Anton Ginzburg of Braverman GalleryPhoto: Alex Da Corte of Joe Sheftel GalleryPhoto: Ian Pedigo at Klaus von NichtssagendPhoto: Brent Owens at Invisible-Exports with works by Jesse A Greenberg of Kansas in the backgroundPhoto: A detail of Brent Owens' "Party Sub" (2012)Photo: Michaelle Vaughan's Rupert Murdoch & Rebekah Brooks cut outs at Dumbo Arts CenterPhoto: Alex Melamid's therapy at (Art)AmalgamatedPhoto: View of the side gallery with (left to right) Hanna Sandin of Churner and Churner, David Cary Higginbothan of Blackston and Ryan Wallace of Morgan LehmanPhoto: David Cary Higginbothan of BlackstonPhoto: Mike Hein of ADA GalleryPhoto: Bo Christian Larsson (Vogt Gallery)Photo: David Cherubini of Newman Popiashvili GalleryPhoto: Bogdan Vladuta of Ana Cristea GalleryPhoto: William Stone of James Fuentes LLCPhoto: Felix Salmon hanging out in the Buddha Telephone Booth, William Stone of James Fuentes LLCPhoto: Felix Salmon hanging out in the Buddha Telephone Booth, William Stone of James Fuentes LLCPhoto: A couple (Felix Salmon and Michelle Vaughan) getting their photos "taken" at Daniel Davidson's picture booth (ADA Gallery)Photo: $5 gets you a sketch portrait at Daniel Davidson's picture booth (ADA Gallery)Photo: Sculptures by Allen Galtter at Rawson ProjectsPhoto: Not sure who this isPhoto: Jessical Laino of Frederic SnitzerPhoto: Eloise Fornieles of Paradise RowPhoto: Cal Lane of Benrimon ContemporaryPhoto: Chris Fraser's "Cross Section" at HighlightPhoto: Photo: Left to right, Kristan Kennedy (Fourteen30 Contemporary), William Stone (James Fuentes LLC), Jerry Blackman (Toomer Labdza) and John Jines (Show Room)Photo: Borden Capalino of RamikenPhoto: Benjamin Degan of American Contemporary (foreground)Photo: Thomas Kovachevich of Callicoon Fine Arts