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Job: Curator of Photography and International Art, Tate

Posted by Michelle Kasprzak • Saturday, May 17. 2008 • Category: Jobs & Opportunities
As an independent thinker and an experienced curator of photography and modern and contemporary international art, you’ll focus your creative energies on the acquisition and research of works for the Tate Collection. As well as researching and proposing acquisitions, this creative and challenging role will place you at the heart of our acquisitions strategy, championing photography and further developing its scope within Tate. You’ll collaborate with the Head of Collections (International art) to inform others of developments and events within modern and contemporary photography. You’ll also engage in scholarly debates and actively contribute to the conception of displays and exhibitions.

Required Skills:
Your degree/postgraduate degree in the history of art or photography (or a related field) will be complemented by demonstrable knowledge of – and practical involvement in – photography and modern and contemporary international art. You’ll also have an established (and enviable) network of contacts in the field of photography. It is also important that you have extensive experience of staging photography displays and exhibitions. The nature of the role will mean regular overseas travel and attending functions outside normal hours.

Application Instructions:
For further information and to download an application pack, please visit the Tate's website.
Salary: c. £35,000 p.a.
Closing date: 27 May 2008. Interviews: 9 June 2008.
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