A Turning Point for Pen + Brush

After 120 years in the town house, Pen and Brush moved to a new state-of-the-art facility in New York’s Flatiron District, one that offers collectors, curators and the public the chance to experience diverse work by women that reflects the landscapes of contemporary art and writing.

When planning and creating the new space, Pen and Brush recommitted to the mission of representing female artists and writers in ways that would significantly impact their careers, by creating a professional space to celebrate their work.

The new program structure offered publishers, agents, collectors and gallery owners a constantly-renewing supply of high-quality work – enough high-quality work to trigger a lasting shift in the marketplace. On the organization’s 120th birthday, Pen and Brush promised to continue its work through 2014 and beyond.