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Tate Britain

The home of British art from 1500 to the present day

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Tate Modern

International modern and contemporary art

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Tate Liverpool

British and international modern and contemporary art

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Tate St. Ives

Visit the iconic Tate St Ives gallery, situated overlooking the Atlantic Ocean

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Tate Exhibitions

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Exhibition

SARAH LUCAS: HAPPY GAS

Until January 14 2024

This exhibition presents Sarah Lucas' practice in all its diversity across sculpture, installation and photography, narrated in her voice, and looking well beyond the 1990s Young British Art world.

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Exhibition

PHILIP GUSTON

Until February 25 2024

For over 50 years, artist Philip Guston restlessly made paintings and drawings that captured the anxious and turbulent world he was witnessing.

Philip Guston is the first major retrospective on the artist in the UK in nearly 20 years.

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Exhibition

WOMEN IN REVOLT! ART AND ACTIVISM IN THE UK 1970-1990

Until April 7 2024

The first of its kind, this exhibition is a wide-ranging exploration of feminist art by over 100 women artists working in the UK. It shines a spotlight on how networks of women used radical ideas and rebellious methods to make an invaluable contribution to British culture. Their art helped fuel the women’s liberation movement during a period of significant social, economic and political change.

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Exhibition

CASABLANCA ART SCHOOL

Until January 14 2024

Tate St Ives will be the first museum in the UK to explore the intense period of artistic rebirth that followed Morocco’s independence, forged by the experimental teaching methods of the Casablanca Art School in the 1960s and 1970s.

Tate Americas Foundation News

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TATE AMERICAS FOUNDATION RELEASES DIGITAL ANNUAL REPORT

13 August 2023
We are delighted to share with you the Tate Americas Foundation Digital Annual Report for FY22/23. The report is available to view through the following link:  Tate Americas Foundation Digital Annual Report FY 22/23
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ON VIEW AT TATE

6 June 2023
Tate Britain Rehang – Opened to the public on May 24, 2023Tate Britain has completed a rehang of the world’s greatest collection of British art; the first time in ten years that the gallery’s free displays have been presented anew. Visitors can now discover over 800 works by over 350 artists spanning six centuries. Much-loved […]
Events

LATIN AMERICAN ACQUISITIONS COMMITTEE RESEARCH TRIP TO MEXICO CITY AND MERIDA

6 June 2023
The Latin American Acquisitions Committee research trip, led by Tobias Ostrander, Estrellita B. Brodsky Curator-at-Large, Latin American Art at Tate, explored Mexico City’s vibrant contemporary art scene, with visits to the studios of Mexican artists Abraham Cruzvillegas, Tania Candiani, Pedro Reyes, Carlos Amorales, Fernando Palma Rodriquez, various private art collections, and key galleries and arts institutions […]
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NORTH AMERICAN ACQUISITIONS COMMITTEE RESEARCH TRIP TO AMERICAN SOUTH

6 June 2023
The North American Acquisitions Committee research trip explored the American South with visits throughout Atlanta, Montgomery, Birmingham and surrounding areas, such as the Gee’s Bend Quilt Community in Boykin, Bryan Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative Museum and Memorial in Montgomery, Black American Portraits touring exhibition at Spelman College Museum of Fine Art, the new UTA Artists Space in Atlanta, […]
Past Events

TATE AMERICAS FOUNDATION ACTIVITIES

14 December 2022
Tate Americas Foundation Artists Dinner The 2022 Tate Americas Foundation Artists Dinner was a celebration of 20 years of the North American Acquisitions Committee and the Latin American Acquisitions Committee and the incredible artists whose work has entered the Collection in that time. During the past twenty years, these Committees have transformed Tate’s collection through pioneering and […]