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Global expansion

Jan 28,2019
Hyundai Motor and Tate announced the launch of a new research center in the prestigious museum Friday that will focus on expanding its collections and programs to non-Western art, including those of Asia and Africa, at the Tate Modern, Tate Britain and its other branches.

The auto giant will fund the research center, entitled “Hyundai Tate Research Centre: Transnational,” through December 2024. From left,

Sook-Kyung Lee, senior curator, International Art, at Tate, who will lead the new center; Lionel Barber, chairman of the Board of Trustees at Tate; Anna Cutler, director of Learning and Research at Tate; Cho Won-hong, executive vice president of Hyundai Motor; Frances Morris, Director of Tate Modern; and Achim Borchardt-Hume, head of Exhibitions at Tate Modern. [© Matt Stokes for Miranda Parry Photography]