Featured Press CoverageArtdaily - "Six U.S. museums receive Art Dealers Association of America Foundation grants"
Artnet News - "What Is an Exhibition Without an Opening?: New York City Galleries Kick Off a Surreal Fall Art Season Unlike Any Other"
Artnet News - "ADAA Names New Members"
ARTnews - "Art Dealers Association of America Adds Six New Members"
Crain's New York - "The art world looks to return to traditional modes of doing business after being forced to sell online"
Financial Times - "Art market confidence is lower than the 2008 crisis, reports show"
Artsy - "U.S. galleries reported enormous revenue losses due to COVID-19"
Artdaily - "U.S. art galleries project 73% loss in Q2 revenue due to COVID-19 developments"
Barron's PENTA - "Art Galleries Report Steep Revenue Drops Amid Closure"
The Art Newspaper - "Art dealers across the US struggling to survive as new report projects a 73% loss in revenue"
ARTnews - "U.S. Gallery Revenues to Tumble Because of Coronavirus: Report"
Artnet - "Just How Bad Has the Financial Fallout Been for US Galleries?"
Harpers Bazaar Online - "State of the Art Industry in the Time of Coronavirus"
The Art Newspaper - "'Emergency grants are not going to rid us of this crisis’— is there hope for a new New Deal in the US?"
Barron's PENTA - "How Art Dealers Are Navigating With Gallery Doors Shuttered"
Artnet - "The Art World Needs to Rally Behind the #CancelRent Movement to Save Itself—and Everyone Else, Too"
The Art Newspaper - "New York galleries seek rent relief from state government in the wake of coronavirus shutdowns"
Artsy - "New York art dealers backed a COVID-19 relief bill to suspend rent."
Frieze - "‘You Can’t Do This By Yourself’: Can US Museums and Artists Survive Covid-19?"
Artnet - "Arts Organizations Are Working to Promote a New Bill That Would Suspend Rent for New York’s Struggling Small Businesses and Artists"
The Art Newspaper - "New York galleries turn on the cameras as they turn off the lights during coronavirus lockdown"
Barron's PENTA - "The Art Wold Moves Online Amid Fair and Gallery Closings"
The Art Newspaper - 'A giant wall': art world feels the pinch of Trump’s 25% import duty on printed works
ARTnews - New U.S. Tariffs Could Hit Some Prints, Photographs from Germany, United Kingdom
Observer - Trump’s Tariffs Will Deal a Blow to the Art Market in China and Beyond
Artnet News - The US Will Hit Chinese Art and Antiquities With an Additional 10 Percent Tariff Next Month as the Trade War Escalates
The Art Newspaper - Trump delays tariffs on Chinese goods until December—but not for art and antiquities
Artforum - Art Dealers Association Of America Welcomes Eight New Member Galleries
ARTnews - Michael Findlay Named President of Art Dealers Association of America Foundation
Artforum - Art Dealers Association of America Foundation Announces New Leadership
Artdaily - Michael Findlay appointed President of the Art Dealers Association of America Foundation Board
Press Releases10.29.20 - ADAA Foundation Announces 2020 Museum Grant Receipients
08.12.20 - ADAA Announces Six New Member Galleries, 2020
5.19.20 - COVID-19 Impact Survey of U.S. Art Galleries
3.2.20 - The Art Show 2020 End of Fair Review
1.28.20 - The Art Show 2020
12.12.19 - ADAA Foundation Announces 2019 Museum Grant Recipients
11.18.19 - The Art Show 2020
8.19.19 - ADAA Statement China Tariffs
6.19.19 - ADAA Announces Eight New Member Galleries, 2019
11.14.18 - ADAA Foundation Announces 2018 Museum Grant Recipients
9.26.18 - The Art Show 2019 Exhibitors Announcement
3.5.18 - The Art Show 2018 End of Fair Review
3.2.18 - Andrew L. Schoelkopf Appointed President of ADAA
2.27.18 - The Art Show 2018 Press Kit
1.17.18 - The Art Show 2018 Program Highlights
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ADAA Releases Results of First Members Survey
ADAA Launches New Website Design with Blog
ADAA Foundation Announces Curatorial Awards 2013
ADAA Relief Fund Doubles Available Grant Funds
ADAA Distributes Relief Funds to Art Galleries
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