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ART SHE SAYS Celebrates International Women’s Day In Partnership with Space Gallery St Barth

ART SHE SAYS Celebrates International Women’s Day In Partnership with Space Gallery St Barth

ON FRIDAY, MARCH 8, International Women’s Day, ART SHE SAYS partnered with Space Gallery St Barth in SoHo for the VIP opening of its inaugural exhibition and official magazine launch party, presenting 15 emerging and established female artists in an effort to make noise in a traditionally male-dominated industry. A portion of the proceeds from artworks sold that evening are donated to Women for Women International, a nonprofit humanitarian organization that supports the most marginalized women in countries affected by conflicts and war.

The launch followed an auspicious, female-dominated Grammy Award Show, giving attention to a gap in the market for women in the art industry whose presence in art history have been traditionally underrepresented. VIP guests included a curated group of media personalities, artists, photographers, art dealers, curators, designers, collectors and more, all who came to celebrate the launch of ART SHE SAYS — the first online magazine for women in the arts.

Guest wearing "period pants" in celebration of International Women's Day
Guest wearing “period pants” in celebration of International Women’s Day
Guest wearing red in celebration of International Women's Day
Guest wearing red in celebration of International Women’s Day
Ronni Anderson and Susan Mumford
Ronni Anderson and Susan Mumford
Debbie Dickinson and Evan Sebastian Lagache
Debbie Dickinson and Evan Sebastian Lagache
Re'Malhi and Cheri Corso
Re’Malhi and Cheri Corso
Jormi Graterol, Chanel Korby, Catherine E.P. Gray, Eliza Sara Ali
Jormi Graterol, Chanel Korby, Catherine E.P. Gray, Eliza Sara Ali
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Natalie Clifford
Natalie Clifford
Todd and Kristin Anderson
Todd and Kristin Anderson
Ian Mellencamp, Jazmin Grimaldi, Naera Kim
Ian Mellencamp, Jazmin Grimaldi, Naera Kim
Agne Skinderskyte
Agne Skinderskyte
Sindhu Pillai and Matt Fong
Sindhu Pillai and Matt Fong
Jonathan Alpeyrie and Nana Meriwether
Jonathan Alpeyrie and Nana Meriwether
Dr. Jaskaren Randhawa, Maximillian Seitz, Alexandra Bono
Dr. Jaskaren Randhawa, Maximillian Seitz, Alexandra Bono
Sophie-Alexia de Joly Lotbinière
Sophie-Alexia de Joly Lotbinière
Ivonne Camacho and Avadora Mimouni
Ivonne Camacho and Avadora Mimouni
Patty Horing
Patty Horing
Swanmy Sampaio, Killian Sage, Stacy Christy
Swanmy Sampaio, Killian Sage, Stacy Christy
Anya Khitrina, Katrina Nova, Tikhon Bernstam
Anya Khitrina, Katrina Nova, Tikhon Bernstam
Anna Pietrzak and John Banoub
Anna Pietrzak and John Banoub
Adam Weis, Geoffrey Scott Von Barton III, Catherine E.P. Gray, Ted Brodheim
Adam Weis, Geoffrey Scott Von Barton III, Catherine E.P. Gray, Ted Brodheim
Laura with works by Yolande Heijnen and Jennifer R.A. Campbell
Laura with works by Yolande Heijnen and Jennifer R.A. Campbell
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Carmen D'Alessio
Carmen D’Alessio
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Aaron Paul and Luciana Pampalone
Aaron Paul and Luciana Pampalone
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Guests with artworks by Aleya Lehmann Bench and Angela Fraleigh
Guests with artworks by Aleya Lehmann Bench and Angela Fraleigh
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Parker Calvert and Clayton Calvert
Parker Calvert and Clayton Calvert
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Eliza Sara Ali and Aaron Paul
Eliza Sara Ali and Aaron Paul
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Heidi Zito with artworks by Yolande Heijnen and Nicole Etienne
Heidi Zito with artworks by Yolande Heijnen and Nicole Etienne
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Jillian Sage and Stacy Christy
Jillian Sage and Stacy Christy
Claudia Twilley
Claudia Twilley
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Pablo Sandstrom and Nicolas Nemeth
Pablo Sandstrom and Nicolas Nemeth
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Eliza Sara Ali and Jonathan Alpeyrie
Eliza Sara Ali and Jonathan Alpeyrie
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Luciana Pampalone
Luciana Pampalone
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Aaron Paul and Lisa Zari
Aaron Paul and Lisa Zari
Carine Jiang with artwork by Luciana Pampalone
Carine Jiang with artwork by Luciana Pampalone

The exhibition brought together female artists who work across various techniques and mediums, displaying the multifaceted scope of a woman’s creative expression from the 1940s to modern day. Women artists are often times confined to a limited subject matter or an overgeneralized statement of what “female art” actually means. The aim of the show explored how a woman can be transmutable in her artistic freedom, from the delicate and feminine to the bold and courageous, and even to the sensual and humorous, presenting the many styles, ideas, and emotions that encompass womanhood.

The curatorial collaboration was with art dealers Julie Z. Wynn, based in New York and Los Angeles, and Naera Kim, based in New York and Washington D.C. Featured artists included: Jormi Graterol, Luciana Pampalone, Anna Pietrzak, Angela Fraleigh, Elizabeth Gregory-Gruen, Patty Horing, Heidi Zito, Jennifer R.A. Campbell, Aleya Lehmann Bench, Grace Phillips, Yolande Heijnen, Lexi Axon, Nicole Étienne, Gabriella Imperatori-Penn, and Sophie-Alexia Joly de Lotbinière.

Cherie Corso and Re'Malhi
Cherie Corso and Re’Malhi
Ronni Anderson and Susan Mumford
Ronni Anderson and Susan Mumford
Lisa Zari and Milo Hess
Lisa Zari and Milo Hess
Alex Eisenman, Rajiv Eranki, Jormi Graterol and Nicolas Nemeth
Alex Eisenman, Rajiv Eranki, Jormi Graterol and Nicolas Nemeth
Jennifer R.A. Campbell
Jennifer R.A. Campbell
Eliza Sara Ali, Rita Tavares de Pina, Amelia Brankov
Eliza Sara Ali, Rita Tavares de Pina, Amelia Brankov
Emily Mohr, Deborah Brodheim, Matthew Rimi Von Barton, Wolfgang Held
Emily Mohr, Deborah Brodheim, Matthew Rimi Von Barton, Wolfgang Held
Luciana Pampalone, Ivonne Camacho, Avadora Mimouni
Luciana Pampalone, Ivonne Camacho, Avadora Mimouni
Natalie Clifford
Natalie Clifford
Sue Phillips
Sue Phillips
Rose Hartman with artworks by Jennifer R.A. Campbell and Patty Horing
Rose Hartman with artworks by Jennifer R.A. Campbell and Patty Horing
Eliza Sara Ali and Ligxy Velasco
Eliza Sara Ali and Ligxy Velasco

Special thank you to the sponsors who made this event possible: Space Gallery St Barth, LOVE Wines, Connector Entertainment, Manservants, ArtBin Logistics, Next Level Water, and Sign Expo.

Special thank you to the people who made this event possible: Elizabeth Fekkai, Natalie Clifford, Jillian Kelleher, Caitlin Kelly, Annelien Bruins, Ligxy Velasco, Tom Finnegan, Constantin Zamfirescu, Adam Sands, Luciana Pampalone, and Ronni Anderson.

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For artwork inquiries, please contact: hello@artshesays.com.

Top Image: Julie Z. Wynn and Margaret Luce

Photography © David Warren Images / Guillermo Mogollan.

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