Artdaily: Sara Kay Gallery exhibits works by Victoria Manganiello, February 16, 2018
As part of Sara Kay Gallery’s continued commitment to the support of women artists, Manganiello has been selected as the recipient of the Gallery’s first working residency.
Wall Street International: In the Studio, February 12, 2018
By recreating contemporary textile artist Victoria Manganiello's studio in the gallery, the artist's creative process is brought to life.
Artsy.net: POWarts Survey Aims to Bring Transparency to Art World Salaries by Anna Louie Susan, February 7, 2018
POWarts, the Professional Organization for Women in the Arts, launched a new salary survey Tuesday that aims to bring transparency and data to an industry short on both.
Hyperallergic: The Common Threads Between Female Quilters and Abstract Expressionists by Claire Selvin, January 12, 2018
At one time or other these women’s craft was either considered lowbrow or was measured against the work of male contemporaries.
Wall Street International: Function to Freedom, January 3, 2018
Artdaily: Exhibition explores the compositional tendencies of 19th century American quilts and abstract works, January 3, 2018
Sara Kay Gallery is presenting Function to Freedom: Quilts and Abstract Expressions, on view until January 27, 2018.
The Editor at Large: New Gallerist pairs Picasso Ceramics with ‘Outsider Art’ by Katy B. Olson, December 4, 2017
Sara Kay set about her art career in a highly practical way: era by era. Her first gallery, Sara Kay Gallery, which is located in a 19th-century townhouse in Manhattan, opened in September.
The Art Newspaper: Three to see: New York, November 30, 2017
Cultured Magazine: A Space of Her Own by Cait Munro, November 28, 2017
ArtNet News: Be Honest With Collectors (and Take Naps): 13 Habits of Highly Productive Art Dealers by Margaret Carrigan, November 20, 2017
It’s a notoriously dif cult time to run a gallery. Here is how some dealers are making it work.
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The New York Times: New Gallery to Emphasize Female Artists and Collections by Hilarie M. Sheets, September 18, 2017
As a slew of smaller galleries have struggled and closed recently in a highly competitive art market, new ventures are cropping up, too. Joining the mix of edgier spaces on New York’s Lower East Side is the Sara Kay Gallery, opening Sept. 28 in an 1890 townhouse at 4 East 2nd Street — the former home of the Rivington Arms gallery.
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Artnet: Former White Cube Director Sara Kay Opens a Blue-Chip Gallery on the Lower East Side by Sarah Cascone, September 18, 2017
The list of stops for your next Lower East Side art crawl just got a little longer—and posher. Art world veteran Sara Kay, formerly of London’s White Cube and founder of the Professional Organization for Women in the Arts(POWarts), has announced the opening of her new eponymous gallery, coming to 4 East 2nd Street on September 28.
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Sara Kay Gallery featured in Apollo Magazine's Art News Daily, September 19, 2017
POWarts founder Sara Kay opens Lower East Side gallery | Sara Kay, a former director at White Cube in London and founder of the Professional Organization for Women in the Arts (POWarts), is now opening her own gallery, Artnetreports. Sara Kay Gallery on New York’s Lower East Side will open at the end of September with an inaugural exhibition of outsider art from the collection of Audrey B. Heckler.
Interview Magazine: This New Gallery is Advocating for Female Artists by Jane Gayduk, September 20, 2017
The former Rivington Arms gallery has a new tenant. Sara Kay, founder of the Professional Organization for Women in the Arts and former director of White Cube London, is moving in to the 19th century townhouse on East Second Street to open her eponymous gallery, which will place an emphasis on showcasing pieces by women artists.
artdaily.org: Sara Kay announces Sara Kay Gallery, September 20, 2017
Sara Kay announced the opening of her first gallery, Sara Kay Gallery, in a historic 19th century townhouse at 4 East 2nd Street on September 28, 2017. Sara Kay Gallery serves as the culmination of Kay’s 20-year career encompassing Old Masters to Contemporary Art. Her diverse expertise will drive the gallery’s genre-defy- ing programming, which will span a wide range of art historical periods and movements, and provide an expansive vision for collecting. The gallery will also put a special emphasis on supporting female artists.
Harper's Bazaar: #THELIST: 9 EXHIBITIONS YOU MUST SEE THIS FALL
Renowned art advisor Sara Kay shows us the way.
By Chrissy Rutherford, September 21, 2017
Observer: Sara Kay’s New Lower Manhattan Gallery Champions Women Artists and Outsider Art, by Margaret Carrigan, September 21, 2017
For the last two decades, curator and art dealer Sara Kay has been toiling behind the scenes to bring the work of some of the greatest artists of the last four centuries to light in venues such as White Cube gallery in London, where she was director until 2015, and Christie’s Auction House as a specialist in Old Master Drawings.
Sara Kay Gallery featured in 8@8: Your Morning Scoop by Bailey Calfee, September 21, 2017 on Nylon.com
Sara Kay Gallery featured in Art Movements by Tiernan Morgan on Hyperallergic, September 21, 2017
WWD: Sara Kay Opens Namesake Gallery in East Village, September 26, 2017
"I think this was always the end goal." says Sara Kay, who this week will open the doors to her own gallery in the East Village. "It was always a dream, even though I did a number of different things to get to this point."
Galerie: New Lower East Side Gallery Spotlights Female and Outsider Artists, by Margaret Carrigan, September 28, 2017
WhiteWall: Sara Kay Opens Gallery in New York with Limitless Vision , by Katy Donoghue, October 11, 2017
At the end of September, Sara Kay opened her eponymous gallery on East 2nd Street in New York with the inaugural show “A Limitless Vision: The Collection of Audrey B. Heckler alongside works by Jean Dubuffet and Pablo Picasso.”
ArtNews: ‘This Art Speaks to Me’: Audrey B. Heckler on Her Collection of Outsider Art at Sara Kay Gallery by Robin Scher, November 17, 2017
For the first show in her new gallery in New York, dealer Sara Kay invited Audrey B. Heckler, a seasoned collector of outsider art, to display a selection of paintings, sculptures, and drawings from her collection of 300-plus works.
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