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The Institute for Artist Management is opening its first offices in New York with the appointment of Anne Bourgeois-Vignon as director of the agency.
Bourgeois-Vignon, who will officially join the Institute from 01 October, will help "expand the growth of [the agency's] commercial and cultural efforts."
Previously, Bourgeois-Vignon worked with Forward Publishing as a picture director. In that role, she "commissioned, directed and produced still and moving image work for a range of editorial and advertising clients."
In a statement, Frank Evers, CEO of Institute, comments: "We are very excited to bring Anne into the Institute family. We have always been committed to opening up a base of operation in New York, but needed to find the right person first. We are very lucky to have found Anne, whose professional and personal background is a perfect fit for Institute."
He adds: "While she is a huge fan of all of our artists and fiercely committed to the cultural and fine art side of photography, she has also demonstrated a real talent in developing and producing opportunities with commercial clients during her five years at Forward Publishing."
The Institute now has offices in Los Angeles, London and New York. It represents photographers Jodi Bieber, David Chancellor, Robert Clark, Rena Effendi, Lauren Greenfield, Guillaume Herbaut, Rob Hornstra, Nadav Kander, Wayne Lawrence, Jocelyn Lee, James Longley, Gerd Ludwig, Joshua Lutz, David Maisel, Richard Mosse, Zed Nelson, Matthew Niederhauser, Simon Norfolk, James Pomerantz and Paul Shambroom.
For more information, visit blog.instituteartistmanagement.com.
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