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Donna Enad Napper has worked in the field of contemporary fine art for ten years, including six years as an owner and director of the gallery den contemporary.
The gallery promotes talented emerging to mid-career artists who produce visually and thoughtfully compelling and innovative works. The gallery program features painting, photography, three-dimensional pieces, video, installation and performance art with a focus on non-objective approaches and conceptually-based practices. In 2007, den contemporary was selected as “1 of 50 Emerging Galleries From Around the World” in the London-based magazine Contemporary.
In addition to presenting exhibitions, Enad Napper has hosted and organized several art-related events at the gallery such as lectures, panel discussions, exhibition tours and artist performances. As a big supporter of the promotion of contemporary art to local communities, she has served on panels at the College Art Association Conference, Loyola Marymount University, Azusa Pacific University, The Lucie Foundation and Riverside Art Museum. In 2006, she was one of two gallerists working with the Culver City Cultural Affairs to co-organize the first annual district art walk.
After being invited to participate in a new art program in 2009, Enad Napper since has been presenting exhibitions in a 4,300 square foot gallery space at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood.
Presently, she serves as an Executive Member of the Southern California chapter of ArtTable, the national organization for women leaders in visual arts.