Tate Britain Partnership

By October 18, 2018Company News

Tuplin Fine Art are delighted to be Tate Britain’s chosen fine art logistics provider, supporting Tate’s contemporary Art Now exhibition program.

Focusing on new work by emerging artists, since the 1990s Art Now has recognised talent at its outset and provides a platform for artists who have gone on to become established figures in the British and international art scene.

Working with the Curators and Registrars at Tate Britain and within tight timeframes, Tuplin Fine Art are responsible for the collection, packing, crating and transportation of art works from the artists and lenders to the Tate, ensuring deadlines are met at all times.

Exhibitions so far this year by artists Lisa Brice and Jesse Darling have been received with interest and enthusiasm and we look forward to future Art Now artist announcements.

James Beatty

About James Beatty

James Beatty is our Director at Tuplin Fine Art and has been working in international logistics for over 25 years. Having always been interested in art, James took four years away from shipping to obtain his degree in Fine Art from the University of Westminster before returning to the world of transport in 2007 to concentrate solely on fine art logistics. James still enjoys visiting gallery shows whenever possible and he and his wife Diana also have their own exhibition space in East London where they host a wide variety of upcoming artists and exhibitions.