• Auguste Rodin The Kiss 1901-4 being cased after loan to the Royal Academy

    Auguste Rodin The Kiss 1901-4 being cased after loan to the Royal Academy

Tate’s extensive programme of collection loans to other institutions supports its mission to increase the public’s knowledge, understanding and appreciation of art.

By lending artworks, Tate aims to:

  • increase public access to the collection and reach new audiences
  • contribute to distinctive exhibitions and public programmes in Britain and internationally
  • promote British art abroad
  • support artists
  • foster a spirit of collaboration and exchange between museums and galleries

Borrowing from the collection

 Loans to and from Tate are detailed in Tate Reports.