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Working in the Arts: Nick Hall

This week for our ongoing Working in the Arts profile, we talk to Nick Hall who is Director – Head of Fine Art at Henry Adam’s Fine Art Auctioneers in Chichester, West Sussex. So, where do you work? I work at Henry Adams Fine Art Auctioneers in Chichester, West Sussex, as well as a BBC…

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Spotlight on: Paris, France

As the second edition of Paris+ au Art Basel has drawn to a close, and the doors of Paris Photo 2023 opening, this month we are shining our spotlight on Paris. Recent gallery openings including Modern Art and Hauser & Wirth highlight a clear shift in focus to Paris. Alongside Paris+, Asia Now…

HR on The Big Screen

Ever thought about kicking back and watching some movies to brush up on HR subjects? Here are Lisa’s top 3 recommendations if you are hiding from the heat wave… She-Devil, 1989 A brilliant Roseanne Barr takes revenge on her husband after he leaves her and the children for the glamorous…

Online Platforms

There has been an undeniable increase in the need for specialists for the online sector of the art industry. DRAW has a long-standing expertise in working with many of the leading online platforms across Europe and the U.S. for years. DRAW has helped our clients sourcing qualified staff and growing…

Bitesize Daily: Sarah Monk – London Art Fair

Sarah Monk is the Director of London Art Fair, which encompasses museum quality Modern British art and international and emerging contemporary art.

Bitesize Daily: Chris Stephens – Holburne Museum

Chris Stephens is Director of the Holburne Museum (https://www.holburne.org/) which has just extended the Grayson Perry: The Pre-Therapy Years until 3rd January 2021. Before the Holburne Museum, Chris worked at Tate in London for twenty-one years, for much of that time as Head of Displays at Tate…

Bitesize Daily: Melanie Gerlis

Melanie Gerlis is Art market columnist for the Financial Times; Editor at large at The Art Newspaper and Author of "Art as an investment?"

Bitesize Daily: Guy Schooling – Sworders

We round off this week’s interviews with Guy Schooling, Chairman and Head Specialist, Art & Antiques at Sworders fine art auctioneers. https://www.sworder.co.uk What have you been up to during lockdown? Who would have thought running what was basically a shut down business could be so…

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Working in the Arts: From Boutique to Blue Chip – Celia Kinchington

Working in the Arts: From Boutique to Blue Chip, moving from a small team to a large business can be intimidating, and feel well beyond your comfort zone if you don’t have that experience. We caught up with Celia Kinchington who made that move on a grand scale, to hear how she handled this…

Working in the Arts: Victoria Clay

This month’s Working in the Arts segment focusses on Victoria Clay who is the Junior Cataloguer and Valuer for the Paintings and Jewellery departments at Catherine Southon Auctioneers and Valuers. Where do you work? I work at Catherine Southon Auctioneers and Valuers. What is your job title? I am…

Working in the Arts: Lindsay Dewar

This month’s Working in the Arts segment focusses on Lindsay Dewar, Head of Analytics at ArtTactic. What time did you wake up and what are you usual working hours? I’m an early bird and will often be at the gym for 6.30am before heading straight to work, which means my usual working hours are…

Working in the Arts: Sarah Arnett Ordaz

Continuing our focus on the US, for this week’s Working in the Arts segment we spoke with Sarah Arnett Ordaz who is the Gallery Manager at Lisson, New York. So, where do you work? I work at Lisson Gallery, in our New York office. What is your job title? Gallery Manager – though this title…