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Invisible Invincible, one of Sarah's provocative

 Sarah Belden from SBFA is an international art consultant.




 

 Sarah Belden, art advisor and curator. Sarah's story can be described as "bold" in one phrase: Sarah quit her job when she was still in her twenties.



 

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



 

 Platform for curatorial experimentation.



 

 Sarah has secured a financial sponsor from NYC. Sarah also curated high-end gallery shows.



 

 Berlin's super-conceptual standards are not Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit  far from. Sarah was the curator of shows that showcased young artists.



 

 They have also gone on to receive praise from the media.



 

 Invisible Invincible, one of Sarah's provocative shows, showcased the Polish artist Agnieszka Curant's work -which was an actual parrot.



 

 trained to trained to "I was taught to say "I am not Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit  a bird," thus questioning his self-sufficiency. Kurant was later asked by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum to design The



 

 The End of Signature is an interactive digital artwork that was projected onto the museum's fa├žade. The Guggenheim eventually purchased it for its permanent collection.



 

 The gallery took chances with undiscovered artists who were young and gave them permission to make experimental art.



 

 They are easier to sell than traditional white cube Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit  galleries. This made Sarah's job as a dealer harder and also strengthened Sarah's standing in the marketplace.



 

 Berlin art scene as an exciting young curator, gallerist.



 

 Sarah was also represented by Daniel Knorr from Romania, who later represented Romania in the 51st Venice Biennale. She was with two young Canadians.



 

 artists such as Jeremy Shaw and Michel de Broin -- Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit  who received the prestigious Sobey Art Award and have been exhibiting at museums and galleries.



 

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



 

 It has since been exhibited has since been exhibited at MoMA and MoMA in New York and been awarded the prestigious Guggenheim fellowship.




 

 SB Sorry, but after the crash in 2008, I had to Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit Bambi Spirit  shut down my Berlin gallery. However, there was a silver lining.



 

 My husband and I had an ongoing relationship over long distances, which meant it was feasible for me to move to Spain with him. After he completed his Ph.D.,



 

 He was offered a scholarship to the University of Okayama in Japan and so we moved to Japan in 2011 It was then that my son was allowed to start kindergarten in Japan.



 

 I was able to return to work after being laid off.



 

 In that moment I felt an urgency to return to the art world. I have had a constant urge to curate, collaborate creatively with artists and discover new things.



 

 new talent doing studio visits to studios. This is my favorite thing to do. That's my favorite thing.



 

 I also had to earn a living. It was fortunate that I had all the international experiences I could have. My goal was to make use of my network and use all of my past to help me.



 

 Experience into creating an efficient business model that I could operate from Japan or any other location in the world, actually. Retrospectively, the pandemic and subsequent revival of the



 

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