Observer | Peter Dundas, Stefano Tonchi Agree That This is an Important Year for Women

Though Art Basel doesn’t start properly until Thursday, for most, things got started Tuesday. In particular for attendees like musician Miguel, stylist Giovanna Battaglia, designer Misha Nonoo, gallery owner Andrea Rosen and Performa founder RoseLee Goldberg, the night centered around a dinner celebrating the opening of No Man’s Land: Women Artists From The Rubell Family Collection.
“Last year we kind of ‘infiltrated’ your celebration of 50 years of marriage and 25 years of the gallery,” said Stefano Tonchi, editor in chief of W magazine to Don and Mera Rubell, who opened up their home for the grand supper. This year’s event saw about 100 art lovers celebrating more than 100 contemporary female artist representing 28 countries of different generations and disciplines. 

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