by Rachel Corbett
New York art dealer Ronald Feldman
first met the young Columbia University student Jeanette Ingberman in the late 1970s, when she came into his gallery seeking information on painter Ida Applebroog
for an art-history paper. A few years after she graduated, she came back for another favor -- she was launching an alternative art nonprofit called Exit Art
, and would Feldman be on its board of directors?