Segolene Py

Segolene Py

Salesperson and independent CuratorLondon, United Kingdom
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Segolene Py

Segolene Py

Salesperson and independent CuratorLondon, United Kingdom
About me
I am a bilingual art passionate with 4+ years experience in retail, galleries and museums in fast-paced environment in the UK. I have had numerous experiences in a variety of creative industries which made me highly adaptable individual and able to communicate with different kind of public and duties. Conscientious and hard-working, my main career goal is to join an art gallery and champion artists that I love.
  • After Isolation: A future imagined/predicted
    After Isolation: A future imagined/predictedAfter isolation will explore the theme of our life after the pandemic. Through different angles (mental health, social and environmental) we will study the capacity of human being to be adaptable and the possibilities of change that this situation has brought us, change we can bring to the world that needs so much of it. The exhibition will gather 9 women artists showing prints, photography, video, paintings and more. Join us at Bermondsey Project Space from 24th August to 28th August 2021. IG
  • Nature Encapsulated
    Nature EncapsulatedEveryone has a different view on wilderness and their own definition and relation to it. Nature Encapsulated aims to explores the difficulty of defining wilderness in our current world and our ways to live within it. We aim to bring an optimistic perspective on the preservation and utilisation of nature and hope to inspire and incite positiveness. The exhibition is a recognition of the crucial importance of wilderness left on earth; the power of nature on the mind and emotional reactions to it;
Projects credited in
  • After Isolation – Exhibition
    After Isolation – ExhibitionAfter Isolation is an exhibition gathering nine women artists from different mixed ethnicities dedicated to creating art under the theme of life after the pandemic. We designed an identity focused around the concept of 'New Beginnings'. In order to effectively portray this without using any artworks (as most were not made yet) we explored nature which was also a key theme in many of the artists proposals. We worked with a time lapse film of flowers blooming which we then blurred to abstraction
Work history
    Dulwich Picture Gallery logo
    Dulwich Picture Gallery logo
    Casual gallery assistantDulwich Picture Gallery
    London, United KingdomPart Time
    - Provide customer service to the highest standard: fulfill enquiries, address and resolve problems and complaints, - Proceed to environmental checks, - Cash handling and daily use of computerised tills, - Manual cashing up: great attention to details to keep good accuracy and notify any discrepancies, - Shop restock: receive and process deliveries, ensure excellent visual merchandising, - Invigilate: supervise behaviours of visitors and ensure rules are observed.
    Gallery assistant, Representative for Afriart Gallery1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
    - Logistics: research and contact framers, - Supervise the install of booth according to curatorial guidelines, - Receive visitors and inform about the gallery, the artworks and the artists exhibited and represented, - Compile, arrange booth, guest’s data and inquiries in a format that best informs the team in Kampala on a daily basis, - Handling sales of art in correspondence with team in Kampala, - Social media takeover of the Afriart Gallery account to market and promote Art Fair - Checking on artworks from other exhibition at Unit London and Christie's
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  • Organisation
  • Customer Services
  • Sales
  • Foreign Languages
  • Resilience
  • Adaptability
  • Positive Attitude
  • Teamworking
  • Approachable
  • Creative
  • Project Management
  • Communication
  • Computer Literacy
  • Social Media Management
  • Bilingual
  • French
  • English
    MasterUniversité de Lorraine
     - Nancy, France
    English Studies, Cultural Tourism and art history. Culture and Literature (travelogues); Tourism, national identities and marketing strategies ; E-tourism marketing challenges ; Art History (local heritage: Art Nouveau, study of Japonism, cathedral architecture, the cult of saints in Alsace and Lorraine in the medieval times) ; Tour guiding for diverse audiences ; Academic writing; Dissertation: The Evolution of Post Graffiti in the United States and England from the 1960s: a controversial movement.
    BAUniversity of South Wales
     - Pontypridd, United Kingdom
    English Studies, Cultural Tourism and art history. Modules included: Language awareness – Grammar ; History (Wales c. 1800-1914, Culture, Society and Popular Politics , and Crime, vice, and lowlife in the 19th century); Art : Art and its Histories (16th-19th centuries); Literature : Gothic Literature 1790-1900; Tourism: Contemporary Issues in Tourism
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