In November 2011, after four years on the Lower East Side of New York
City, Alix Sloan closed Sloan Fine Art's Rivington Street location to
take Sloan Fine Art's exhibitions on the road. Please visit the previous
page of this web site for a list of recent shows.
The 2013 calendar year includes exhibitions at Rusk Renovations' Third
Floor Gallery in Midtown and site/109 on the Lower East Side. Please visit
the current and upcoming pages of this web site for each exhibition's
location and details.
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Alix Sloan was the director
of the La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles, from 1991 through 1995.
During that time, she worked with several contemporary artists who have
gone on to achieve critical and financial success. From 1996 through 2001,
she worked in film production, managing multi-million dollar budgets and
began a freelance career as an art, marketing and advertising writer.
In 2001 she returned to fine art full time as a private dealer, consultant
and curator. After spending most of her life in Los Angeles, Sloan returned
to New York in 2005 and opened Sloan Fine Art at the corner of Rivington
and Norfolk Streets on the Lower East Side in January 2008. The gallery
exhibits works in a variety of mediums including painting, sculpture,
photography and works on paper. Currently represented artists include
Mia Brownell, Nicole Etienne, Elizabeth McGrath, Marion Peck and Aaron
Sloan's passion for problem solving and tackling new challenges led her
to found Sloan Fine Art Projects in January 2011. SFA Projects allows
Sloan, her employees, artists and extensive network of contacts in a wide
range of fields to participate in creative projects beyond the traditional
scope of a gallery.
Projects include planning and executing arts related events, pop up exhibitions,
curatorial projects and consulting for artists, collectors and businesses.
Visit the Sloan Fine Art Projects
web site for more information and to learn about current and upcoming
In November 2011, Sloan closed the gallery's Rivington Street location
to explore the alternative approach of operating as a nomadic gallery
throughout 2012. A successful and highly educational year included curating
and co-curating several exhibitions, writing an introduction for "Incurable
Disorder: The Art of Elizabeth McGrath," mounting Sloan Fine Art
pop up exhibitions and participating in art fairs.
In late 2012, Sloan accepted the invitation to help launch an innovative
Gallery Residency Program hosted by Rusk Renovations. The inaugural exhibition,
a group show designed to introduce the residency to Sloan’s clients
and colleagues, and the gallery to Rusk’s, opened in March, 2013.
In 2013, Sloan Fine Art has exhbitions planned at Rusk Renovations' Third
Floor Gallery Residency in Midtown and site/109 on the Lower East Side.
Please visit the current and upcoming pages of this web site for each
exhibition's location and details.