In this episode of the Artmatcher podcast, Lana Masor, of Maison Masor Art, speaks with Reilly Clark about creating a salon-style art gallery.
About Lana Masor
Lana Masor is an art professional who has made a significant impact in the art world. She is the CEO of Maison Masor Art, a salon-style art gallery located in Montclair, New Jersey. Besides her work with Maison Masor Art, Lana serves as a co-curator for President Bill Clinton’s Harlem office and is on the Board of Trustees of the American Folk Art Museum (AFAM). With over a decade of experience in the art industry, Lana has established herself as an expert in the field.
About Maison Masor Art
Maison Masor Art is a salon-style art gallery located in the heart of downtown Montclair, New Jersey. The gallery offers exclusive services to artists, art enthusiasts, and seasoned collectors, providing a non-traditional environment for experiencing art. Maison Masor Art has participated in several prestigious art fairs such as Scope Miami, Art Market Hamptons, Spring/Break, and 14C. The gallery has worked closely with ten artists, including Sen2 Figueroa, Holly Suzanne Rader, and Edward Acosta, to curate unique and diverse exhibitions. Overall, Maison Masor Art provides a platform for artists and collectors to showcase and appreciate art in a unique and unconventional way.
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