Publicity Manager

75 Broad St., Suite 630, New York, NY, United States, 10004

Position: Full-Time

The Publicity Manager works with the sales and marketing staff and also liaises with the publicity and communications departments of client distribution imprints, including major museums, galleries, and international arts publishers. This is a high-visibility position at the intersection of the publishing and art worlds.

Key Responsibilities

• Maintain and develop strong, creative, long-term relationships with the most influential figures in print, web, broadcast and social media for illustrated books on art, photography, architecture, design, and visual culture;

• Develop and execute publicity campaigns for lead titles, securing well-timed print, web, broadcast, and social media coverage through feature stories, image slideshows, artist interviews, profiles, book reviews, and gift and "best-of" round-ups;

• Liaise with and collaboratively support the press outreach of D.A.P.'s client publishers including major museums, galleries, international publishers, and small presses;

• Contract and manage freelance publicists for selected titles;

• Maintain and develop V.I.P. and invitation lists and publicize book signings, artist's events, panel discussions press preview, art fair events, book fair parties, and annual conference tie-in events;

• Supervise one direct report and manage freelancers and well-developed, vibrant press internship program in maintaining database logs of media lists, press activity, and review coverage; mailing review copies; and managing reproduction images;


• Excellent media contacts with strong relationships in the arts and visual culture, with a documented track record of major media placements;

• Knowledge of and passion for contemporary art, architecture, design, and photography;

• Engaging interpersonal style and ability to communicate comfortably with both media and art world figures;

• Superior organization, follow-through and multi-tasking talent evidenced by experience successfully managing multiple projects and responsibilities simultaneously;

• Technical mastery of efficient Excel, web, social media, database, and email skills;

The ideal candidate enjoys thinking and creating with both the left and right sides of their brain, is passionate about the changing media landscape, thrives as part of a team, believes the book is a remarkable and lasting part of culture, and is profoundly moved by originality in the visual arts.


Applicants may apply by emailing a letter of interest and resume to Sharon Helgason Gallagher, at with “D.A.P. Executive Publicist Application” in the subject line.

ARTBOOK | D.A.P. is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants receive consideration without regard to race, age, ethnicity, religion, gender, national origin, disability or any other basis prohibited by law

Competitive salary, benefits, 401K.

About ARTBOOK | D.A.P.:

Founded in 1990 and located in downtown New York, ARTBOOK | D.A.P. is the world's foremost distributor of books on art, architecture, design and photography, representing books published by major museums, independent publishers, and international imprints. For more information, please visit our website at

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