Here Are Your 2014 Independent Fair Participants

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The Independent, the art fair co-founded by gallerists Elizabeth Dee and Darren Flook back in 2010 that takes place in the Chelsea building formerly occupied by the Dia Art Foundation during Armory Week, will return this year for its fifth edition, running March 6-9. The organizers announced the participating galleries on Monday morning, with a lineup of 56 exhibitors — up from 40 last year — including a predictably strong U.S. and European contingent, as well as outliers like Labor and House of Gaga from Mexico City, Istanbul’s Protocinema, and Mendes Wood DM from São Paulo.

Here is the full lineup of Independent 2014 exhibitors:

47 Canal (New York)
Christian Andersen (Copenhagen)
The Approach (London)
Art : Concept (Paris)
Artists Space (New York)
Balice Hertling (Paris)
The Box (Los Angeles)
BQ (Berlin)
Broadway 1602 (New York)
Gavin Brown’s enterprise (New York)
Campoli Presti (London/Paris)
Galerie Mehdi Chouakri (Berlin)
Elizabeth Dee (New York)
Gaudel de Stampa (Paris)
Herald St (London)
House of Gaga (Mexico DF)
Karma (New York)
kaufmann repetto (Milan)
Anton Kern Gallery (New York)
KOW (Berlin)
Andrew Kreps Gallery (New York)
Labor (Mexico DF)
Galerie Emanuel Layr (Vienna)
Wilfried Lentz (Rotterdam)
David Lewis (New York)
Ignacio Liprandi (Buenos Aires)
Maccarone (New York)
Gió Marconi (Milan)
Martos Gallery (New York)
McCaffrey Fine Art (New York)
Mendes Wood (São Paulo)
Meyer Kainer (Vienna)
Meyer Riegger (Karlesruhe/Berlin)
The Modern Institute (Glasgow)
Murray Guy (New York)
Galerie Nagel Draxler (Berlin)
Galerie Neu (Berlin)
Neue Alte Brücke (Frankfurt)
Franco Noero (Torino)
Office Baroque Gallery (Brussels)
OKO (New York)
Peres Projects (Berlin)
ProtoCinema (New York/Istanbul)
RaebervonStenglin (Zürich)
Ramiken Crucible (New York)
Real Fine Arts (New York)
Kerry Schuss (New York)
Société (Berlin)
Sprüth Magers (Berlin/London)
Stuart Shave Modern Art (London)
Supportico Lopez (Berlin)
Three Star Books (Paris)
Untitled (New York)
Vilma Gold (London)
Michael Werner (London/New York)
White Columns (New York)
Galerie Susanne Zander (Cologne)

The fair runs March 6-9 at 548 West 22nd Street.

— Benjamin Sutton (@bhsutton)

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