Tate Britain fills curatorial gaps

New curators take the place of the three just gone

Tate Britain has appointed five curators and assistant curators, who will partly replace staff who have just left the gallery. They are Greg Sullivan and Ruth Kenny (both specialising in the period 1750 to 1830), Amy Concannon (1790-1850), and Carol Jacobi and Caroline Corbeau-Parsons (both 1850-1915). In a controversial reorganisation (The Art Newspaper, March, p20), three experienced curators have now left: Karen Hearn, Anne Lyles, and Ian Warrell.

Appeared in The Art Newspaper Archive, 237 July 2012