Tribeca Gallery Walk

Hello art enthusiasts! On October 5th, I had the absolute pleasure of co-hosting a spectacular gallery walk in the vibrant heart of Tribeca, alongside the brilliant art advisor Sara Stein-Sapir. Our mission was clear: to shine a spotlight on contemporary female painters and celebrate their remarkable contributions to the art world. What a day it was! So, let me take you on a journey through the galleries we visited and the incredible artists who left an indelible mark on our hearts.

Timothy Taylor Gallery: Jiab Prachakul, ‘Rendezvous in Time’
We started at Timothy Taylor Gallery, where Jiab Prachakul’s ‘Rendezvous in Time’ took us on a nostalgic journey. Her art tells captivating stories through expert brushwork. Here are some pieces that captivated me:

Bortolami Gallery: Rebecca Morris, ‘#31’
Next up, we ventured to the Bortolami Gallery at 39 Walker Street. The gallery’s minimalist design created a stunning canvas for exploring Rebecca Morris’s striking exhibition, ‘#31.’ Morris’s work defies conventions, inviting viewers to engage with art on a deeply personal level. Her bold use of color and form left an indelible mark on us, and we were fortunate to witness her creative process up close.

James Cohan Gallery: Jesse Mockrin, ‘The Venus Effect’
Our art-filled journey continued at the James Cohan Gallery, located at 48 Walker Street. The atmosphere here felt both contemporary and avant-garde, setting the stage for an exploration of Jesse Mockrin’s thought-provoking exhibition, ‘The Venus Effect.’ Mockrin’s art challenges traditional representations of femininity and beauty, offering a fresh perspective that spurred lively discussions among us.

David Lewis Gallery: Lisa Jo, ‘Heritage and Debt’
Our final stop was the David Lewis Gallery at 57 Walker Street, where tradition seamlessly melded with innovation. Lisa Jo’s ‘Heritage and Debt’ exhibition delved into themes of identity, heritage, and the complexities of modern life. Her thought-provoking works left us pondering the interconnectedness of the past and present.

In conclusion, The Tribeca Gallery Walk was an unforgettable evening of artistic exploration and discovery. Sara Stein-Sapir and I had the privilege of leading discussions that highlighted the significant contributions of contemporary female painters to the art world. We encourage you to visit these galleries, support these talented artists, and immerse yourself in their thought-provoking work. It’s an experience that will broaden your horizons and inspire your own creative journey.

I hope you find as much inspiration in these talented female artists as I did during the Tribeca Gallery Walk. Art has the power to transform and challenge us, and this event was a testament to that truth.

If you need any more information about these incredible artists, please reach out to Sara Stein-Sapir. Thank you for joining me on this incredible artistic journey, and stay tuned for more cultural adventures in the future.

Claudia Saez-Fromm

An entrepreneur, innovator, and singularly successful real estate salesperson, fitness fiend, foodie, mommy, and fashion fan.

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