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SECTION private labels quality journalism in technology, design, culture, and the arts. In addition, we develop and create custom limited-edition publications and live presentations.

Our content has been published by HuffPo Arts and Culture, The Miami Herald, Time Out, Communication Arts, Creative Pro, Voyageur Press, and other established media outlets. We are often first to the scoop or have stand-out coverage and imagery sought-after for social channels.

SECTION is often a chosen source for other media outlets in art fair opinion and style features. You may have seen us in broadcast coverage during Art Basel Miami VIP previews on NBC Miami, CBS Miami, and Fox News New York — and in images by Getty, BFA, Shutterstock, Miami TV, and many more at opening events at all major Miami Art Week fairs including Scope, NADA, Untitled, Design Miami/, and Pulse. We are embedded in the fabric of the international art and design community with a non-stop passion for fostering creativity to enhance our lives — and the lives and livelihoods of others.

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Passionate professionals in art, design, culture and technology

kHyal and artist JR, Galerie Perrotin, NYC



Photo: kHyal and artist JR at Galerie Perrotin

kHyal began her professional art career in Los Angeles. She first worked for Richard Tobey in the art restoration and period framing trade on projects for The Getty, LACMA, and private collectors including Mrs. Bob Hope and Steve Martin. Then she was recruited by Joan Wheeler Ankrum. A gallery of considerable note, Ankrum Gallery’s initial funding came from Joseph Hirshhorn who became a loyal patron. The Smithsonian Archives of American Art, which now holds the gallery’s archives, documented that Ankrum Gallery “was among the earliest to exhibit the work of black artists.” A 1971 New York Times article about women gallery owners in Los Angeles cited that Ankrum Gallery was “the largest in sales and size in La Cienega Boulevard.” Ankrum was a co-founder of the Art Dealers Association of America and an active member of the Black Arts Council. She also helped organize the Monday Night Art Walk program on La Cienega Boulevard.

kHyal learned the ropes of the art world from Joan, and what started as a relationship through employment, grew into a deep and lasting friendship. Ankrum Gallery also went on to represent kHyal as an artist, which led to her first commissions from private collectors.

In recent years, kHyal has worked with museums and cultural institutions as a creative lead on experiential design projects. As Chief Creative Officer of architectural technology and experiential design firm Metinteractive, she contributed to significant initiatives for the Whitney Museum of American Art, Lincoln Center, Brooklyn Academy of Music, BRIC Arts Media, and NYPL’s Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.

kHyal writes professionally for startups, non-profits, small businesses, global public tech companies, and various media outlets.




Photo: ©Mark Mann for Leica®

Karl Heine is a photographer whose work has been featured in academic journals, and national gallery shows. His images are often picked up by other media outlets and arts organizations, artist Nick Cave and Jack Shainman Gallery among them. Karl’s personal photographic essays have been published in Boston College’s Post Road magazine.




Photo: ©Tyler Jayson

Tyler Jayson is a video production expert, photographer, and motion designer. He has shot and edited social content event video and photography featuring industry influencers and celebrities for the Final Four, Vulture Festival New York and Los Angeles, Indy 500, FIFA World Cup, SEC Football Championship, College Football National Championship, Daytona 500, AT&T Playoff Playlist Live and Rugby World Cup Sevens. He has produced work for AT&T, Sunoco Racing, IBM Sports, FedEx, AIG, Toyota Racing, Hitachi Racing, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Liberty Mutual, DIRECTV, Cadillac, Pininfarina and SoulCycle.


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Creative activation as we work and play across the globe



  • Aqua Art
  • Art Basel Miami Beach
  • Art Miami / Context
  • Design Miami/
  • Fountain Art Fair
  • ICA Miami
  • Mana Wynwood
  • Miami Arts Week
  • Pinta
  • Pulse
  • Satellite Art Fair
  • Scope Art Show
  • Untitled Art

Las Vegas

  • Money 20/20 Las Vegas

Los Angeles

  • LA Art Show

New York

  • 3D Print Show New York
  • Armory Arts Week
  • Augmented World Expo
  • Beyond the Streets
  • Brooklyn Designs
  • City Source Manufacturers Trade Show for Designers
  • Collective Design Fair
  • Decoded Fashion Summit
  • Design for Manufacturing Summit
  • Developer Week New York
  • Digital Dumbo
  • Empire Startups FinTech Conference
  • Fashion on the Factory Floor
  • Fashinnovation Worldwide Talks
  • FashTech NYC
  • Finovate New York
  • Foreland Catskill
  • Freestyle Fashion Conference
  • Frieze New York
  • ICFF
  • Indie Media Camp
  • Inside 3D Printing New York
  • Manufacture New York Sustainable Textile Summit
  • Mobile Payments Latin America Summit
  • Moniker Art Fair
  • New York Tech Day
  • RefashionNYC
  • Reinventing New York Fashion + Market Week
  • Share Conference
  • Sight Unseen
  • Stoneleaf Retreat
  • Sustainable Textile Summit
  • Swissnex, Zero Power Smart Fashion exhibition & Symposium, NYC
  • Wanted Design
  • The Armory Show
  • The Fintech Transformation Conference, Yale School of Management
  • The Other Art Fair
  • TriBeCa Film Festival: Imagination Day
  • Upstate Art Weekend
  • Volta
  • Wearable Tech Expo


  • A Better World by Design (RISD/Brown University)


  • EGGO Arte, Buenos Aires


  • Street Art, Antwerp
  • Street Art, Brussels


  • 798 Art Zone, Beijing
  • Mount Huangshan UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • PolyU School of Design Graduate Show, Hong Kong
  • MoCA Shanghai
  • Street Art, Nanjing
  • Wuhu Sculpture Park, Anhui


  • The Horse Whisperer


  • CHART Art Fair, Copenhagen
  • Designmuseum Denmark, Copenhagen
  • Enter Art Fair, Copenhagen
  • Louisiana Museum, Copenhagen


  • Black Body OLED Factory, Cuers
  • Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity
  • Pictoplasma, La Gaîté Lyrique, Paris
  • Street Art, Toulon


  • Deichtorhallen House of Photography, Hamburg
  • Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg
  • Pictoplasma, Berlin


  • Biennale Architettura, Venice
  • Design District, Milan
  • La Specola Anatomical Collection, Florence
  • Paper and Watermark Museum, Fabriano


  • Snoopy Museum, Tokyo
  • Mori Museum, Tokyo


  • Yoo by Philippe Starck


  • Astrup Fearnley Museet, Oslo
  • Kode Museum, Bergen
  • Oslo Design Fair
  • National Museum – Architecture, Olso
  • The Vigeland Park, Oslo


  • Design Week Mexico, Mexico City


  • FADFEST / FADEXPO Design Awards, Barcelona
  • ARCO, Madrid
  • Hybrid Arte, Madrid
  • Art Madrid
  • Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao


  • Form/Design Center, Malmo
  • Moderna Museet, Malmo
  • Moderna Museet, Stockholm


  • Art Basel
  • Liste Art Fair
  • Design Miami/ Basel
  • SCOPE Art Fair


  • NDSM Art City, Amsterdam
  • Straat Museum Live Painting, Amsterdam
  • The Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam


  • Finovate Europe, London
  • Graduate Fashion Week, London