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Larysa Kwapisz

Loans and Copyrights Specialist


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  • LevelSenior
  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom
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  • ProfessionsArt Department Assistant - Art Director - Assistant Curator

About me

Art (especially late 19th and early 20th century), theatre, photography (Instagram) and ecology passionate. Throughout work my aim has always been to create compelling and effective solutions assisting Head of exhibition and Curators from project to production across many subjects - mainly art loans and Exhibition content. Miscellaneous, highly organised and computer literate. Passionate and creative, constantly willing to grow. Friendly and approachable team player, with a can-do attitude. Originally from Warsaw, curently based in NW3 London. I hold a BA in Art History and due to finish Copyrights in multimedia course


  • Art Exhibitions
  • Fine Jewellery
  • Contemporary Jewellery
  • Contemporary Arts
  • Art Curation
  • Copyright Law
  • Art Handling
  • Museum Display
  • Museum Documentation
  • Collection Database

Work history


Luxury Jewellery Sales Consultant

Dinny Hall

Jan 2017
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Full Time
  • High standard of personal presentation and excellent customers service as well as knowledge of fine jewellery


Curator Assistant / Loan and Copyrights Specialist

Polin Musem

Jul 2010 - Jun 2013
  • Warsaw, Poland
  • Full Time
  • Creating the Core Exhibition of The Museum of the History of Polish Jews: negotiating with gallery managers and curators from other galleries to arrange loans of art objects ; sourcing, acquiring and arranging permissions for digital media; liaison with graphic designers, architects and other subcontractors; general administration, budgeting, finance and accounts; creating database; leading 'Polish Roots in Israel' project.



1st Class BA Hons Art History

University of Warsaw

Sep 2009
  • Warsaw, Poland
  • Claude Monet, Beach in Pourville, 1882 The monograph on the painting, in the light of recent research. The painting, with the unusually interesting history, was preserved in 2010, directly after the unexpected recapture, beforehand stolen in one of the greatest robberies in polish museology since World War II.