A work of art falls and breaks at the height of the London Art Fair. How did the piece still manage to get sold? This gallery girl has some confessions to make. Oh dear oh dear, when things get broken, do they ever get pieced back together the way they were? I like to think that broken objects gain personality: been there, […]
When loving art becomes an obsession: at a gallery in New York City, a gallerina mischievously walks off with a painting she fell in love with. This gallery girl needs more than chocolate to calm down.
New York’s annual Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art may serve to celebrate the Costume Institute’s newest exhibitions but, from experience, it is also an event of debauchery! I feel like the Met Gala’s punk theme was dreamed up by a drunk intern who knew she was getting fired anyway so why not?
We’ve all been rejected before. But if you’re an artist who’s been rejected by a gallery, maybe not the most qualified individual was calling the shots. This NYC gallery girl has some confessions to make. It’s like grading a work of art: who really knows what is good or bad these days?
Just came back from the strangest summer job – let’s just say it wasn’t your average internship. It’s a true story with a juicy, behind-the-scenes look at the world’s most notorious museum: The Louvre.
A friend has been interning at a gallery for over a year with the promise of a paid job. She was asked recently to drive from Berlin to Bavaria to drop off a work. That’s where all the fun begins—or not.