Valentine Comar

Gallery, Event and Curator Assistant


About me


Since I Graduated from Goldsmiths University with a 2:1 honours degree in History of Art, I have worked between restaurants and galleries. Working within those fast-paced environments have enabled me to work easily under-pressure and develop skills such as: • Communication • Customer service • Events and project management • Organisational and Time management skills • Planning and coordination • Problem solving • Research, analyse and writing I am currently looking to take another leap in the art world.



  • Visual Arts
  • Art Photography
  • Exhibition
  • Creative
  • Project Management
  • Coordination
  • Event Planning
  • Office

Work history


Assistant Curator


Dec 2014 - Jul 2015
  • Paris, France
  • Full Time
  • Sylvestre Verger's Assistant for SVO ART exhibition with SNCF "Art Liberté" : du Mur de Berlin au Street Art (from Berlin Wall to Street Art) Gare de l'Est, Paris 10e 15 April - 8 July 2015 • Production and coordination of the exhibition “Art Liberté: From Berlin Wall to Street Art” at Gare de l’Est in collaboration with SNCF (French National Railways) • Artist' selection • Planning and management of artists’ trips • Implementation, logistics and setting up of the exhibition • Preparation and coordination of catalogue making, research and writing • Management of gift shop Art Liberté |


Personal Assistant

Hoxton Gallery

Nov 2013 - May 2014
  • London, UK
  • Full Time
  • Film screening of 'PARTIR TO LIVE' directed by Domingo García-Huidobro with live performance by Jozef Van Wissem, February 17th 2014 NERO, A collaborative show between Millo and Benjamin Murphy, 16-30 December 2013 (extended until January 19th) • Production and coordination of exhibitions, events and screenings • Planning and administrative management • Consulting and sales • Day to day gallery work Hoxton Gallery | Twitter @HoxtonGallery |



Bachelor of Arts: History of Art

Goldsmiths University

Oct 2011 - Sep 2014
  • London, UK
  • History of Art at Goldsmiths university is centred on the thoughts behind art, how philosophy, psychology and sociology are intertwined and represented in art - or on a broader scale in visual culture.  This course opens a new way of thinking and helps to develop a work rigor as most projects and essays are to organise and produce on our owns.