Flowers Gallery Jobs: we are looking for a Photography Sales Consultant
28 August 2019
Lorenzo Vitturi, Money Must Be Made, 2018, installation view, Flowers Gallery Kingsland Road.
We are looking for a full-time Photography Sales Consultant.
Reporting directly to the Director of Photography and Curator of Photography, the role provides vital support to the Photography Department and is a great opportunity for a dynamic and organized individual with sales experience and a passion for art to work with internationally renowned photographers.
Working towards ambitious sales targets.
Expanding networks of gallery clients as well as nurturing existing relationships.
Managing a personal client base of private individuals, corporations, advisors and consultants and facilitating both private and institutional acquisitions of works.
Administering sales and liaising with other departments to coordinate post-sale logistics.
Creating presentations to share with clients.
Managing database entries, consignments and administration.
Liaising with the technical department to oversee the shipment and storage of photographs.
Designing and producing exhibition material such as price list and presentations.
Assisting with the visualization and curation of booth displays.
Managing the logistical organization of works.
Participating in and working at art fairs.
Meeting new clients and following up on this contact post-fair.
Sales experience (minimum 1 year)
Demonstrable understanding and interest in the contemporary art world (photography knowledge preferable).
Excellent written and verbal communication.
Social personality and good networking skills.
Creative thinking and the ability to work under own initiative.
Organised and ability to prioritize a busy workload.
Experience using Adobe InDesign and Photoshop
Knowledge of Artlogic (preferable)
Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 9.45am – 6pm plus some weekend and evening work, and occasional travel.
Please email a CV & cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close on Sunday the 15th of September.