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Title

Tate Event

Description

The project, which can only be reconstructed today through a series of e-mails preserved inside the archive of Giancarlo Norese, consists of a proposal for an event at the Tate Modern in London andstarted from an invitation sent by the curator of the events section of the museum, which opened the previous year. The project should have initially taken place in June 2001 and initiaaly consisted in two days dedicated to the creation of relationships between spaces, artist-run and independent ventures, at an international level, through a convivial moment that should also have included the sharing of food, as well as content, publications and projects. Subsequently reduced to a single day, it is not finally realized because the responsible curator finds a lack of focus in the project.
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Creator

Oreste

Date

2001

Contributor

Scotti, Marco

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Language

Italian
English

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Rights Holder

Oreste
MoRE Museum

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Citation

Oreste, “Tate Event,” MoRE, accessed March 24, 2019, http://www.moremuseum.org/omeka/items/show/143.

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