How to Spot and Nurture Emerging Talent – Stefania Bortolami

A widely respected tastemaker in the contemporary art scene, the New York dealer Stefania Bortolami cut her teeth with Anthony d’Offay, a legendary London dealer known for his connoisseurial eye in both art—after closing his gallery in 2001, he donated his $140 million collection to the Tate and theNational Galleries of Scotland—and in budding star gallerists. Moving afterwards to Gagosian Gallery, where she rose to be the megadealer’s second-in-command, she then opened a very different space of her own to champion a group of highly dedicated emerging and established artists.

To find out more about her exceptional approach to running her gallery, Artspace editor-in-chiefAndrew M. Goldstein spoke to Bortolami about how she identifies rising stars in the making—and then ensures that their careers don’t suddenly flame out.

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