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NADA Villa Warsaw

a new exhibition initiative

Willa Gawrońskich
May 15,2024 - May 19,2024

May 15 May 19

NADA (New Art Dealers Alliance) presents the participants of NADA Villa Warsaw, a new exhibition initiative that will take place from May 16–19, 2024, at the historic Willa Gawrońskich in Warsaw, located at Al. Ujazdowskie 23. The NADA program features presentations by 44 galleries from 25 cities worldwide and Poland, along with meetings with artists and special events.

The main part of the upcoming event will consist of exhibitions prepared by invited galleries from all over the world, with a particular emphasis on guests from Central and Eastern Europe. Together with NADA, the organizers of Villa Warsaw have selected a list of 44 participants for the first edition of the event, who will present contemporary art from dozens of artists in Warsaw. Willa Gawrońskich, a gem of neo-baroque architecture, will open its doors for NADA Villa Warsaw. The joint exhibition in the villa’s spaces will create a dialogue between the diverse artistic galleries and the unique spirit of this location, complemented by a rich accompanying program.

“NADA Villa Warsaw is an event born from the need for international artistic exchange. The space in which it will take place allows for both the presentation of art and the creation of social situations. This event, being the first NADA project in Poland, reflects the growing role our country plays on the international stage. NADA Villa Warsaw aims not only to open Warsaw and Poland to the world but also to showcase the richness of the Polish art scene,” the organizers announce.

The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is a dynamic non-profit organization founded in 2002 in New York, which supports the development and promotion of contemporary art. Over the years, NADA has connected galleries, independent art spaces, and art professionals, creating an international platform for artistic exchange, innovation, and collaboration. Now, for the first time on such a large scale, NADA is involved in a project in Poland.

The NADA Villa Warsaw exhibition was organized on the initiative of Michał Kaczyński (Raster), Marta Kołakowska (Galeria LETO), and Joanna Witek-Lipka (Warsaw Gallery Weekend) in cooperation with NADA. This type of exhibition, based on the collaboration of participating galleries, expands the Villa Raster project—a series of artistic events initiated by Raster in Warsaw in 2006, with subsequent editions in Reykjavik, Tokyo, and Toronto, and similar events later in other parts of the world (e.g., Condo).

“The Villa model has become an incubator for galleries that have developed an independent vision and bold strategy. We are very pleased and excited that together with the New Art Dealers Alliance we will organize the Villa in Poland. Our passion is supporting galleries worldwide,” said Jeffrey Rosen from Misako & Rosen and co-president of the NADA board.

The May exhibition is a unique opportunity to admire works exhibited by Polish and international galleries in the extraordinary interior of Willa Gawrońskich, a place with a rich history and unique atmosphere.

More information about NADA Villa Warsaw and the planned accompanying program coming soon.

Galleries participating in NADA Villa Warsaw:

  • Alyssa Davis Gallery, New York
  • Artbeat, Tbilisi
  • AV17 Gallery, Vilnius
  • BWA Warszawa, Warsaw/Sokołowsko
  • Coulisse Gallery, Stockholm
  • Dio Horia Gallery, Athens
  • eastcontemporary, Milan
  • FIERMAN, New York
  • Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsaw
  • Fragment, New York
  • Galerie Jocelyn Wolff, Romainville
  • Galerie Rolando Anselmi, Rome
  • Galeria Monopol, Warsaw
  • Gunia Nowik Gallery, Warsaw
  • HOS, Warsaw
  • Jak Zapomnieć Gallery, Krakow
  • Jednostka Gallery, Warsaw
  • KIN, Brussels
  • Kisterem, Budapest
  • KRUPA GALLERY, Wrocław
  • Leto, Warsaw
  • lokal_30, Warsaw
  • Max Mayer, Düsseldorf
  • Misako & Rosen, Tokyo
  • Oolong Gallery, Encinitas
  • Piktogram, Warsaw
  • Plan B, Berlin/Cluj-Napoca
  • Polana Institute, Warsaw
  • Raster, Warsaw
  • RAVNIKAR, Ljubljana
  • Stereo, Warsaw
  • SVIT, Prague
  • Szydlowski, Warsaw/Geneva
  • The Green Gallery, Milwaukee
  • The Why Not Gallery, Tbilisi
  • Turnus, Warsaw
  • Voloshyn Gallery, Kyiv/Miami
  • wanda gallery, Warsaw
  • Wschód, Warsaw/New York
  • Yulia Topchy, New York
  • ZERO…, Milan


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