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Alchemy Recruitment have over 20 years’ experience in placing candidates globally in a range of positions from junior to directorship levels. Our high standard of service has gained respect from both candidates and employers alike throughout our longstanding career. The excellent quality of national and international vacancies we attract is testament to both the exemplary candidates who register with us and the high level of employers we work with.
The outstanding level of knowledge and expertise of our fine art and gallery services consultants has allowed us to assemble this blog, to provide up to date and essential information for those currently working in or looking for a career within the fine art and gallery services industry. From exhibitions and awards to career guides and the latest news, we look at all aspects of the industry to make sure you’re in the know and able to fulfil your employment potential.
Nativity Art Through The Ages
In its visual art form, The Nativity scene has been a key subject of the Christian narrative since the 14th century. Regardless of faith, the representation of the holy child resting in a stable manger, flanked by his parents and adored by shepard’s, barn animals and wisemen alike, is utterly iconic.
Gallipoli: The Scale of our War – A Te Papa Exhibition, New Zealand
I have just completed an eight-month sabbatical travelling in New Zealand. As a member of Alchemy’s Fine Art Team, I found I couldn’t keep away from the art world for too long. Whilst exploring the ‘land of the long white cloud’, I visited various museums and galleries, enjoying cultural and local artworks. One exhibition really resonated with me; Te Papa’s ‘Gallipoli: The Scale of our War.’ This piece is particularly relevant to this year’s First World War Centenary.
Three Significant Artworks by Banksy
Inspired by the recent event at Sotheby’s, I felt it fitting to devote my latest blog to the work of Banksy; a famous street artist whose identity has always been a subject of mystery and speculation. Despite obscuring his (or her) identity, Banksy has become well known not just within the art industry but on a global scale for his creative, ingenious and often controversial graffiti. He fascinates the public in his use of street art, which comments on and raises questions about modern society. I have selected my top 3 jaw-dropping Banksy works, which in my opinion, have considerably impacted society and pushed the boundaries of the art world and art classification over the last two decades…