Founder & Director
1 Jul 2015
What do you do at Hang-Up?
I am in a privileged position as I started as an intern in 2015. Over the years, I have spent time in logistics to artists coordination and now I am the business development manager for the gallery. My job is to develop relationships and understand the current art market. One of my favourite parts of my job is looking out for new and exciting artists from around the world.
Tim Fishlock, Delphine Lebourgeois and Basquiat
Nancy Fouts Fags, Birds and a couple of Guns 2020 - This was a special show as it is a retrospective of the late and great Fouts.
Best thing about working at Hang-Up?
Hands down, it's the people. Working in small, close knit team has taught me so much about the industry I always wanted to be in. Starting in 2015 as an intern and still here says it all!
Best Hang-Up moment?
Tricky but I think it might be moving into 10D Branch place. Being part of Hang-Up's journey is a joy but seeing the potential and possibilities in this space is really exciting.