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Sarah's career can best be described as a bold


A Consultant in Art Abroad: Sarah Belden of SBFA




 

 Sarah Belden is an art curator, advisor, and dealer. Sarah's career can best be described as a bold. Sarah left her job in her 30's while still working.



 

 Director at a premier contemporary art gallery in Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Chelsea, NYC. She is shifting to Berlin to begin Curators Without Borders.



 

 platform for experimentation in curatorial design.



 

 In order to finance the gallery, Sarah secured a financial supporter -- a prominent collector from NYC -- and regularly curated gallery shows that were both elegant and sophisticated.



 

 It is cutting-edge and innovative, even by Berlin's  Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting ultra-conceptual standards. Sarah organized many exhibitions that included many young artists.



 

 who have since gone on to critical acclaim.



 

 Invisible Invincible -- one of Sarah’s most provocative Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting exhibits that featured the Polish artist Agnieszka KURANT's live parrot.



 

 Kurant was trained to say "I'm not a bird" and thus doubt his existence. Kurant was later asked by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum to create The



 

 The End of Signature is an interactive digital art work   Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting that was projected onto the museum's facade. The Guggenheim later purchased it to make its permanent collection.



 

 The risk of putting a bet on emerging artists and giving them carte blanche to create innovative works was a sign that the gallery's program was less



 

 They are easier to sell than traditional white cube galleries. Sarah's name as a dealer was bolstered by this.



 

 Berlin art scene: A promising young curator and gallerist.



 

 In Curators Without Borders, Sarah also exhibited the  Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting artist Daniel Knorr, who later represented Romania at the 51st Venice Biennale; and two young Canadian



 

 Michel de Broin & Jeremy Shaw are two artists who were awarded the famous Sobey Art Award.



 

 Such as the Palais de Tokyo (Paris). In 2008, Sarah curated a live performance entitled Opening, Closing by cross-disciplinarian artist David Levine. Levine



 

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




 

 SB You are correct. I was forced, as many other artists, Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting Fast Lasting shut down my Berlin gallery in 2008 due to the crash. It turned out that there was a silver lining in all this.



 

 My husband and I had an ongoing relationship over long distances, which meant it was possible for me to relocate to Spain with him. He completed his Ph.D.



 

 he got an offer in Japan to study at the University of Okayama and so we moved there in the year 2011. It was then that my son was permitted to begin kindergarten in Japan.



 

 I was able to return to work again.



 

 Then I realized that there was a necessity of returning to the art world. I've always felt the desire to curate, collaborate with artists and continuously discover.



 

 Studio visits with talented artists This is what I love to do. This is my favorite thing.



 

 I also required to pay my bills. I had all my international experience so I could leverage my network to turn my experience into a profit.



 

 Experience in developing an efficient business model that allows me to operate from Japan or any other location. In retrospect, I believe the pandemics and the resulting economic collapse were the best.



 

 This has been a great way to work remotely and meet the new norm of WFH.