Meet The Women Expanding Their Gallery’s And Programs
Meet these three leading women growing the footprint of their galleries and the artists they represent. From Chicago to Mexico City, Cape Town to Los Angeles, and Miami to New York, women lead the charge in the business of art. This year, Mariane Ibrahim, Trevyn McGowan and Nina Johnson have expanded their gallery’s footprints to new territories, furthering their program’s reach and artists to new audiences. Here, we find out more about their latest moves.
Established in 2007, Nina Johnson Gallery (ninajohnson.com) relocated to Little Haiti, eventually presenting an art complex to host 20+ annual exhibitions. Johnson shares, “More exhibitions mean a broader artist footprint, and as such, a more diverse client base.” Johnson’s robust exhibition history includes celebrated creatives Judy Chicago, Beatrice Wood, Clifford Owens, Katie Stout, Jim Drain and more. This year, Johnson transformed the rear gallery ground floor into an exhibition library and archive to provide expanded context to artists’ practices.