Gallery Event Announcement – February 12th, 2019
ART SHE SAYS partners with Space Gallery St Barth in SoHo for Magazine Launch Party on International Women’s Day! The first online magazine focused on women in the arts will feature 15 emerging and established female artists in an effort to make noise in a traditionally male dominated industry. A portion of all art sales will be donated to Women for Women International.
New York, New York – This March 8th on International Women’s Day 2019, Space Gallery St Barth will open its doors to a curated group of celebrities, artists, photographers, art dealers, curators, designers, collectors, and more to celebrate the launch of ART SHE SAYS – The First Online Magazine for Women in the Arts. The launch follows an auspicious, female-dominated Grammy Award Show, and fills a much needed gap in the market of women in all areas of the fine arts, whose work often gets overlooked.
A portion of the proceeds from all art sales that evening will be donated to Women for Women International, a nonprofit humanitarian organization that provides practical and moral support to women survivors of war.
WHEN: Friday March 8th, 2019 from 6 – 9 pm
WHERE: Space Gallery St Barth, 428 Broome Street, New York, NY 10013 (Between Lafayette & Crosby)
WHO: VIP/Celebrity Guests, Top-Tier Media, Influencers, Art Collectors, and Curator [Note: Space is Limited]
- Guerrilla Girls
- Jormi Graterol
- Luciana Pampalone
- Angela Fraleigh
- Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen
- Patty Horing
- Sara Von Kienegger
- Jennifer R.A. Campbell
- Aleya Lehmann Bench
- Grace Phillips
- Yolande Heijnen
- Lexi Axon
- Nicole Étienne
- Gabriella Imperatori-Penn
- Sophie-Alexia Joly de Lotbinière
Guest Curator: Julie Z. Wynn & Naere Kim
About Art She Says:
Art She Says is an online magazine and offline community that highlights savvy, influential women in the arts. Based in New York City, the platform was founded by former Tang Art Advisory and Hamptons Magazine employee, Eliza Sara Ali, whose mission is to bring women to the forefront of the art world, particularly those who embody the “artrepreneur” – an innovator of the arts; one who breaks the rules and disrupts the status quo.
Art She Says is committed to becoming the largest industry resource that gives a voice to female emerging and established artists, art dealers, curators, collectors, designers, and innovators. At a time where women in the arts have traditionally been underserved, Art She Says is breaking the rules, and disrupting the status quo, of a traditionally male-dominated industry and they invite you to join in on the fun.
For more information or to partner with Art She Says, please contact: [email protected]
Follow on Instagram: @artshesays
About Space Gallery St Barth:
Space Gallery St Barth is a contemporary art gallery active in the primary market principally focusing on painting and photography by a mixture of established and emerging international artists. The flagship gallery opened in St Barth, French West Indies in 2011, with the aim of brining leading artists and art to St Barth, making a cultural contribution to the island and acting as a window onto the global art scene for residents and visitors. The gallery regularly exhibits in Miami and Monaco, and most recently opened its new permanent location in SoHo, New York.
Prior to launching Space Gallery St Barth, partner Natalie Clifford served as a director of Eden Rock Gallery, which yielded a series of collaborations with other galleries including Mary Boone Gallery, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, and Gagosian Galleries with a number of significant exhibitions including Richard Prince, Will Cotton and Piotr Uklanski. As a female business owner and galleries, Clifford has built a strong exhibition program of leading artists, curating shows year round as well was participating in various art fairs internationally including Venice Biennale, pop-up galleries and museum exhibitions including at the BOCA Museum of Art. In the new SoHo location, Space Gallery St Barth takes away from the sterile gallery environment to create a space for conversation, engagement and accessibility to art; offering a very personal approach to clients and growing their collections.
Fore more information on artists and available artworks, as well as the gallery’s programming and events, contact: [email protected]
Follow on Instagram: @spacegallerystbarth
About Women for Women International:
Women for Women International (WfWI) is a nonprofit humanitarian organization that provides practical and moral support to women survivors of war. WfWI helps such women rebuild their lives after war’s devastation through a year-long tiered program that begins with direct financial aid and emotional counseling and includes like skills (e.g.l literacy, numeracy) training if necessary, rights awareness education, health education, job skills training and small business development. The organization was co-founded in 1993 by Zainab Salbi, an Iraqi American who is herself a survivor of the Iran-Raq War, and Salbi’s then-husband Amjad Atallah. From 2012 to 2014, WfWI was led by Afshan Khan, a long-time former executive with UNICEF who became WfWI’s first new CEO since founder Zainab Salbi stepped down to devote more time to her writing and lecturing. Laurie Adams is the current President.
For more information on WfWI, as well as the organization’s programming and events contact: [email protected]
Follow on Instagram: @womenforwomen