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Hudson Dies at 63

by Paddy Johnson and Matthew Leifheit on February 13, 2014
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Yesterday was a bad day for art. Gagosian announced they will be hiring Derek Blasberg, Editor-at-Large for Harper’s Bazaar, to do lord knows what (I mean that literally, as he’s not got a position), and Hudson, the founder of Feature Inc., died. The first bit of bad news isn’t worth much discussion. Blasberg is just another jewel in an empire that values culture by the money and influence it has behind it, not the ideas it contributes to society. Hudson was different. He cared about art just as much as the business, and in these times, that kind of loss will be felt.

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Report from NADA Hudson: The Historic Venue Phish Show of Art Fairs

by David Harper on August 2, 2011
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Artists, dealers, hipsters, and collectors thronged upstate this weekend for the NADA Hudson, deemed the “Phish show of art fairs.” 51 participants, from far and wide, aimed to showcase projects that responded to the historic venue. Overall, it was a cohesive and buoyant success.

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[Sponsor] NADA and Basilica Hudson present NADA Hudson, July 30-31

by Sponsors on July 28, 2011
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The New Art Dealers Alliance and Basilica Hudson are pleased to announce NADA Hudson, a large scale exhibition featuring over 30 projects presented by NADA members and affiliates.

The Basilica Hudson, built in 1884 as a foundry and forge for the manufacture of steel railway wheels, is the last great 19th century building on the Hudson waterfront. NADA Hudson will build upon the character of this historic venue in showcasing contemporary sculpture, installation and performance. The project will occupy nearly 8,000 square feet of indoor space, a theatre space and well over 10,000 square feet of outdoor space.

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