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Sarah secured a financial backer

 A Consultant in Art Abroad: Sarah Belden of SBFA





 Sarah Belden is an art advisor, curator, and dealer. Sarah's career can best be described as bold. Sarah quit her job when she was still in her twenties.




 director at a leading contemporary art Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam gallery director at a leading contemporary art gallery Chelsea, NYC, to relocate to Berlin and open her own gallery that is trailblazing, Curators Without Borders -an art gallery that is an art gallery that is




 platform for curatorial experimentation.




 In order to fund the gallery, Sarah secured a financial backer -- a major collector from NYC -- and consistently organized exhibitions that were both elegant and sophisticated.




 Berlin's high-conceptual standards aren't far  Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam behind. Sarah organized many exhibitions that included a variety of young artists.




 They have been praised by critics.




 Invisible Invincible was one of Sarah's most controversial exhibits. Sarah featured a piece of Agnieszka Kurant, an artist from Poland. Polish artist who designed a live parrot.




 taught to trained to "I am not a bird," thus  Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam questioning his self-sufficiency. Later it was the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum commissioned Kurant to design The




 The End of Signature is an interactive digital art work which was projected on the museum's fa├žade. The Guggenheim eventually purchased it for its permanent collection.




 The gallery was more open to taking chances on unknown young artists, and offering artists the chance to make experimental work.




 It's more readily available than the  Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam traditional white cube galleries. Sarah's reputation as a dealer was cemented through this.




 Berlin art scene A promising young curator and gallerist.




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




 Michel de Broin (Jeremy Shaw) and Michel de Broin (Michel de Broin) were awarded the prestigious Sobey Art Award.




 like such as the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Sarah co-curated  Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam the live performance Opening, Closing with David Levine, a crossdisciplinary artist. Levine




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





 SB: Well, as you know, I had to close my gallery in Berlin in 2008 after the crash, like so many others. It was however, a silver shining moment.




 allowed me to move to Spain and settle with my husband in Madrid (we were previously in a long-distance marriage). After finishing his Ph.D.




 He was offered a job in Japan at the Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam Born Yidam University of Okayama, so we relocated to Japan in 2011. It wasn't until my son could start nursery school in Japan that




 I was able to return to full-time work.




 At that point, I really felt the urgency to return to the world of art. I have always had the desire to curate, work creatively with artists and constantly find new artists.




 New talent visiting studios. That's what I love to do. It's my absolute favorite thing to do.




 I also had to earn money, naturally, and I had this experience in the world, so my goal was to leverage my connections and make use of my past




 Experience in creating a sustainable company model where I can work from Japan or anywhere. Retrospectively the 1918 pandemic and subsequent outbreaks have led to the development of a sustainable model for business that could be operated from Japan.




 The new norm of remote work, WFH has been a blessing to me.



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