The following works have been acquired as gifts to the Tate Collection thanks to the £150,000 Outset/Frieze Art Fair Fund to benefit the Tate Collection. The Fund is organised by the Outset Contemporary Art Fund.
Pawel Althamer born 1967
Mixed media (including artworks by Wilhelm Sasnal, Monika Sosnowska, Jakub Julian Ziolkowski and Artur Zmijewski) Display dimensions variable from Foksal Gallery Foundation, Warsaw
Mauro Restiffe born 1970
Empossamento series (#1 - #11) 2003
Black and white photographs on paper
50 x 60 cm each
Edition of 6 plus 2 artist’s proofs
From Casa Triangulo, São Paulo
Andreas Slominski born 1959
Moulin Rouge 1998/2002
Wood, metal, tar
345 x 162 x 163 cm
from Galerie Neu, Berlin
Armando Andrade Tudela born 1975
Altered Houses 2006
Slide projection, 4 projectors, 2 screens Display dimensions variable Number 2 in an edition of 3 plus 1 artist’s proof from Carl Freedman, London
International curators Udo Kittelmann (Director, MMK: Museum für Moderne Kunst Frankfurt am Mann, Germany) and Lisette Lagnado (Curator
NeMe: 27 Bienal de São Paulo, Brazil) selected the works with Tate curators Ann Gallagher, Jessica Morgan and Frances Morris. The works will remain on display for the duration of the Fair and will be presented to the Tate Trustees in November
In 2003, Frieze and Tate collaborated to establish the first acquisitions fund connected to an art fair. The Outset Contemporary Art Fund brought together a group of London collectors who have since contributed in excess of £500,000 to enable Tate to annually acquire major new works fair by significant international artists. Since 2003 the Fund has enabled acquisitions of works by: Fikret Atay, Olafur Eliasson, Anri Sala and Yutaka Sone Gabriel Kuri, Simon Starling, Catherine Sullivan, Dan Perjovschi, Trisha Donnelly, Philippe Parreno, Bruno Serralongue, Rivane Neuenschwander / Cao Guimaraes, Christopher Williams, Thomas Hirschhorn, Anna Barriball, David Shrigley, Pawel Althamer, Martin Boyce, Jeremy Deller & Alan Kane, Jesper Just, Mark Leckey, Scott Myles, Frank Nitsche, Henrik Olesen, Roman Ondák, The Atlas Group/Walid Raad, Pae White, Stanley Brouwn, Alexandre da Cunha, David Lamelas, Zoe Leonard, Daria Martin, Matthew Monahan, Deimantas Narkevicius and Anri Sala.
Nicholas Serota, Director, Tate said: “Limited public funding for acquisitions makes the purchase of contemporary work increasingly challenging. We are particularly grateful to the continuing support of the Outset/Frieze Art Fair Fund which has enabled Tate to significantly extend its Collection of work by new and emerging artists.
Notes to Editor
Outset Contemporary Art Fund was founded in 2003 by Yana Peel and Candida Gertler as a philanthropic organisation dedicated to supporting new art. The charitable foundation focuses on bringing private funding from its supporters and trustees to public museums, galleries, and art projects. The fund uses its independent platform to give new audiences proximity to the visual arts, building long-lasting relationships within the international artistic community. The donors all have a particular interest in supporting the Tate’s acquisition of international contemporary art.
Outset gratefully acknowledges sponsorship for The Outset/Frieze Art Fair Fund to benefit the Tate Collection from Laurent-Perrier.