New York, NY; Cataloger/Registrar, Institute for Studies on Latin American Art


The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA), located in New York City on the Upper East Side, is seeking a registrar/cataloguer to help organizing the library and art ephemera of the foundation. We are looking for someone who might be potentially enthusiastic in this type of work but also someone who is fluent in Spanish. Some previous experience with Art Systems or TMS is also crucial. Previous experience as registrar, in cataloging or in library organization is required also.
The job is for immediate hire. It is intended for the summer with the possibility of extending the contract, as well as possibilities for growth.

Please send your CV and cover letter to Mercedes Cohen if interested:

The Institute for Studies on Latin American Art (ISLAA) is an initiative devoted to the support of advanced research in the field of Latin American art studies. ISLAA plays an international role in fostering and promoting Latin American art research through distinguished grants, partnerships, and support of lectures, conferences and publications.
ISLAA is dedicated to advancing and nurturing Latin American art research and developing international networks for the exchange of ideas and resources. ISLAA concentrates on long-term capacity building strategies and programs that support future generations of scholars, art historians and museum professionals.

Only qualified candidates will be contacted. Absolutely no calls or walk-ins please.

ISLAA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

Please send your CV and cover letter to Mercedes Cohen if interested:


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