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Episode 14: New World Disorder with Tate’s Gregor Muir

Inside the studio—guest Gregor Muir with host Charlotte Burns. Photo credit: Jamie Govier

BY Charlotte Burns
executive editor of In Other Words

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“People really want to deal with the present, but it’s just extremely difficult to get a grasp of where we are now,” says Gregor Muir, Tate’s Director of Collection, International Art.

Grappling with issues of how to think internationally during a period of increasing nationalism, Muir talks about how (and where) he is looking to discover great art. This broad-ranging conversation covers topics ranging from the technological revolution to Muir’s own experiences moving between commercial galleries and museums; from changes in film and video art practice to the shifting dynamic between private and public art worlds.

“In Other Words” is a presentation of AAP and Sotheby’s, produced by

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