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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 (London & 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

Theo Simpson The Land of the Day Before 23.01–05.03.17

Theo  Simpson, The Land of the Day Before


Simpson’s collective works reflect on mythical themes relating to landscape and industrial heritage, probing the instability of the post-industrial landscape and its cultural and physical borders. Through the examination of materials, ruins, objects and experiences encountered and created, this practice confronts the diverse language of visual material from a variety of sources and points in time. The inherent power of this material to mould history, distort memories, and to create and manipulate meaning is explored, acting as a starting point for new thinking and possibilities.

The visual syntax of source material informs the method in which his photographic and structural works are re-imagined and presented within the complex and scarred topography of the post-industrial stage. Simpson uses structures to demonstrate the physical properties of the metals they are shaped from and the processes implicit in their manufacture and functionality. The structural form invites a holistic re-examination and re-presentation of their repetitive surfaces, materiality, and the landscapes they speculate upon, adopting an alternative language of tectonics and architecture; man’s inclination to build and to destroy.

This meticulously presented collection of visual material, objects, symbols and structural works are brought together in unlikely combinations, forming a transitory fixing where a potential dialogue can begin.