Last night, the Art Dealers Association of America opened its Art Show, with an evening preview to benefit the Henry Street Settlement. Top art collectors like Agnes Gund and J. Tomilson Hill were in attendance. Artists KAWS, Leonardo Drew, and Chloe Wise; Museu de Arte de São Paulo artistic director Adriano Pedrosa; actor David Cross; writer Fran Lebowitz; and many more could also be spotted at the fair. ADAA members typically present booths that focus on one or two artists from their rosters. This year’s focused presentations didn’t disappoint, with a range of great art on view from knockout pieces by Melissa Cody (who also stopped by the Art Show), Myrlande Constant, and Young-Il Ahn. Below, a look at the best works on view.

Source: The Best Booths at ADAA’s 2021 Art Show, From Vodou Flags to Tour-de-Force Abstraction

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