Wow

To move to Berlin and create her own gallery

Sarah Belden (of SBFA) is an artist consultant the world.




 Sarah Belden, an artist advisor, curator, and dealer. Sarah's career is summarized in one word: bold. Sarah is still in her early twenties, left her job as a teacher.



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



 platform for curatorial experimentation.



 Sarah secured a financial backing from a prominent collector from NYC to help fund her gallery. She curated shows that were both stylish and elegant to support the gallery.



 Berlin's high-conceptual standards make it extremely  Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body  cutting-edge. Sarah was the curator of numerous exhibitions in this period which featured a variety of young artists



 Who have been praised by critics.



 Invisible Invincible is one of Sarah's most controversial exhibits. Sarah included a Polish artist Agnieszka Karant's work -- an actual bird that had been saved from a Zoo.



 Kurant was instructed to declare, "I am not bird," which led Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body him to question his own existence. The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum eventually granted a commission to Kurant to create The



 The End of Signature, an interactive digital art installation on the museum's fa├žade was later purchased by the Guggenheim to be part of its permanent collection.



 The gallery took chances with young, unknown artists and gave them permission to make experimental art.



 commodifiable than more traditional white cube galleries. This made Sarah's work as a dealer harder, but it also cement Sarah's position in the market.



 Berlin art scene as an exciting young curator, gallerist.



 Sarah also displayed Daniel Knorr (Romania's representative at the  Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body 51st Venice Biennale), and two young Canadians in Curators Without Borders



 Michel de Broin Jeremy Shaw, and Michel de Broin were each  Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body awarded the prestigious Sobey Art Award. Since the award, they have been showing in major galleries and museums.



 like the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. In 2008, Sarah curated a live performance titled Opening and Closing, performed by cross-disciplinary artist David Levine. Levine



 She was a featured artist in MoMA, New York, and was  Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body awarded the Guggenheim fellowship.




 SB You are correct. I had, just like many others, shut down my Berlin gallery in 2008 because of the financial crisis. There was a silver lining to all of this however.



 It allowed me to go across Spain with my husband after having been in a long distance relationship. He finished his Ph.D.



 He was offered a scholarship to the University of Okayama in Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body Fairy Body  Japan and so we moved to Japan in 2011. My son was able to start nursery school in Japan only after that.



 I was able work part-time.



 This was the moment I knew that I had to get back into the world of art. I've always felt the urge to curate, work creatively with artists, and constantly explore.



 New talent visiting studios. This is something I love to do. It's my absolute favorite thing to do.



 I also had to make a living, of course I also had this experience in the world, so my goal was to make use of my network and parlay all of my past



 Experience in establishing a sustainable business model where I can work from Japan or anywhere. In retrospect, the spread of pandemics



 New norm for WFH and remote work. It has definitely helped me.