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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.
Digital Art in Japan: teamLab Borderless
What is it?
teamLab Borderless is a state-of-the-art digital art museum based in the MORI building of the Odaiba district of Tokyo, Japan. The museum presents an engaging world of display that draws in a global audience to experience something they have likely never seen before.
What are the most expensive artworks ever sold?
Recently, the artworld has been dazzled by the sale of Claude Monet’s 1890 painting ‘Meules’. The artwork was sold in an astonishing eight minutes for an eyewatering $110.7million, breaking records for the most an impressionist work has ever sold for. Interestingly, professionals are describing the sale as a ‘bargain’ in comparison to previous sale records – so what are the most expensive artworks ever sold, and what makes them so valuable?
72 hours in Vienna, Austria: An Art Lovers’ guide!
Brimming with magnificent palaces, sumptuous streets and lavish architecture, Vienna is an ideal city to escape into a world of luxury and opulence. Whether you are a seasoned Art buff or simply a tourist with an appreciation for the finer things, this beautiful Austrian city has something to offer everyone. I was lucky enough to visit last month and have noted some of my favourite places to visit.