Fine Art Dealers Association

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The Fine Art Dealers Association (FADA) was founded in 1990 as a non-profit membership organization of art dealers. Membership in FADA is highly selective and by invitation only. Each member has expert knowledge of the artist or periods in which he or she specializes and maintains a corresponding inventory. Members share their expertise through significant exhibition, informative catalogs, and by offering works of art whose authenticity is carefully researched.

Membership[edit]

As of August 2012, there are 47 active art gallery members of the association. Each member is represented on the association's website.

Los Angeles Art Show[edit]

As the creator and overseer of the annual Los Angeles Art Show for 17 years, FADA applied the same principles as above to the organization of this annual fair. In September of 2012 the Association sold the Los Angeles Art Show to the Palm Beach Show Group.[1]

FADA Officers and Board of Directors[edit]

  • Betina Tasende, President
  • Beverly Denenberg, Vice President
  • Heidi Chang, Treasurer
  • George Stern
  • Howard L. Rehs
  • Howard Rosenbaum
  • Jonathan Novak
  • Susan Bodo

Administration[edit]

Jane Glassman, Executive Director

Past presidents[edit]

  • 1997–2009: Howard L. Rehs
  • 1995–1997: Tom Nygard
  • 1993–1995: Gavin Spanierman
  • 1991–1993: David Stary Sheets
  • 1989–1991: George Stern

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