Globalisation has changed the ways in which art is produced, presented and collected, and the terms by which it is understood. New forms of cultural dialogue and international exchange are developing, involving artists, institutions and audiences, within and between cities, regions, and continents. Tate is developing collaborative programmes and initiatives with a range of partners, connecting our staff and collection to programmes, audiences, institutions and individuals in many different parts of the world.
Tate aims to:
- Engage audiences in art and dialogue through partnerships and projects, and by exploiting the potential of online content and participation through social media
- Reflect and contribute to new understandings of historic, modern and contemporary art – its contexts, trajectories and histories – through research, use of the collection, temporary exhibitions and public programmes
- Develop strategic partnerships with museums, galleries and art institutions for mutual benefit and exchange