ROLE   – Responsible for being the primary link between the gallery and the artists• Working with Founding director on researching and signing up new artists to the gallery programme.

• Project managing exhibitions in every detail, collaborating with artists on the conception, organisation and installation of exhibitions at the gallery.

Taking the exhibition from initiation to completion, liaising with the gallery’s technical
team/marketing and PR/sales team and overseeing or taking direct responsibility, if necessary, for its successful delivery

• Managing budgets for artist production/fabrication and exhibitions

• Working with accountant to review and produce streamlined and clear artist

• Communicating with each artist regularly, providing value-added “client service” for each artist

Maximising opportunities for works to be consigned from artists for sale by the gallery, working in conjunction with Sales team

• Networking with museums and public institutions in UK and Europe to secure both exhibitions and sales for the artists in your charge, working on museum exhibitions which includes co-ordinating exhibition tours •

Actively promoting sales of artworks to museums and foundations • Attending regular meetings with the gallery’s sales and marketing teams, communicating latest information on exhibition schedules and provide them with inventory update including new works available or consigned to other galleries by each artist.

Writing interpretive texts & press release on the artists in your charge and responsible for final editorial review on all other gallery’s press releases and published documents.

• Helping artists to seek funding for major projects

• Communicate with archivist/registrar team to make sure inventory database is updated with new works and ensuring new works are catalogued & photographed

• Responsible for ensuring that internal archive and catalogue raisonneìe of the artists in her charge are satisfactorily maintained

• Travelling when required, to represent the gallery at key events such as fairs and
artist’s exhibition openings; •