Wow

They have also been rewarded with praise

 An Art Consultant Abroad: Sarah Belden of SBFA




 

 Sarah Belden is an art advisor as well as a curator and dealer. Sarah's professional life can be summarized in one word: brave. Sarah quit her job when she was in her 30's while still working.



 

 Director of an elite contemporary art gallery in Chelsea. NYC. To move to Berlin and create her own groundbreaking gallery, Curators Ohne Grenzen -- a



 

 Platform for curatorial experimentation.



 

 Sarah found a financial supporter who was a prominent collector from NYC for her gallery. Sarah curated galleries that were both sophisticated and elegant to help finance the gallery.



 

 By Berlin's high-conceptual standard it's incredibly innovative. Sarah was the curator of several exhibitions during this time which featured a variety of young artists



 

 They have also been rewarded with praise from the media.



 

 Invisible Invincible, one of Sarah’s provocative shows, Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active  featured the Polish artist Agnieszka Curant's work -which was a live parrot.



 

 Kurant was taught to say "I'm not a bird" and thus doubt his existence. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum was later able to order Kurant to develop The



 

 End of Signature, an interactive digital art installation that was installed on the museum's facade, was eventually purchased by the Guggenheim for its permanent collection.



 

 The gallery was open to taking chances on unknown Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active  young artists and giving artists the chance to make experimental work.



 

 It's more readily accessible than traditional white cube galleries. This made Sarah's job as a dealer more difficult, but it also cement Sarah's position in the market.



 

 Berlin art scene is an promising young curator and gallerist.



 

 Sarah also exhibited artist Daniel Knorr at Curators Without Borders. He then represented Romania at Venice Biennale 51.



 

 Michel de Broin (Jeremy Shaw) and Michel de Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active  Broin (Michel de Broin) received the prestigious Sobey Art Award.



 

 such as the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Sarah developed the live show Opening, closing by David Levine in 2008 as a collaboration between cross-disciplinary artists. Levine



 

 She has been a featured artist in MoMA, New York, and was given the Guggenheim fellowship.




 

 SB Sorry, but after the crash in 2008, I had to close down my Berlin gallery. The silver lining in all that, however, was that it



 

 allowed me to move allowed me to move to Spain Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active  and establish a relationship with my husband allowed me to move to Spain and settle with my husband in Madrid (we had previously been in a long-distance relationship). After completing his Ph.D.



 

 He was offered a scholarship at the University of Okayama in Japan and so we moved to Japan in 2011. Then my son could begin nursery school in Japan.



 

 I was able work part-time again.



 

 It was then that I realized the urgent necessity of Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active  returning to the world of art. I have always had this need to curate, work creatively with artists, and constantly discover



 

 New talent making studio visits to studios. It's my love. It's my favorite.



 

 Also, I needed to be able to pay my expenses. I had Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active  the full international experience so I could leverage my network to turn my past into a profitable business.



 

 Experience to create an efficient business model that I Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active Pamper Active  could work from Japan -- or anywhere in the world, actually. In retrospect, the spread of pandemics



 

 The new standard for remote and WFH work, it has really helped me.