Location: New York
Last year proved to be a major turning point in the career of Andrea Glimcher when she and then-husband Marc Glimcher announced that they would be divorcing after a decade of marriage. During that time, the couple had worked side-by-side at the world-renowned Pace Gallery, which Marc’s father founded. As the gallery’s director, Andrea had managed to keep the space in the headlines by arranging events like Jay Z’s “Picasso Baby” performance art video. She’s shifted that experience into a new venture, Hyphen, an art consulting company that will plan the art at British architect Norman Foster’s newly designed 425 Park Avenue as one of its first projects.