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Bravo's Gallery Girls is a docu-series that follows the lives of seven dynamic and ambitious young women in New York City who tackle the cutthroat environment of the art world while vying for their dream jobs. From gallery openings and art shows to the hottest events in the city, the women share a passion for art -- but are divided between their Manhattan and Brooklyn lifestyles with vastly different views and tastes towards fashion, art, and men. Attempting to juggle a chic and fabulous standard of living, the ladies tackle financial struggles, family issues, and the pressures of jump starting their lives in the city that never sleeps.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAll Tomorrow’s Parties||New York City is a place where people come to live their dreams and the seven "Gallery Girls" are no exception. These young women all share a passion for art -- but are divided by their Manhattan and Brooklyn lifestyles. Kerri Lisa lands an internship with Art Advisor Sharon Hurowitz, as Chantal Chadwick and Claudia Martinez Reardon prepare to open their own art gallery, End of Century. This puts the pressure on their friend Angela Pham who is anxious to spark a career in photography. Meanwhile, Maggie Schaffer meets with her former boss and art gallery owner Eli Klein and bumps into Liz Margulies who is currently interning at his space. Amy Poliakoff, who is also working for Sharon, goes to an after-party hosted by Eli and has too much to drink, making some of the ladies uncomfortable. Are these young women prepared for the demands of a career in the cutthroat art world?||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWhat Goes On||The morning after the End of Century Opening, Claudia arrives to find everything a complete mess and to make matters worse, Chantal shows up two hours late. Maggie returns to Eli’s gallery to complete her internship and he doesn’t waste any time with assigning her tedious tasks - forcing Liz to question why she puts up with him.||44:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWild Child||Chantal and Claudia put on a new show in hopes of selling some art to pay the bills. Amy and Kerri get invited by their boss Sharon to check out an art show, and the girls are given the task of picking out a piece of artwork - but whose taste will Sharon prefer? Liz meets her Dad for dinner, which brings up old wounds from the past. While out on the town, Maggie gets cornered into a heated discussion by Amy. Angela gets set up on a blind date - could this one be Mr. Right?||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoI'm Not Sorry||Kerri hosts a housewarming party and decides to invite the Gallery Girls. She tries to entertain the two groups and ease the tension between Amy and Liz. Shortly thereafter, Amy stops by Eli's gallery to persuade Liz to meet and resolve their issues. Angela gets frustrated with her friend Alex when he has trouble securing a location for her photo show. Maggie's boyfriend takes her out for her birthday, but will his beer-drinking buddies ruin the night?||44:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoI'm Set Free||Amy hosts a dinner party and invites all of the girls, however, the evening doesn't go quite as planned. To make some extra cash, Claudia and Chantal decide to throw an event with pop artist 'The Sucklord', but things get out of control at his show. Maggie heads home to visit her family who encourages her to quit Eli's gallery; does she have the courage to move on though?||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWho Loves the Sun||Amy faces a career setback and decides to offer her help to the EOC girls in planning a pop-up gallery at Art Basel in Miami, the year's biggest art convention. However, Chantal is not too keen on the idea. Liz invites only Maggie and Angela to her father's art warehouse, which doesn't stop Claudia and Chantal from showing up uninvited.||44:03||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBeginning to See the Light||After numerous awkward run-ins at Art Basel in Miami, Liz decides to confront Claudia and Chantal at her friend's nightclub. Maggie brings a rowdy crew to the club, which enrages Liz. Amy delivers on her promise to produce a pop-up gallery for Angela, Claudia and Chantal, but will anyone show up? Amy’s dad delivers some news that threatens her cushy lifestyle in New York.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWrap Your Trouble in Dreams||The 'Gallery Girls' are back in New York minus Chantal, who has skipped off to Paris with her boyfriend. This only adds to the tension, since Claudia is left to hold down the fort at EOC while unpaid bills continue to pile up. Maggie is over-confident that she has a new job, while Amy searches frantically before her two-week deadline runs out. In the meantime, Kerri struggles with deciding between her job and internship.||44:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
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What a ridiculous show. No it's not on the art world. It's just bout girls with aspirations of being unpaid gallery interns. And the show presents the NY art scene as if it consisted just of one gallery named "Eli Klein." He's a shallow schmuck and most of the girls don't fare much better. The worst o them all are the 2 blond Daddy's girls who are sponsored by their rich Dads and live a privileged lifestyle without having ever achieved something by themselves. Self important air heads. What's art got to do with it? Absolutely nothing. Better watch "work of art". Can't wait for season3.
The point of this show is not whether it represents any aspect of the gallery world in NYC. There are many different coexistent worlds and the Next Great Artist show is no better, even if it does have Jerry Saltz and legitimate artists appearing on it. It's about creating a dynamic among the characters, the blondes v. brunettes, spoiled brats v. working girls, the matronly v. the fashion forward, the clueless v. the less-clueless. In that vein, I can say I will enjoy this show!
this show makes me embarrassed to run an art gallery in new york.
that said, this show is definitely akin to a trainwreck. i'm sure i'll watch, mock bitterly, and continue to succeed in my own *real*, earned career.