Art Chicago and NEXT 2011
Art Chicago and NEXT
Opening Day Previews:
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Friday April 29–Monday May 2, 2011
The 2011 editions of Art Chicago and NEXT will present a more focused vision for the Chicago landmark arts-weekend. Through a combined floor-plan and a joint public program featuring the leading players in the art world, Art Chicago and NEXT are poised to present visitors an unparalleled arts experience with both emerging and established contemporary art in one location
"Art Chicago and NEXT are in top form this year," says Paul Morris, Vice President of MMPI Art Shows and Director of Art Chicago | NEXT. "With a more focused floor-plan, the dual presentation of both fairs will allow our visitors greater access to the art on view and the public programming."
Ken Tyburski, the Curatorial Director of NEXT, notes that "We are thrilled for NEXT to be showing with Art Chicago this year. The energy of the dealers and collectors this year is unlike any I've seen and we feel the synergy of having both fairs occurring alongside each other will really show in the energy, excitement and visitors."
Art Chicago List of Exhibitors:
Barcelona: Galeria Ferran Cano; Villa del Arte galleries Basel: Licht Feld Bath: Adam Gallery Berlin: Wilde Gallery Beverly Hills: Timothy Yarger Fine Art Boston: DTR Modern Galleries; Alpha Gallery Brescia: PaciArte Contemporary Bristol: Cube Gallery Brooklyn: Muriel Guepin Calgary: Newzones Chalfont: Contemporary Works / Vintage Works Charlotte: Jerald Melberg Gallery Chicago: Jean Albano Gallery; Andrew Bae Gallery; Bartlow Gallery; Russell Bowman Art Advisory; Corbett vs. Dempsey; Douglas Dawson Gallery; Catherine Edelman Gallery; Carl Hammer Gallery; kasia kay art projects gallery; Thomas Masters Gallery; McCormick Gallery; Richard Norton Gallery; Patrajdas Contemporary; Perimeter Gallery; Judy A. Saslow Gallery; Ken Saunders Gallery; Zolla/Lieberman Gallery Cleveland: Contessa Gallery Columbus: Hawk Galleries Coral Gables: Cernuda Arte Dublin: BlueLeaf Gallery Evanston: Gillock Gallery Fort Lauderdale: Verve Gallery Houston: John Palmer Fine Art Ketchum: Gallery DeNovo; Gail Severn Gallery London: Bicha Gallery; Browse & Darby; Catto Gallery; The Cynthia Corbett Gallery; Jill George Gallery; Mark Jason Gallery; W. H. Patterson; Quantum Contemporary Art; Anya Stonelake / White Space Gallery; Unix Fine Art; Woolff Gallery Miami: Black Square Gallery; Diana Lowenstein Fine Arts; 101/exhibit Milwaukee: Tory Folliard Gallery Moscow: Art-Kvartal Murcia: La Ribera Galería de Arte Naarden: Rize Art Gallery Nashville: Cumberland Gallery Nassau: West Hill Gallery New York: George Billis Gallery; Dillon Gallery; Forum Gallery; June Kelly Gallery; Kips Gallery; Kathryn Markel Fine Arts; Laurence Miller Gallery; Hollis Taggart Galleries; Walter Wickiser Gallery; Asymmetrik Inc. Palm Beach: Holden Luntz Gallery Paris: Envie d'Art; Galerie Mark Hachem; Martin du Louvre; Galerie Richard; Galerie Olivier Waltman Peekskill: Penrick Collections Petaluma: Barry Singer Gallery Providence: AUREUS Contemporary San Francisco: Hespe Gallery; Modernbook Gallery Editions; Paul Thiebaud Gallery; Robert Berman Gallery Santa Fe: Turner Carroll Gallery; Eight Modern; David Richard Contemporary; TAI Gallery; VERVE Gallery of Photography; Winterowd Fine Art; Zane Bennett Contemporary Art Seoul: art company MISOOLSIDAE; Galerie Bhak; Chosun Art Gallery; Gallery H.A.N. St. Louis: Philip Slein Gallery St. Petersburg: Erarta / Ten43Gallery Tokyo: Wada Garou Toronto: Christopher Cutts Gallery; Nikola Rukaj Gallery Vancouver: Winsor Gallery Vienna: Galerie Peithner-Lichtenfels Westmont: Encore Glass & Fine Art
NEXT List of Exhibitors:
Abba Fine Art | ACRE | Balloon | Boltax Gallery | Boma Modern | Spencer Brownstone | Cade Tompkins | Causey Contemporary | Charlie James | Christina Ray | Christopher West Presents | DCKT | Dunham Place Salon | Galeria Baobab | Gallery G-77 | Kavi Gupta | La Opera | LaMontagne Gallery | Laroch Joncas | Linda Warren | Lombard Cotemporary | Lyons Wier/Antena Estudio | Mixed Greens | Molesworth | Nicole Villeneuve | Packer Schopf | Portrait Society | Robert Bills | Angela Schuler Contemporary | Secrist Gallery | Skew Gallery | Steve Turner Contemporary | Variant | Visual Arts Gallery | Walter Maciel Gallery | White Wings Press | Zevitas Gallery
Art Chicago | NEXT's venue for critical discourse, the Talk Shop, will host the third annual CONVERGE: Contemporary Curators Forum panel series. CONVERGE is a platform for curators and arts professionals across non-profit institutions to engage in dialogue surrounding the most pressing topics facing contemporary art and its markets. This year's theme, Ambiguities of Place, will feature public panels, one-on-one conversations, and roundtable discussions including Culture + Community: Dynamic New Models, Beyond the Stretcher: Breaking Down Spatial Limitations in Contemporary Painting, Edgy Art; Who's Collecting It, Who's Exhibiting It? and Renovating the Underground.
For the third year in a row, New Insight, the celebrated exhibition of students in leading MFA schools, will be curated by Susanne Ghez, director of the Renaissance Society. New Insight provides an unparalleled opportunity to see new and innovative ideas representing the next generation of talented young artists from some of the country's most selective graduate programs. Students from the following programs will be exhibited:
California College of the Arts | Carnegie Mellon University | City University of New York | Cranbrook Academy of Art | Maryland Institute College of Art | Rhode Island School of Design | San Francisco Art Institute | School of the Art Institute of Chicago |University of California at Los Angeles | Yale University