Operating through a circuit of ephemeral locations all over the world, the Spaceless Gallery looks beyond the walls of a traditional white cube space to provide an ever-changing experience for both our artists, collectors and designers. The gallery's nomadic nature ties in with decentralized art programs that aim to establish fresh dialogues between the exhibition venue, the works, and the viewer integrating all art forms, including music and performance art.
Béatrice MasiFounder of the gallery
Founded by Beatrice Masi who is currently based in Paris, the Spaceless Gallery began as an initiative to provide visibility and support to her artist-friends. As the gallery grew, Beatrice continued to hold the belief that the gallery is akin to a close-knit family where her artists feel like they belong. "I believe in each one of my artists and in turn, they put their trust in me." Today, her principles have formed the foundations of what the gallery represents.
Throughout her career, Beatrice has established herself as a boundary breaker - a curator, advisor, and gallerist all in one. It is with this same spirit of innovation that the Spaceless Gallery brings together its eclectic network of collectors, collaborators, and artists from across all spectrums.
Running the gallery alongside Beatrice, Kate Ng shares the same resounding beliefs that drives the gallery forward. An advocate for inclusion, diversity and education, Kate hopes that the Spaceless Gallery will grow to become a platform that embraces all - travelling the road less taken and pushing the boundaries for how art is seen, perceived and experienced.
With a wealth of art-world experience under her belt, Kate wears many hats as she positions herself from her base in Singapore, building and augmenting the bedrock of the gallery's ecosystem.
Cecilia BronziniInterior design consultant
Cecilia Bronzini was born and raised in Venice. She now lives between Biarritz and Paris.
Coming from a family fascinated by art, architecture and handmade fabrics, Cecilia turned to visual arts studies at the IUAV in Venice and the Beaux-Arts in Paris. She worked for Condé Nast Italia in Paris for 5 years, where she was a correspondent for the magazines Vogue Italia, Vanity Fair, Glamour, Traveler and GQ Italy. A lover of the arts, she was also dedicated to curating art exhibitions. In 2014, she decided to pursue professional training in Interior design.
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