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Curator, International Art

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   Location: London
   Salary: £36,106
Experience: Mid-Senior Level
  Organisation: Tate
Deadline: 19/01/2020

This post offers an opportunity to help Tate to fulfil its ambition of rethinking the history of modern and contemporary art through the presentation and integration of film and time-based media in exhibitions, collection displays and in the Starr Cinema, corresponding to the museum’s wider strategy and ambitions as well as contributing and supporting the strategy for representing film and time-based media in the Collection.

You will be involved in everything from leading the film programme, contributing to exhibitions and displays in relation to film and international art as well as being a central figure in the acquisitions of film, video and other audio/visual material. You will also support the senior management team and contribute to the overall vision of Tate.

We need an experienced curator or specialist with expert knowledge in international art and an interest in the medium of film and time-based media, with extensive experience of devising and delivering exhibitions or projects with imagination and distinction, demonstrating a high level of knowledge and understanding of issues surrounding the presentation of art within a global museum context. You will possess an established network of contacts in the field and be a first-class communicator who can write for a variety of audiences.

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