Gregor Muir is the New Tate’s Director of Collection, International Art

Words by My Art Guides Editorial Team
June 10, 2016

Gregor Muir, executive director of London’s Institute of Contemporary Art, has been named the Director of Collection, International Art, at Tate, London. He succeeds Frances Morris, who was appointed director of Tate Modern in January after nearly a decade in the post. Muir moves into his new office in January.

In this senior role, Gregor will lead the development of Tate’s collection of international art and supervise the international acquisitions’ strategy as well as research and advisory roles associated with the international art collection. He will also nurture and expand the Tate’s existing international networks including the established acquisitions committees, Tate Americas Foundation and the International Council. Gregor takes up his new post in January 2017.

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