The art world comprises VIPs, journalists, artists, collectors, and curators. To describe Stephanie Manasseh, one would need to create another category altogether. She embodies perfection: Creative, professional, strong work ethic, passionate, dedicated, and hands-on. We are talking about a woman who has changed the codes of the art world. Starting with Brussels, she created the Art Accessible Art Fair, which later was exported, with great success, to New York and was held at the prestigious National Arts Club. She loves artists, and artists love her, and it's not hard to understand why. Stephanie Manasseh has acquired a strong reputation and therefore gained the trust of some of the world's most reputable artists and brands. She developed and implemented the Art & Design sessions for BMW Brand Store in Belgium, with ten sessions exhibiting artists, Belgian designers, and internationally renowned photographers such as Xavier Lust, Terry O'Neill, and the late Marc Lagrange.
Stephanie is one of the top most sought-after luxury brand consultants in the world, and it's no surprise that essential brands such as American Express, The New York Times, BMW, and Montblanc, to name a few, have requested her services.
As a speaker, she speaks with grace, intelligence and eloquence and was invited to speak at the all-important "Art of Tomorrow" conference organized by the New York Times in Doha, Qatar. TEDx also asked her to talk about this subject. Stephanie Manasseh doesn't have the temperament to sit and wait for things to happen. She is changing the codes, and people are riding the wave with her.
Her protégé is the Accessible Art Fair 2017, which opens in Brussels from October 5th to 8th, 2017, at the Bozar. Information can be found on www.accessibleartfair.com.
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