Zoe Paulsen named Sydney Contemporary Fair Director
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Zoe Paulsen named Sydney Contemporary Fair Director
Zoe Paulsen is an experienced arts professional with a demonstrated history of successfully delivering multiple contemporary art fairs in Australia.



SYDNEY.- Art Fairs Australia announced Zoe Paulsen as Fair Director for Sydney Contemporary.

Zoe Paulsen is an experienced arts professional with a demonstrated history of successfully delivering multiple contemporary art fairs in Australia, including The Other Art Fair (Sydney and Melbourne), Can’t Do Tomorrow (Australia’s largest street art festival, Melbourne), the Affordable Art Fair (Sydney) and the Incognito Art Show (Sydney).

“We are delighted to announce Zoe as Fair Director. I have known Zoe for a number of years and have always had huge respect for her professionalism and understanding of the Australian arts community. I’m confident future editions of Sydney Contemporary will continue to thrive under Zoe’s leadership and vision,” Sydney Contemporary Founder, Tim Etchells said.

“We believe Zoe will bring fresh ideas, strong partnerships, and enhanced opportunities for all participants. Her warm personality, strategic vision, and commitment to fostering creativity align seamlessly with our mission to promote and celebrate the best of contemporary art and in continuing to deliver our commitment to increase the number of interstate collectors visiting the Fair,” added Etchells.

Zoe Paulsen said this appointment represents an opportunity to lead Sydney Contemporary forward in a fresh and innovative direction.

“I am pleased to be working with a very experienced team who will no doubt continue to make their valuable contributions to all the components which make up the special character of Sydney Contemporary”.

Zoe’s role with Art Fairs Australia will start during the Fair week in September and she will be present at the Fair in an observing role. She will officially start at the beginning of October.

Zoe Paulsen is an experienced arts professional with a demonstrated history of successfully delivering multiple contemporary art fairs in Australia, including The Other Art Fair (Sydney and Melbourne), Can’t Do Tomorrow (Australia’s largest street art festival - Melbourne), the Affordable Art Fair (Sydney) and the Incognito Art Show (Sydney). Zoe has a Bachelor of Arts, Media and Communications from the UNSW and began her professional career as a TV Producer in the advertising industry. Zoe has been an MCA Next committee member since the group's inception in 2010. The program advocates for the institution, encouraging philanthropic engagement and support for the contemporary art sector. Zoe believes that a supported cultural sector is key to building a more resilient and well-rounded society. Motivated by the success of past creative endeavours, Zoe is excited to continue with her contribution to this all-important sector.










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