Sarah isn’t the sort of woman you forget. She’s like a lioness, wearing her ambition on her sleeve. She has a huge love for photography and, it seems, real guts. She welcomes me into one of the four rooms of her enormous gallery on 24th Street in Chelsea. Two chairs have been brought in, placed underneath Pierre Gonnord’s unflinching portrait of Konstantina. Around us the gallery is alive, breathing, moving about…. “Sarah, what was your first experience with photography ? The very first ?” “Oh, well, that’s easy….”
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