WHO ARE YOU—IN A SENTENCE?
A writer, art historian, art dealer, and mother to a thirteen year old French Bulldog named Napoleon as well as one of the cutest three year old little boys in America, Guy Sachs.
HOW DO YOU SPEND MOST OF YOUR TIME?
Reading, writing, hanging out with my kid just thinking about how to find a plastic surgeon who will give me the same lips he was somehow, despite genetics, born with.
WHY THIS DRESS?
I loved the pattern and drama of it, and then read that it was designed by a mother-daughter team. My mom is my best friend and I’d love to work with her!
HOW DO YOU FEEL WHEN YOU WEAR THIS DRESS?
Glamorous. It arrived as short as I would have made it anyway, which never happens. These women get me.
34. Ugh do we have to share that? Can you tell people 31 at least…
PLACE THEY KNOW YOUR NAME?
Director, Gagosian gallery. I also just finished my first book! Hopefully a publisher buys it and I can say officially published author.
Ballet nerd, voracious reader, daily journaler, runner and The Limit addict (you would be too if you gained 70lbs when you were pregnant), board member at social justice non-profit Recess Art, and co-chair of American Ballet Theatre’s Accelerator Board.
Always do someone the favor if you can.
Cecily Brown, Agnes Martin, Ellen Gallagher, Kara Walker, Cindy Sherman.
WHO ARE YOUR HEROES?
Bernie Sanders for being a steadfast outside-of-the-box thinker. Guy Debord. My husband. Gloria Steinem. Angela Davis. Before you disagree with me on any of these, I know some of them are problematic. Everyone's a contradiction. They are still inspirational to me.
WHAT’S THE BEST THING ABOUT THE ART WORLD?
The powerful female intellect.
WHAT’S THE WORST THING ABOUT THE ART WORLD?
Entitled, coddled men.