On Monday, April 11, high-end online retailer Net-a-porter, Cultured Magazine and the Rubell Family Collection will celebrate the Collection’s current exhibit, “No Man’s Land: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection” with a private lunch event.

The luncheon will be hosted by Rubell Family Collection cofounder Mera Rubell and Cultured Magazine editor in chief and founder, Sarah Harrelson. They are expecting over 50 Miami art-loving ladies to attend for cocktails and a seated lunch.

“No Man’s Land: Women Artists from the Rubell Family Collection” is the second in a series of events Net-a-porter is involved in. The Rubell Family Collection is one of the largest private contemporary collections in North America. It was founded by Mera and her husband, Donald, in 1984 in New York, and has been in Miami since 1993. The museum is host to works by a range of contemporary artists including Jeff Koons, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Kara Walker and Cindy Sherman.
The exhibit opened in December and will run through May. It was previously celebrated during Art Basel, with a W Magazine and Roberto Cavalli party. The exhibit showcases the work of over 100 female artists through works of paint, photography, sculpture and video installations. It occupies the entire museum, and rotates through the series of works, all of which come from the museum’s permanent collection.