Wednesday, July 17, 2019 - 6:00pm till 8:00pm

Join ADAA and 30 of our member galleries for the ADAA Chelsea Gallery Walk 2019! Participating galleries will stay open late, until 8pm, for a rare opportunity to see their exhibitions after-hours. Visit our members from 18th to 36th streets to see some of the most dynamic exhibitions in New York City this summer.

Special Events
(check back regularly for updates)
ACA Galleries: 6:00-8:00pm : Reception with refreshments and live music.
Susan Inglett Gallery: 6:00-8:00pm : Free entry into a raffle to win a print by Isca Greenfield-Sanders, in addition to a reception with Greg Smith, whose exhibition “Garage Politburo” is on view through July 26.
Sean Kelly Gallery: 6:00pm : Curator-led walkthrough of "Abstract by Nature," on view through August 2.
Lehmann Maupin: 6:00pm : Curator-led walkthrough of "cart, horse, cart" at 501 West 24th Street, continues at 6:30pm at 536 West 22nd Street.
Petzel: 6:00pm : Exhibition walkthrough led by artist Dana Hoey, whose solo show “Dana Hoey Presents” will be on view through August 2.
P.P.O.W.: 6:30pm : Artists Kyle Dunn and Sophia Narrett in conversation about the gallery's exhibition "Do You Love Me?," moderated by the show's curator Eden Deering. 
Ricco/Maresca Gallery: 7:00-8:00pm : Critic, curator, and writer Edward M. Gomez will talk about the exhibition on view and present a brief history of the field of Self-Taught/Outsider Art.
Julie Saul Gallery: 6:00-8:00pm : Artists Maria Martínez-Cañas, Sarah Anne Johnson, Bill Jacobson, and Arne Svenson will be signing their monographs at the gallery. Their books will be sold at 50% off retail.


Instagram Photo Contest
Gallery Walk visitors can enter to win a tote bag full of art books and exhibition catalogues by posting photos of their experience on Instagram with the hashtag #ADAAChelseaGalleryWalk. A winner will be selected from those who visit and post from the most ADAA galleries during the event. To be eligible, you must follow @the_adaa and post all photos by 12 noon on July 18.

Participants