Skip to main content

Pace Galleries

Cart icon

Available Positions

Pace Gallery is seeking an experienced Photographer to join our Imaging Department. Reporting to our Director of Imaging this role will be responsible for producing and processing digital images and videos of individual works of art, exhibitions, installations and all other gallery activities.

Please review the full job description PDF. 

 

 

 

Pace Gallery is seeking a dedicated Digital Imaging Coordinator to join our New York based Imaging department. In this role the Digital Imaging Coordinator will be responsible for asset management and distribution of image and video files and will assist the Imaging Director with special projects and daily operations.  

Please review the full job description, below. 

 

 

Pace Gallery is seeking a Curatorial Associate to support its ambitious global exhibition program. As a member of Pace’s newly established Curatorial Department, s/he will be responsible for a variety of curatorial and administrative tasks including artist and exhibition research and development; coordinating programs and events; assisting with the development of publications; and writing and editing exhibition-related texts. The Curatorial Associate maintains an excellent knowledge of the field, including the activities of art galleries, institutions, and related organizations, as well as emerging and established artists, and trending topics in critical cultural discourse.

 

 

Pace Gallery is seeking a dynamic, outgoing and detail-oriented Events Associate to join our New York based Marketing team. The Events Associate is responsible for supporting the Events Manager in the planning and execution of exhibition openings and other internal and external special events involving the gallery.

 

 

Research & Archives Internship, Fall 2019

Pace Gallery, Research & Archives department is seeking an intern to assist with a variety of library and archives projects. Internships are available to students enrolled in graduate programs in Library and Information Science, Art History, Museum/Curatorial Studies, Archival Studies, or a related field. Interns must commit to two full days a week and be self-motivated and detail-oriented, as well as be able to work both independently and with a team. Candidates should have knowledge of basic library service, bibliographic research and cataloging, digitization projects, archival processing, and organization.

Please review the full job description, below. 

 

Pace Gallery is seeking a professional and experienced Preparator to join our New York team. We are looking for an individual who is punctual, reliable, and enjoys working in a collaborative environment. This role will focus on providing art handling, installation, and transportation support to our Art Resources team. We are looking to fill both full-time and part-time positions.

Please review the full job description, below. 

 

Pace Gallery is seeking an experienced curator and scholar to support its ambitious global program with a focus on post-war American Art and 20th century art. As a member of Pace’s newly established Curatorial Department, s/he will be focused on working directly with the foundations and artist estates represented by Pace, as well as select senior artists.  The Curator of Estates is responsible for a variety of curatorial and administrative tasks including exhibition research and development; the development of related publications; and writing and editing exhibition-related texts. This role requires significant art historical knowledge of key players in 20th century art, particularly in the post-war period, with an interest in Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, and Minimalism, and maintains an excellent knowledge of the field, including the activities of art galleries, institutions, and related organizations.

 

Research Intern for Marketing Department, Spring/Summer 2019

 

Pace Gallery is seeking a Marketing Intern to join our dynamic marketing team and assist with a variety of summer research projects. In this role, you will support the department in conducting thorough research on gallery artists for use across marketing platforms, including our website and social media. This temporary position is ideal for candidates with an art history background who possess a passion for the arts and a strong attention to detail. You will have the opportunity to gain in-depth exposure to marketing processes at an international gallery.