NADA Acquires Work by Jacqueline de Jong

Recent Acquisition: Jacqueline de Jong

_A_t NADA Miami 2018, the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) acquired Jacqueline De Jong’s “Happy Nights of Dolwen de Bretagne,” 2017 exhibited by Dürst Britt & Mayhew of The Hague, Netherlands. The artwork will be part of the NADA collection, an initiative started in 2017.

Jacqueline de Jong, born in the Netherlands in 1939, is revered for founding, editing and publishing The Situationist Times in the 1960s, and is well known for her long-term collaboration with Asger Jorn and the Cobra movement. De Jong’s publishing, painting, and sculpture endeavors have spanned over five decades, and her artistic practice is as vital, provocative, and contradictory as ever.

Jacqueline de Jong, “Happy Nights of Dolwen de Bretagne” (2017)


About NADA

Founded in 2002, New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is a not-for-profit 501c(6) collective of professionals working with contemporary art. Its mission is to create an open flow of information, support, and collaboration within the arts field and to develop a stronger sense of community among its constituency. Through support and encouragement, NADA facilitates strong and meaningful relationships between its members working with new contemporary and emerging art. In addition, NADA hosts an annual art fair in Miami.

NADA Collection
The NADA Collection, initiated in 2017, directly supports NADA’s constituency of galleries and alternative spaces through the purchase of works and reflects the diverse range of artists that exhibit with NADA galleries.

In addition to membership, fairs, and programming; the NADA Collection is an integral component to our mission as the definitive non-profit organization dedicated to the cultivation, support, and advancement of new and relevant voices in contemporary art.

The NADA Collection is now available to browse online, with works from Básica TV, Sky Hopinka, Kahlil Robert Irving, Jacqueline de Jong, Baseera Khan, Jirí Kovanda, Mary Manning, Michael Linares, Juan Sebastián Peláez, Mariana Murcia, and Scott Reeder.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE NADA COLLECTION