Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn, owner and founder of Salon 94, currently spends her days perfecting challah and dreaming of sushi, but before the shutdown she was in the midst of a major renovation at her new gallery space on 89th street. At Salon 94, she is known for championing the work of women and represents esteemed artists including Marilyn Minter, Huma Bhabha and Judy Chicago. In this episode of Phoning It In, Jeanne chats with Amy Cappellazzo about her emphasis on underrepresented art and why she believes galleries may prove to be surprisingly resilient in the coming months.
Phoning it In
Phoning It In, Ep.1: Why Jeanne Greenberg Believes in the Resiliency of Galleries