SPRING GALLERY INTERNSHIP
Intern responsibilities may include correspondence, assisting at openings and gallery events, research, press communication, speaking with visitors, gallery upkeep, and other miscellaneous tasks tailored to intern’s particular interests. Candidates should have completed a BA or be in the process of completing a MA in Art History or a related field with a particular interest in contemporary art, possess strong computer and communication skills and be willing to commit to two to three full days per week over the Spring Semester. Proficiency in Microsoft Office and proficiency in other languages are a plus. Intern must notify gallery of planned absences at the start of internship. Intern may choose to be compensated or earn course credit. Candidates may send a letter of interest and current CV to elizabeth@
galeriefrankelbaz.com with the subject line ‘Spring Internship 2017.’
galerie frank elbaz opened in 2002 in the district of Le Marais in Paris. The gallery promotes French creation by presenting work by Davide Balula, Rainier Lericolais, Bernard Piffaretti and more. Simultaneously, it offers a foresight into the American scene, showing works of artists such as Sheila Hicks, Kaz Oshiro, Mungo Thomson or Blair Thurman. Over the years, the gallery has focused on rediscovering historical artists such as Wallace Berman and Jay DeFeo, as well as artists from the Zagreb conceptual scene, such as the Gorgona Group (Julije Knifer, Mangelos, Josip Vanista, etc.) or Tomislav Gotovac and Mladen Stilinovic. The gallery regularly invites curators or artists to propose exhibitions projects. It participates in many international art fairs such as Frieze Art Fair (New York), Fiac (Paris), Art Basel (Basel) and Art Basel Miami Beach (Miami). In 2016, galerie frank elbaz opened a second space in Dallas, Texas.