Tag: Career

Charity Thief, 100 Jobs, Career Offender, Art Events: Nearby News

Deputy Hit By SUV, Suspects Lead High-Speed Chase On I75: SheriffBurglar Used Rocks To Break Into Bradenton Businesses: SheriffPolice Flag 280 Career Offenders For Unconfirmed AddressesSprouts Fresh Market Bringing 100 Positions To Brandon Sprouts Farmers Market's new Brandon location is hiring for 100 positions in preparation for its September grand opening. The store is hosting a virtual event July 21 and July 22 for ...

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Robert Mnuchin’s Legendary Career – ARTnews.com

Not many leaders, no matter how well-known and well-respected among their peers they are, have two long and successful careers in separate fields. Robert Mnuchin, who was a partner at Goldman Sachs and a member of its management committee for more than 30 years when the investment bank was still a private partnership, spoke about his second 30-year career as an art dealer during ...

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Artnet Talks: How to Build a New Art-World Career When All The Rules Are Changing

Artnet Talks is a series of live conversations between artists, curators, gallerists, and arts professionals that brings an in-depth dimension to our usual coverage of the art world’s biggest stories. A conversation between: Studio Burns founder Charlotte Burns, Patron Gallery cofounder Julia Fishbach, Christie’s advisor Julien Pradels, and investor Devang Thakkar, moderated by Artnet News senior market reporter Eileen Kinsella When: Wednesday, March 24, 12 ...

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Hiding Hunter Biden laying low in LA, starting art career with shady dealer

As federal prosecutors continue their criminal probes into Hunter Biden’s taxes and international business dealings, the President’s son — shuttling between Washington DC and a sprawling Hollywood Hills home — is lying low, consulting with lawyers and focusing on his new career in art.Biden, who turns 51 next week, is prepping a solo show with Soho art dealer Georges Berges, who currently represents Sylvester ...

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Michael Craig-Martin on How Al Held Changed His Career – ARTnews.com

I was in London during the summer of 1963, the year before starting my M.F.A. course in Fine Art at Yale. Culturally everything American was admired, envied, desired, nowhere more so than in Britain. Music, cloths, movies, food, lifestyle—and art. The youthful President Kennedy was seen to embody American energy, innovation, optimism and promise. No one imagined he would be assassinated a few months ...

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