This premiere is a chance to view new work from some of the most intriguing artists working in performance, dance, and music now. This fresh and relevant material was performed live to camera in the empty tanks during lockdown. Join artists Thomas Heyes, Ekin Bernay and Rowdy SS with special guest Rebecca Bellantoni, as they respond through movement, sound and spoken word. Their rich multi-sensory responses encourage us to consider what it means to be human and resilient. Each artist explores ideas around identity, isolation, alienation, and human resilience amidst a pandemic. These themes thread through much of Bruce Nauman’s work yet take on deeper resonance and relevance at this moment in time. Learn more.
For LGBTIQA+ History Month in February 2021, Tate’s Queer and Now festival is crossing digital borders to bring queer artists, activists, collectives and communities together from around the world. The events will queer digital curation into a new formation of LGBTIQA+ cultural activism. It will be a chance to celebrate, explore and critique the place of art, museums and creativity in today’s queer culture – uncensored, live and as an international community. Learn more.
Tate is excited to introduce a new limited edition artwork by world-renowned artist Vivian Suter. Inspired by the tropical landscape of Guatemala where she lives and works, Suter’s abstract paintings reflect the color palette and organic shapes of nature. Her limited edition Tintin and Bonzo 2020 recreates one of her nature-inspired abstract paintings in the medium of silkscreen on Khadi cotton paper. Proceeds from the sale directly fund Tate’s activities, including the exhibition and education programs. Support Tate and start your own art collection today.
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The Tate Americas Foundation recently acquired Joan Snyder’s Dark Strokes Hope 1971 using endowment income with additional support from North American Acquisitions Committee member Komal Shah.
The Tate Americas Foundation recently acquired Alfredo Jaar September 11, 1973 (Coke) . This work was acquired by the Latin American Acquisitions Committee, further expanding Tate’s holdings of Jaar’s works.
Patricia Belli in Materials and Objects at Tate Modern
Made using pieces of clothing, Patricia Belli’s works carry memories of the body and identity. The works on display were acquired by Tate’s Latin American Acquisitions Committee. Learn more.
Tamara Henderson in Performer and Participant at Tate Modern
In this installation, Tamara Henderson studies dreams and states of consciousness to create striking forms across a variety of media. The works on display were acquired by Tate’s North American Acquisitions Committee. Learn more.