Marlborough Chelsea Hires Associate Director Vera Neykov

Neykov. (Courtesy Linlee Allen)

Marlborough Chelsea announced today that it has hired Vera Neykov as its associate director under Director Pascal Spengemann, who came to the gallery in January.

Ms. Neykov co-curated the popular “Blind Cut” show at the gallery this past winter. Full release from Marlborough’s PR firm, Nadine Johnson, follows:

August 27, 2012 ─ Marlborough Chelsea announces the appointment of new Associate Director Vera Neykov. In January 2012, Neykov co-curated the highly regarded exhibition Blind Cut with Jonah Freeman at Marlborough Chelsea which included work by Fia Backström, Darren Bader, Anne Collier, Mark Flood, Claire Fontaine, Lothar Hempel and Adam McEwen.

Most recently, Neykov worked at L&M Arts, Los Angeles since their launch in 2010.

Neykov has previously worked at MC Los Angeles, Christian Haye and Michele Maccarone’s project space, 2007-2009 and Rivington Arms, New York, 2006-2007. She has written for publications such as Art in America, ArtSlant and Interview.

Neykov proudly joins Gallery Principal Max Levai, Pascal Spengemann, Director and James Cope, Director of Sales at Marlborough Chelsea in building the artist roster, developing the program and curating upcoming exhibitions. This fall Marlborough Chelsea kicks off the season with the highly anticipated exhibition of Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe, Stray Light Grey, opening September 13 from 6 PM – 10 PM, followed by an exhibition of artist Robert Lazzarini, November 2012.

Marlborough Chelsea Hires Associate Director Vera Neykov