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Art galleries in UK: Tate Britain, Tate Modern, & . We aim to increase everyone's enjoyment and understanding of art.
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Tate 17h
★★★★★ Burne-Jones' 'whimsical world proves intoxicating' - The Telegraph Get lost in the dreamy world of Edward at Tate Britain. Exhibition closes 24 Feb:
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Tate 18h
: 'Trompe l'oeil' is a French phrase meaning ‘deceives the eye’, used to describe paintings that create the illusion of graspable objects or scenes 👀
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Tate 24h
Happy birthday to American photographer Cindy Sherman! 🎈📸 In this series on display , Sherman alters her appearance for each photo. ‘At that time I was interested in the use of make-up on a face as paint used on a blank canvas.’
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Tate Jan 18
'I'm trying to push the limit of art into feeling, more than seeing' - Experience a community-driven response to the global migration crisis with the artist's series of subtle interventions at Tate Modern In partnership with Hyundai Motor
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Tate Jan 18
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Tate Jan 18
Replying to @LindaOrtonNY
You're welcome! We're glad you enjoyed your trip. ☺️
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Tate Jan 18
We're excited for this month's Uniqlo ! Pop by Tate Modern on 25 January for tai chi in the Turbine Hall, a pop-up nail bar hosted by , ' Aphra Behn talking through her latest publication, PUSH/PUSHBACK, and more!
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Tate Jan 18
Replying to @dr_briony
Hi, yes! I've copied a link here for further information See you soon!
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Tate Jan 17
Pair your visit to The C C Land Exhibition: with a colourful set menu inspired by the artist's time spent in Paris. Head chef Jon Atashroo has used ingredients found in the artist's paintings while playing on his bold use of colour. 🍏🐟 ☕
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Tate Jan 17
South Korean artists Moon Kyungwon & Jeon Joonho use science fiction to investigate new possibilities in art and society. Their new film, Anomaly Strolls 2018, is currently showing at in the artists' first UK exhibition — not to be missed.
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Tate Jan 17
Replying to @merlinfulcher
Hi Merlin, Sorry to hear you were caught up in the evacuation. The building has re-opened now so I hope you didn't have to wait too long. If you'd like to send any feedback or have any questions please do not hesitate to email information@tate.org.uk. Many thanks
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Tate Jan 17
Replying to @rmholdsworth
Happy Birthday Rachel! I'm sorry to hear this. The building has re-opened now so I hope you'll be able to enjoy The Clock this afternoon. Please email information@tate.org.uk if you have any questions and have a good evening.
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Tate Jan 17
forecasts a cold week ahead! How are you keeping warm? Edward Bawden, Emma Nelson by the Fire 1987 🐈🔥
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Tate Jan 17
Join us for a conversation between political theorist Chantal Mouffe and artist Tania Bruguera as they discuss politics and artistic practices in this field. 19 February, 6.30-8pm:
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Tate Jan 16
Is there a painting that makes you want to paint? 🖌️🖌️🖌️ David Bomberg, Trees in Sun, Cyprus 1948, Tate collection
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Tate Jan 16
LAST CHANCE: Join Tate's conservation team on 21 January to learn about techniques used to protect some of the 20th century’s best-known artworks, including Roy Lichtenstein's Whaam! which was cleaned for the first time in 2017.
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Tate Jan 16
Is it time to stop working? Join psychoanalyst and literary theorist Josh Cohen for a conversation on art, blind busyness & the future of work. Book now for 5 Feb at Tate Britain:
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Tate Jan 15
How do you unwind? Leonid Pasternak, On the Sofa c.1916
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Tate Jan 15
The C C Land Exhibition: opens 23 January at Tate Modern. 🎨 Blind & partially sighted visitors are invited to join a free audio-described guided tour of the exhibition on 4 February. Sighted companions & guide dogs are welcome.
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Tate Jan 15
LAST CHANCE: Jesse Darling subverts the conventions of museum display in 'The Ballad of Saint Jerome' at Tate Britain. Their approach questions how we perceive objects and how meaning is assigned to artworks. See the exhibition free until 24 Feb:
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