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prestigious contemporary art gallery in Chelsea,

Sarah Belden (of SBFA) is an artist consultant in abroad




 Sarah Belden, an artist advisor, curator and dealer. Sarah Belden's professional life can be described by one word: bold. Sarah quit her job when she was still in her twenties.



 Director at a prestigious contemporary art gallery in Chelsea, NYC. She is moving to Berlin to start Curators Without Borders.



 Platform for curatorial experimentation.



 Sarah secured funding to her gallery through a prominent collector in NYC. Sarah has curated shows that are both sophisticated and professional to ensure that her gallery is able to stay afloat.



 Berlin's high-conceptual standards aren't far behind. Sarah was the curator Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista of numerous exhibitions in this period that featured many young artists



 They have received critical acclaim since then.



 In one of her more controversial exhibitions, Invisible Invincible, Sarah included a piece of Polish artist Agnieszka Kurant -- a live parrot that had been



 Kurant was trained to declare "I'm not an animal" and thus doubt his existence. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum later asked Kurant to design The



 The End of Signature, an interactive digital art project  Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista that was installed on the museum's facade was later purchased by the Guggenheim to be part of its permanent collection.



 Gallery's programming was cut by taking on the risk of undiscovered artists who were young and allowing them to be free to create new experimental pieces.



 It's more accessible than the typical white cube gallery. This made Sarah's job more difficult as a dealer, but it also strengthened her reputation.



 Berlin art scene a promising young curator and galerist



 Sarah also displayed artist Daniel Knorr at Curators Without Borders. He then was a part of Romania at the Venice Biennale 51.



 Artists such as Jeremy Shaw and Michel de Broin -- who  Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista received the prestigious Sobey Art Award and have since shown at major museums and galleries.



 Such as like the Palais de Tokyo (Paris). In 2008, Sarah curated a live performance entitled Opening, Closing by cross-disciplinarian artist David Levine. Levine



 Since then, he has been exhibiting at MoMA in New York. He was also given the Guggenheim fellowship.




 SB You are right. I was forced, as many other artists, shut down my Berlin gallery in 2008 because of the financial crisis. The bright side of the whole thing was that it



 The possibility of moving to Spain together with my husband (we were previously in a long term relationship) I was able to settle down in Madrid with my husband. After he finished his Ph.D.



 He was offered a place at the University of Okayama to  Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista study in Japan and we made the move there in the year 2011. It was then that my son was permitted to begin kindergarten in Japan.



 I was able to return to full-time work.



 This was the moment I knew that I had to get back into the Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista world of art. I've always felt the need to curate and work with artists creatively, and continue to discover.



 Studio visits with talented artists This is what I enjoy doing. This is my favorite thing.



 I also required a source of income, but I had all the experience from abroad. I decided to leverage my networks and take advantage of my past experiences.



 Experience in establishing a sustainable business model  Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista Holo Vista where I can work from Japan or any other location. Retrospectively, I think the pandemics and the resulting economic crisis were the most beneficial.



 The latest norms of WFH, remote work has been a blessing to me.