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March 8–11, 2018 Piers 92 & 94

VIP Global Network

The Armory Show's international VIP network extends well beyond New York, with VIP Ambassadors staged across three continents.

Los Angeles
Allison Berg

Allison Berg is an art collector and philanthropist. Most recently, she was appointed to LACMA’s Decorative Arts and Design Acquisition Committee. She also serves as a council member at Artadia, the Mistake Room,the Dia Art Foundation, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.

Olivier Fuller

Olivier Fuller is a private advisor who, over the past 16 years, has worked in the curatorial, collection management and advisory fields. He has held board positions at MoCA Toronto, Luminato Festival of Art, The Power Plant Young Patron’s Committee and The Art Gallery of Ontario NEXT Committee.

Eva Ruiz

Eva Ruiz is a collector, curator and philanthropist based in Brussels, Belgium. As the manager of Arternativ, an incubator consultancy firm, Eva develops creative strategies and content for players in the art market, focusing on commercial strategies and solutions for galleries and art events worldwide.

Sandra Hegedus

Sandra Hegedus was born in São Paulo and currently resides in Paris. In 2009, Sandra founded SAM Projects with the goal of supporting contemporary art by both promoting the work of foreign artists in France and of French artists abroad. In 2013, SAM Art Projects became a non-profit association and continues to thrive today.

Sao Paulo
Camila Yunes Guarita

Camila Yunes Guarita lives and works in São Paulo. She works as an art advisor and in 2015 co-founded Go Art, a website devoted to servicing the next generation of hyper-connected collectors and art enthusiasts by providing them access to information on artists to help launch their collections.

Esther Seinjet

Esther is a collector born and raised in Bogota, Colombia. She is actively engaged in Colombia’s art scene through contemporary art classes, fairs, and collector trips. Esther belongs to the Latin America acquisition committees of both the Tate in London and The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City.