The Consensus of Opinion Article in Harper's Bazaar, Photograph by Man Ray, March 1936  

Jordana Zeldin is an art consultant and curator with an entrepreneurial streak and eye for unrepresented art talent. As Director of ArtBridge, she grew it from the ground up, turning a one-time public art project idea into a fully-realized non-profit arts organization that in four years served over 100 local emerging artists and produced over 10,000 square feet of public art throughout the five boroughs of New York City. As curator of the organization's critically-acclaimed gallery, she brought some of the most exciting work by local, emerging artists to the heart of the Chelsea gallery district, placing work in prominent private collections while challenging the notion that a gallery need to be large to be impactful.

In her consulting work, Jordana specializes in collaborating with new and established collectors as they buy and sell works from both the top and emerging ends of the market, working with them to develop dynamic collections that create a meaningful dialogue between art history and contemporary art practices.