MUSEUM ACQUISITIONS | TATE, LONDON

SELECTIONS delves into the world of acquisitions, exploring what museums and galleries have been adding to their collections in the past five years as well as featuring images and summaries of works and artists.

REZA ARAMESH
Bio: Iranian, b. 1970
Title: Action 143-16, 2014
Medium: B&W print on fiber paper, Mounted on
archival board, and Framed in walnut wood
Size: 172.72 x 127 x 6.35 cm
Acquired by: Tate, London
Artist represented by: Leila Heller Gallery, Dubai
Acquisition date: 2019
 Reza Aramesh, Action 143-16, 2014. B&W print on fiber paper, Mounted on archival board, and Framed in walnut wood, 172.72 x 127 x 6.35 cm. Courtesy of Leila Heller Gallery

Reza Aramesh, Action 143-16, 2014. B&W print on fiber paper, Mounted on archival board, and Framed in walnut wood, 172.72 x 127 x 6.35 cm. Courtesy of Leila Heller Gallery
Courtesy of Leila Heller Gallery
Credit line: Collection – Tate

REZA ARAMESH
Bio: Iranian, b. 1970
Title: Action 39 – Fatah fighters surrender after the
Preventive Security Headquarters in Gaza City fell
to Hamas 15th June 2007, 2008
Medium: Photograph, gelatin silver print on paper
Size: 693 x 890 mm
Acquired by: Tate, London
Artist represented by Leila Heller Gallery, Dubai
Acquisition date: 2019
Reza Aramesh, Action 39 - Fatah fighters surrender after the Preventive Security Headquarters in Gaza City fell to Hamas 15th June 2007, 2008. Photograph, gelatin silver print on paper, 693 x 890 mm. Courtesy of Leila Heller Gallery
Reza Aramesh, Action 39 – Fatah fighters surrender after the Preventive Security Headquarters in Gaza City fell to Hamas 15th June 2007, 2008. Photograph, gelatin silver print on paper, 693 x 890 mm. Courtesy of Leila Heller Gallery
Courtesy of Leila Heller Gallery
Credit line: Collection – Tate

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