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At QAGOMA, International Art are responsible for the development of exhibitions that range from vast to intimate in scale, as well as caring for and developing the gallery’s International collection.

The Curator, International Art plays a vital role across all of these areas, working in a small team under the Curatorial Manager International Art.

Art and artists are at the centre of this role, and all that we care for. Equally, we strive to welcome, captivate, challenge and energise our audiences.

We are seeking an experienced curator, ready to dream of new worlds whilst also being capable and patient, able to navigate the processes of a large institution. We are looking for a colleague who is an excellent communicator and cares about their working relationships, near and far.

The Curator, International Art will have the capacity to understand the collection as it stands, and join us in looking towards the future – planning how the collection might best be developed to reflect the world (and worlds) we live in as well as the communities we serve.

We are seeking a flexible, inspiring and creative thinker, to contribute to the research, development and delivery of exhibitions. As examples of major exhibitions, International Art are currently working towards European Masterpieces from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, recent major exhibitions include Water; Gerhard Richter: The Life of Images and Sugar Spin: You, me, art and everything. Exhibitions drawn primarily from the collection include Revelations; Work, Work, Work; Measures of Distance; Limitless Horizon: Vertical Perspective; Sublime and Harvest. The role requires a team player, keen to contribute to shared and scheduled projects; as well as offering opportunities to develop your own curatorial and creative voice.

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