Achim Borchardt-Hume (Germany) is a German art curator. He currently is the Director of Exhibitions at Tate. Previously, Borchardt-Hume was a Curator of Modern and Contemporary art at Tate Modern from 2005-2009 where he curated several exhibitions including Rothko (2008) and Albers and Moholy-Nagy (2006). Prior to this, he also held the position of Exhibition Organizer at the Serpentine Gallery and of Acting Head of the Barbican Art Gallery. In 2012, Borchardt-Hume organized Gerhard Richter’s first exhibition in Lebanon at the Beirut Art Center. German-born Borchardt-Hume holds a Ph.D in Art History and Theory from Essex University on art and politics in Fascist Italy.
Achim Borchard-Hume contributes to The 21st Century Museum: A Place Where Cultures Meet – June 1st, 17:00 at Bellevue – Grote Zaal