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Webber London

Webber London
18 Newman Street,
London W1T 1PE

+44 (0)20 7439 0678

Webber Gallery
18 Newman Street,
London W1T 1PE

Webber New York

Webber New York
401 Broadway, Suite 411,
New York, NY 10013

+00 (1) 212 343 7491


Agency Intern (NYC)

Start Date: Immediate / Flexible


The successful applicant should have a passionate interest in photography/art. They should be highly organized, able to multi-task, and eager to learn the inner workings of a creative agency. The intern will work closely with both the office manager and the agents and should be prepared to assist with a variety of tasks: both creative and administration based.

Interns can expect to obtain skills in digital archive management, marketing research, and office administration. Interns will be provided with a small stipend and should be available 2–3 days per week for at least 3 months.

Candidates should supply a resume including relevant work experience, education, and skill sets. Candidates may include a cover letter detailing their interest in Webber Represents specifically, and what they hope to learn from working at Webber Represents. 



  • Update and manage the archive server and CMS
  • Research new markets, update and research client contacts
  • General office administration assistance
  • Update and manage agent iPads
  • Assist in the creation of PDFs and treatments
  • Assist with the maintenance and production of artist portfolio books


IT Skills (Essential):

  • Proficient in Mac operating systems
  • Microsoft Office Suite, especially Excel and Word
  • Adobe Creative Suite, especially InDesign, Photoshop, and Bridge

Daniel Shea Blisner, IL 14.11.14–15.03.15

Daniel Shea, Blisner, IL


Webber Gallery are delighted to announce the first UK solo exhibition from New York based photographer Daniel Shea. The exhibition will feature works from his much anticipated new monograph Blisner, IL published by Fourteen-Nineteen and follows on from Blisner, Ill. previously released in 2012.

The Blisner projects provide an account of what happened in and what remains of a single Rust Belt town during the process of deindustrialisation. The first book, Blisner Ill., begins with an early history of the discovery of bituminous coal in Southern Illinois, and moves through the last century of mine disasters and factory closures, ending with the fallout of deindustrialisation. Blisner represents a narrative that is both distantly dystopic and familiar to discourses on American industry and Main Street. The Blisner that exists today provides the surface that renders these histories photographically possible.

The follow up project, Blisner, IL, serves as a pseudo-sequel to Blisner, Ill., the change in post-code abbreviations significant in their repsective points on the chronology of the town. This new work frames its predecessor, Blisner, Ill., as a historical document from which to draw information at the present day site. It’s main focus is that of mid-sized cities in Southern Illinois and how they attempt to maintain the veneer of their once industrially-prosperous moment. The book establishes themes found in the regional picture book formula of understanding place through its history, industry and culture, often synonmyous terms.

Daniel Shea is an artist based in New York City working with photography and sculpture. He has been a resident artist at Light Work (Syracuse) and Columbia College Chicago’s Digital Artist-In-Residence program, where he published his first book. His second book, Blisner, IL, was published in London this year. He has recently exhibited work at the Museum of Contemporary Photography and is represented in the US by Andrew Rafacz Gallery. His editorial and commissioned work is represented through Webber Represents and has appeared in The New York Times Magazine, The Fader, Numero, and Fantastic Man, among others.