NADA Villa Warsaw <br> Brzeski Olaf, Jabłońska Karolina, Stasik Paulina

NADA Villa Warsaw is a col­laborative exhibition featuring 44 inter­national gal­leries, taking place May 16th to 19th, 2024, at the historic Willa Gawrońskich on Aleje Ujazdowskie.


The neo-​baroque buil­ding, con­struc­ted in 1924 and designed by Marcin Wein­feld, has been the site of several historic events over the course of the last cen­tury. The Villa now provides an oppor­tunity for par­ticipating artists and gal­leries to engage its unique charac­ter through a diverse series of presentations.


Brin­ging together gal­leries from 27 cities and three con­tinents, NADA Villa Warsaw is organized by Michał Kaczyński (Raster), Marta Kołakowska (LETO), and Joanna Witek-​Lipka (Warsaw Gal­lery Week­end) in part­ner­ship with the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA). This col­laborative model is an exten­sion of the Villa Raster project—a series of art events initiated by Raster in Warsaw in 2006, with sub­sequent editions in Iceland, Japan, and Canada.


The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is a dynamic non-​profit organization that sup­ports the develop­ment and promotion of con­tem­porary art. NADA con­nects gal­leries, indepen­dent art spaces, and art profes­sionals, creating an inter­national plat­form for exchange, innovation, and col­laboration. NADA Villa Warsaw is the organization’s first project in Cen­tral and Eastern Europe.


NADA Villa Warsaw
Brzeski Olaf, Jabłońska Karolina, Stasik Paulina

May 16–19, 2024
Open to the Public:
Thursday, May 16, 3–7 pm
Friday, May 17, 12–7 pm
Saturday, May 18, 12–7 pm
Sunday, May 19, 12–7 pm
Villa Gawrońskich
Al. Ujazdowskie 23
00-540 Warsaw, Poland
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