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Job: Project Manager, Benrimon Contemporary

Posted by Sofia Landström • Friday, May 3. 2013 • Category: Jobs & Opportunities

Project Manager, Benrimon Contemporary, Los Angeles
Deadline: Accepts proposals until a suitable hire is found

Established in 2010, Benrimon Contemporary’s mission is to represent and support established and mid-career Contemporary artists. The gallery’s artists, such as Simon Patterson and Dimitri Kozyrev, have established careers yet have been overlooked in New York City. While the gallery’s budding artists, like Shay Kun, Trey Speegle and Changha Hwang all live, work and exhibit in New York City. The gallery presents group and solo shows of their roster of artists while additionally producing a few historical exhibitions throughout the year. Benrimon Contemporary carefully curates shows that present innovative ways to explain the continuum of Modern to Contemporary art. The gallery also provides acquisition, management, and consulting services with integrity and professionalism.

Benrimon Contemporary seeks a full-time temporary Project Manager based in Los Angeles. The Project Manager will be the liaison and coordinator on a public art project in LA working for one of its gallery artists. The Project Manager should have experience dealing with architects, engineers, contractors and fabricators as well as managing the production of a large-scale public art project.

A degree in Architecture or Design is preferred, but people with experience dealing with special exhibitions and projects of this nature will be considered.

Please email [email protected] with Project Manager in the subject line.

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