Sarah Corona is an Independent Art Professional based in New York. One of her main interests is to bring art into the public realm and to discover how technology affects art and culture arousing that astonishment that is considered a fundamental ontological element for a work of art. She is the founder of SARAHCROWN Art Consulting, founder of the Art In Lobbies program, and specializes in private sales and business strategies in the arts.
She co-founded ROOMSERVICE Gallery (2015-2017), a space for artistic and cultural production and critical discourse around the curatorial practice in Williamsburg, NY.
She has organized exhibitions at and consulted to private and public art galleries, not-for-profit organizations, art fairs, corporate environments, and co-working spaces as well as established active collaborations with New York based real estate developments forging the importance of art in the semi-public realm.
Sarah Corona has curated extensive community-focused and public art exhibitions/festivals in the Bronx and Queens, in collaboration with New York based Organizations, and initiated several pop-up galleries in vacant spaces in Downtown, New York. She also developed the initial syllabus of the NLE Curatorial Lab For No Longer Empty, New York, teaching emerging curators the art of exhibition making and critical thinking.
With her international background (German- Italian), Sarah Corona offers a bridge between Germany, Italy, and the US, forging cultural and business opportunities for artists, galleries, and art collectors.
Writing is another fundamental aspect of her practice. Sarah Corona has published numerous exhibition catalogs, essays, and +200 reviews about art and cultural events, on different international media outlets and in different languages. She also operates as lecturer and guest curator at New York-based arts organizations.
Sarah Corona wrote her doctoral thesis about Chinese Contemporary Art (Alma Mater Bologna) after completing a MA in Communication and Fine Arts in Bologna, Italy. In 2014, she sucessfully completed a professional program in Art and Business at NYU New York.
Sarah Corona is member IKT International Association Of Curators Of Contemporary Art.
Sarah Corona is member of 1% For The Planet which means that 1% of all projects are devolved to organizations that work together for a healthy planet.
Other projects include:
ROOMSERVICE Gallery in Brooklyn, a space for artistic and cultural experimentation, devoted to the dissemination of site-specific projects, new media based art works and critical discourses around the curatorial practice.
Sarah Corona founded BAG Bologna Art Galleries in 2010, a platform that informs about what’s going on in Bologna, Italy. The platform is currently on hold.