28 Sep, 2019

Assistant Manager and Archivist

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Edouard Malingue Gallery was founded in Hong Kong in 2010 to build a critical dialogue between Asian and International contemporary artists, both emerging and established, who combine aesthetic concern with conceptual enquiry, and work across different disciplines from video and installation to painting and sound. In 2016 the gallery opened a second space in Shanghai, creating a wider platform of exchange for its roster of artists. In addition to presenting dynamic solo exhibitions, the gallery pushes the boundaries of art in public spaces and stimulates artistic discourse through collaborations with curators worldwide.

We are currently seeking a high calibre candidate to join our team as Assistant Manager and Archivist.

The candidate will be responsible for will be responsible for:
- providing support to management and realisation of exhibitions, art fairs, outside projects initiated by the gallery;
- assisting Gallery Manager and the team in all aspects regarding daily operation of the gallery;
- liaising between the gallery team and the represented artists;
- liaising between institutions, curators or press and the represented artists;
- managing and maintaining the storage, circulations and distribution on digital video files, including artworks, commissioned photography / videography materials, etc.;
- establishing a system on managing all digital archive and working documents for the gallery team as well as all artist’s materials, and supervising on the daily maintenance and organisation;
- establishing a system to categorize and storage the library collection and any sorts of physical archives;
- initiating research on the represented artists, in order to provide research support for the gallery team, and if necessary for artists, curators and institutions.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:

• More than 3 year’s working experience gained from gallery/art space/ auction;
• Solid experience in archive management/ project management/art research/ operation management/inventory management;
• Experience in coordination of exhibition is preferred;
• Fluent in both English and Chinese, good command of Mandarin is a must;
• Bachelor degree holder in Art/ Journalism/ business or any related subject.

Interested parties, please e-mail CV with cover letter stating date of availability, current and expected salary to [email protected] 
All information received will be treated in strict confidence and used for recruitment purpose only.
Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

05 Sep, 2019

Gallery Intern (Part Time / Full Time) - Opera Gallery

InternshipJob

Opera Gallery Hong Kong seeks an organised, detail-oriented, and positive-minded person to join the team as an intern.

Candidates must be fluent in English & Chinese and have a solid background in art history.

Job Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Contribute to the writing, editing and translating of exhibition and relevant materials
  • Assist in creating visuals for social media platforms
  • General management of the gallery, including front desk tasks
  • Daily maintenance of the gallery
  • Other ad hoc duties as assigned

Requirements

  • Degree or relevant qualifications in Art History or related subjects
  • Oral and Written Fluency in Mandarin, Cantonese and English
  • Eligible to work in Hong Kong
  • Proficiency in Photoshop and Video Editting preferred
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to follow instructions in a timely manner

Please send resume, cover letter and a writing sample in Chinese to [email protected] with the subject line “Application for Internship - Your Name”.

28 Sep, 2019

Project Assistant - Sin Sin Fine Art

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Sin Sin Fine Art presents a wide range of projects to increase awareness of the brand and bring art into the community. We are currently looking for a dedicated and hands-on Project Assistant to join our team.

Responsibilities:

- Design and development of all promotional and marketing material, including research and translation of written material
- Assist with day-to-day operations including general office administration
- Assist with planning and organizing exhibitions and various art/cultural events
- Update artwork inventory and client database
- Work on administrative and ad-hoc tasks from time to time

Requirements:

– 1-2 years of working experience
– Experience in the gallery/art industry would be an advantage
– Experience in graphic design and in using Adobe Creative Suite or other graphic design software
– Excellent in both written & spoken English and Chinese
– Proficient in Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite
– Adaptable, with excellent interpersonal skills
– Immediate availability preferred

Please send your CV to [email protected]sinsinac.com

05 Mar, 2019

Gallery Assistant Internship

InternshipJob

A2Z Art Gallery Hong Kong are hiring. The job vacancies for part time and full time gallery assistant internship positions are now open. Candidates who display high potential and are willing to start immediately, will be given the opportunity to take on the internship full time and could also be offered a full time or part time role as Gallery Assistant.

Job Description: Gallery Assistant Internship

Administrative

Gallery assistants provide administrative services such as ordering office or retail supplies, answer phones, issue and manage written correspondence, and set up or confirm appointments or event schedules with artists, vendors, clients or visitors. Additionally, you should provide desktop publishing support and design mailers, posters, brochures, artist background materials and event invitations. They might also write and post classified ads for new job, internship or volunteer positions, review open position applications and train volunteers.

Exhibits and Events

Perform a wide range of duties related to exhibitions and events. Check shipments to confirm arrival of new pieces for an event; unpack and prepare pieces for display; set up exhibition or event spaces; install pieces; or pack and ship pieces previously on display. Provide help to design and coordinate an exhibit or event. Arrange catering for events, create an event schedule or coordinate with event participants.

Public Relations

The gallery assistant might also be required to provide public relations services such as issuing press releases, handle media interview arrangement, maintaining online social media accounts or greet visitors. Also to speak to visitors about an artist or specific pieces on display, or answer questions about pieces or upcoming exhibitions or events. Additionally, they might assist with the purchase and sale of artwork, manage art orders, prepare sold artwork for shipment or follow up with customers to confirm the successful arrival and good condition of sold pieces.

Other Duties

A gallery assistant could take photos for print and online usage or work on special projects. May also help maintain the gallery. For example, a gallery assistant might clean floors, windows, counters or display cases. The candidate might also be responsible for recognising threats to the gallery or artwork, and handle these threats following protocols as dictated by the gallery director, manager or owner.

Requirements:

Degree or relevant qualifications in Art History of related

Oral and written fluency in English, Cantonese and Mandarin

Eligible to work in Hong Kong

Please send CV's to [email protected] or bring your CV in person and ask to see the management.