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Gary Nader Art Centre

Miami

For  over  30  years,  Gary  Nader  has  been  regarded  as  one  of  the  most  entrepreneurial  and successful gallery in the world.
 
From  his  early  career  as  the  Director  of  Nader  Gallery  of  Santo  Domingo  in  the  Dominican Republic  in  1981  to  his  move  to  the  United  States  to  set  up  a  gallery  specializing  in  Latin American Art in Miami in 1985, Gary Nader has been determined not only to establish himself as an  expert  on  Latin  American  Art,  but  to disseminate  information  about  this  recognized  and exciting area of art in order to expand the horizons of his artists and collectors. To do this, Nader has established a number of significant art projects and publications, and he is still exploring other possibilities to enhance his profile and that of the art he believes so strongly in supporting. The opening of Gary Nader Fine Art in Coral Gables in 1992 was another step in expanding his role beyond that of a mere gallery director interested in the commercial sale of art.
 
Today, Gary Nader fine art has become much more than just a gallery; it’s one of the most important fine art gallery and the largest gallery in the world with 55,000 sq. ft. of exhibition space with three components: Gary Nader Private Collection, the Exhibition Gallery and the Sculpture Park. Situated in the heart of Wynwood, the new and renovated art district of Miami, it  presents an extensive number of solo and group exhibitions, showcasing a major selection of works  by  well-­‐known  Modern  and  Contemporary   artists  worldwide  such  as:  Abu  Naba'a, Atchugarry, Basquiat, Bermudez, Botero, Bravo, Cárdenas, Carreño, Chagall, Chamberlain, Chia, Condo, De Stabler, Dubuffet, Fontana, Galán, Goldfarb, Goldin, Gursky, Henry, Hirst, Hudson, Indiana, Iturria, Kahlo, Kippenberger, Kuitca,  Lam, Larraz, Lichtenstein, Manet, Martinez Celaya, Matta,  Matisse,  Miro,  Monet,  Nara,  Neshat,  Oehlen,  Oppenheim,  Pettoruti,  Picasso, Rauschenberg,  Rosenquist, Rivera, Ruff, Scheibitz, Soto, Stella, Tamayo, Toledo, Torres García, Vari, Venet, Warhol and Zuñiga, among others. 
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Gary Nader NY

New York

Committed to promoting the finest Latin American Art as well as modern and contemporary art to continue a 30+ year gallery tradition, on October 2014 the gallery opened Gary Nader Fine Art a new public venue located in New York at 57 Street and Fifth Avenue, with more than 4,500 sq. ft. of exhibition space.

 The inaugural exhibition featured the paintings, drawings and sculpture of the Colombian master Fernando Botero. The gallery owns about of 100 pieces of the master’s work, which make its collection the most extensive anywhere in the world.

 Gary Nader Fine Arts also holds the largest portfolio of contemporary masterworks by artists that include Basquiat, Chagall, Chia, Cruz-Diez, Di Cavalcanti, Hirst, Indiana, Kippenberger, Kuitca, Lam, Lichtenstein, Matisse, Matta, Morales, Oehlen, Pettoruti, Picasso, Portinari, Rauschenberg, Rivera, Soto, Stella, Tamayo, Toledo, Torres-Garcia, Varejao, Vasarely, among others.




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NaderLAAM

Miami, FL

The Nader Latin American Art Museum (NaderLAAM) and its inaugural collection of the most important modern and contemporary works from Latin America, the Caribbean and the diaspora will introduce Gary Nader’s vision for a dynamic cultural center in United States. This new grand museum will present comprehensive exhibitions of works in all media in a permanent space dedicated to showcasing the global importance of the art of Latin America and the Caribbean.

With Gary Nader’s private collection of over 650 works to anchor the programs, the museum will offer innovative exhibitions, music, conferences, films and other projects to bring appreciation to the immense cultural significance of Latin America. The artists represented will include the Masters of the modern era and the latest creation of a new generation of emerging artists that will demonstrate conclusively that Latin America is, and has been, a major part of a global history of art and that this great cosmopolitan city of Miami is a perfect location to celebrate its significance   

A group exhibition including important paintings, sculptures, drawings and other media from the museum's permanent collection accompanied the debut of the NaderLAAM model and architectural plan designed by well-known Mexican architect Fernando Romero at Gary Nader gallery, Miami.

Featured artists are Pablo Atchugarry, Jose Bedia, Fernando Botero, Claudio Bravo, Agustin Cardenas, Mario Carreño, Emiliano Di Cavalcanti, Carlos Cruz Diez, Carlos Enriquez, Pedro Figari, Julio Galan, Walter Goldfarb, Oswaldo Guayasamin, Enrique Grau, Ignacio Iturria, Frida Kahlo, Guillermo Kuitca, Wifredo Lam, Julio Larraz, Victor Manuel, Fabian Marcaccio, Matta, Beatriz Milhazes, Armando Morales, Guillermo Muñoz Vera, Alejandro Obregon, Amelia Pelaez, Emilio Pettoruti, Candido Portinari, Rene Portocarrero, Diego Rivera, Betsabee Romero, Tomas Sanchez, Jesus Rafael Soto, Rufino Tamayo, Francisco Toledo, Joaquin Torres Garcia, Ivan Tovar , Francisco Zuñiga and Angel Zarraga among others.

The NaderLAAM exclusively devoted to presenting Latin American Art is committed to engaging the community and being the promoter for a cultural transformation. The NaderLAAM will serve to educate the community and our youth about the culture and heritage that has established the core of the society we live in today.
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