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Tiffany Apostolou

Tiffany Apostolou

Graduate Assistant Cataloguer & Editor

Department of Art History, NYU

New York, NY

As an Art and Architectural historian, museums are my second habitat. What motivates me is meeting new artists, creating exhibitions and articles, and learning new things every day.




"Work is love made visible." -Khalil Gibran
My dream job is one where I can contribute my skills, knowledge, and creativity for the benefit of art and culture, while continuously learning. It is a position within a gallery, museum or non-profit institution that would allow me to be part of a team of many diverse, talented and driven professionals working for the preservation, disseminatio...

NYU Department of Art History

Graduate Assistant, Editor, and Cataloger

I collect, organize and put together lists and academic material for the Grey Fine Arts Department, and catalogue any new additions to its collection.
The latest project I took part in was the creation of a Contemporary Art Book collection with Prof. Pepe Karmel and Audrey Christensen-Tsai.

NYU - Institute of Fine Arts

Student Representative for Byzantine Studies

As a Student Representative for Byzantine Studies, I am a volunteer for the Graduate Students Association within which I also hold Social Chair. I am in charge of disseminating information regarding Late Antique & Byzantine Studies as well as recent articles, events and conferences. I liaise between the group and professors who want to share work or organize lectures.

Gagosian Gallery

Research Assistant

I research contemporary works in the secondary art market.

Hawthorne Fine Art

Gallery, Editorial and Research Assistant

At Hawthorne Fine Art, alongside providing administrative support to the gallery, I edit the blog where content regarding 19th-century art is posted on a regular basis. I also assist with research projects as the gallery has a deeply academic approach to the works and artists they represent.

Institute of Fine Arts, NYU

Research Assistant

I work as a Research Assistant for an art history Professor and Curator of Late Antique art.

The Drawing Center

Curatorial & Communications Intern

In Curatorial I assisted the head Curator and Curatorial Assistant with various projects and especially the Sol Lewitt exhibition . In Communications, I assisted the Director with email production, social media, blog posts, and photography. This internship allowed me to combine my art history studies, architectural degree, and experience in writing all in one.

Institute of Fine Arts, NYU

Research Assistant

I assist a Professor and Curator of Late Antique art with academic and professional research.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Graphic Design Intern & Social Media Consulting

My internship at the Met quickly escalated from photo editing and website maintenance, to email design and web page design, now on view. It was a fascinating process working and learning with so many people and different museum professions.

As of March 2014 I became a social media consultant as well for the Met Store's Pinterest page tripling their followers within 6 months.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

"Observant Eye" Research & Education Intern

This was an internship within my internship and an opportunity to be trained and immersed in the process of gallery education and museum object research. Our lecture was attended by a non-profit organization for young adults and was so successful it was later, repeated.

Topos Designs Inc.

Architectural Designer & Administrative Assistant

I was administrative and architectural assistant: as client liaison and architectural drawing production my duties grew when I held the office while the architect travelled.


Graphic Artist & Photo Editor

Creation of visuals for possible art installations for artist Margery Harter in SoHo. I was hired due to my experience in both art theory and design.

Illustration of children's stories for independent author in Thessalonika, Greece Katerina Spanopoulou.

Children's room murals (including nurseries, playrooms and bedrooms).

Stavros Diacumis

Editor & Exhibition Design Assistant

Initially editor for artist, Stavros Diacumis' exhibition catalogues and papers. Later, promoted to exhibition design assistant where my architectural skills and art history knowledge combined to assist and consult for the installation of his pieces in various gallery spaces.

Naussika Tsima

Translator & Editor

Translator and editor for musicologist, Prof. Naussika Tsima (from Greek to English). Projects included presentation papers, articles and other professional documents.

Archaeological Dept of Classic and Byzantine Antiquities, Kalamata

Volunteer Topographical Designer

Group project included researching the department's files and books for old designs of the hill of Divari, Messinia, and mapping and re-edited in CAD the old designs for the hill. This was part of my final thesis project which was done with team partner Vassiliki Renta.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Museum Seminar

While an intern at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, I took part in a Museum Seminar teaching about the various professions in the field of art history and museum practices. I became immersed in curatorial and communications practices, as well as those of art historical research, writing and publication.

University of Pennsylvania

Online Seminar - Coursera, Greek and Roman Mythology

An intensive course on Ancient Greek and Roman Mythology online via University of Pennsylvania. This course helped enrich my research on the idea of divinity, nature and immateriality expressed in physical space (temples).

University of Patras - Department of Architecture

Masters, Architecture & Art and Architectural Theory

My undergraduate studies were completed in the Polytechneio's Department of Architecture in Patras, Greece. It was a 5-year program ending in two thesis projects: one theoretical/historical and one in design. The final degree earned is the equivalent of an MA.
My focus was on the idea of immateriality in constructed space: nature vs digital.