Monday 27 January 2020, 4.30PM
Speaker(s): Frances Morris Tate Modern
Over the last ten years Tate’s International Collection has grown from one reflective of Western European and North American art history to one which embraces narratives from across the world. This talk will explore how curatorial and art historical research has enabled this transformation and how it continues to underpin the acquisition and display of the collection and the exhibitions that form part of an integrated programme at Tate Modern. Research at Tate is essentially practice-led and public-facing, intended to contribute to the scholarly community outside the museum, but to have tangible outcomes in terms of programmes and to enrich the knowledge and experience of the public.
Image credit: Hugo Glendinning 2016.
Location: BS/005 Bowland Auditorium
Admission: Please note this event will be ticketed; to reserve your free place please use the link provided.