Art Dealers Association of America

At the ADAA Art Show, dealers make the case for under-appreciated bodies of work by beloved artists

The fair, which coincides with the Art Dealers Association of America’s 60th anniversary, remains an elegant showcase for under-exposed bodies of work by familiar names, among other discoveries

Blue chip artists and dealers benefit from coronavirus relief packages, a federal report reveals

Pace, David Zwirner and Jeff Koons named among the top recipients of US taxpayer-funded forgivable loans, as smaller galleries seek additional aid

Art dealers across the US struggling to survive as new report projects a 73% loss in revenue

A survey conducted by the Art Dealers Association of America also reveals a 74% reduction in employment of contractors and freelancers due to coronavirus


‘Emergency grants are not going to rid us of this crisis’— is there hope for a new New Deal in the US?

A new survey reports 95% of American artists have lost income due to coronavirus as the nation's unemployment rate rises to Great Depression-era levels

New York galleries seek rent relief from state government in the wake of coronavirus shutdowns

Some dealers are "prepared for a rent strike" if Governor Cuomo does not address a new bill offering rent suspensions to small businesses before 1 April

US House of Representatives passes an anti-money laundering bill that could affect art and antiquities dealers

Introduced in March, the Counter Act is the latest legislation that faces dealers with financial regulatory burden

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Collaboration is key at New York's ADAA Art Show

Co-presentations and “collegiality” prove strengths of the 31st edition, which runs through 3 March

US anti-money-laundering bill could reappear early next year

Critics say the proposed law, which stalled following the US mid-term elections, would place an unnecessary burden on dealers

Schiele restitution case could damage NY business, say dealers

The ruling in long-standing legal battle may threaten defence that a purchase was made in good faith


Artists should have same tax deductions as collectors when donating works of art

The Art Dealers Association of America is lobbying the government to change the law

2003 ADAA Art Show review

It was inevitable that attendance and sales would be down with current economic instability, but overall sales were good and quality was high


Diary of US dealer Ann Freedman: No websales, please; only the personal touch

The president and executive director of Knoedler’s encourages collectors to become museum patrons and supplies major museums with works of art

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Clients look to spend, some over $1 million dollars: The Art Show 1994, New York

Serious collectors, serious prices, but mostly for the modern