Gallery House Announces Annual Opening – November 29th,2012

Featured artists collected by such celebrities as Madonna,  Givenchy, Ricardo Ticci and, Marilyn Manson

Gallery House Manager Belinda Chun announced the gallery’s opening night celebration, “Miles To Go Before I Sleep,” is scheduled for an exclusive Press Preview on Wednesday November 28, 2012 from 2 – 5 p.m. RSVP required.

The Grand Opening Night is Thursday November 29, 2012 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

The opening celebrates Gallery House as a unique space serving as both a commercial gallery and an exclusive environment for featuring select senior and established artists regularly collected by art connoisseurs, museums; celebrities and the normal nomad. 

Gallery House showcases only two exhibits and one auction per year. The first exhibit will feature artists Ray Caesar, Gottfried Helnwein and Anita Kunz. The second exhibit will be a specially curated show that will change yearly or be presented by a special curator.

 Gallery House will distribute additional announcements and images as the opening date approaches.


Gallery House Manager Belinda Chun is one of today’s most-watched for citing the best artists to collect and invest on the international contemporary art market circuit.

Chun’s 12-years working in the fine-art realm include experience with highly regarded commercial galleries, international art fairs, biennales, and institutions, as well as advising art collectors, philanthropists and celebrities. 

Chun is well respected for her talent in identifying artists with potential and conceptual thought who have dedicated work ethics. She helps artists create without pressure. Chun also ensures dealer inventories change frequently to suit their needs while sheltering works for art fairs and special projects. Chun navigates all parties through the tricky waters of sharing and being fair, while ensuring payments are made directly to the artists.

Throughout her career, Chun has worked with many of the world’s most highly regarded galleries, including the Art Gallery of Ontario, Royal Ontario Museum, McMichael Gallery, Power Plant, and commercial galleries featuring international, museum-quality artists with works considered National Treasures. Her well-honed skills have generated buzz and her artists — including Ray Caesar, Gottfried Helnwein and Anita Kunz — have appeared in print or blog articles each month throughout Canada, the United States, Russia, Slovenia, Australia, the United Arab Emirates, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Egypt, China, Japan and more.

For more information contact Gallery House at or Tel: 416.587.0057