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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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‘Under this mask, another mask; I will never finish removing all these faces.’ - Claude Cahun Claude Cahun, I Extend My Arms 1931 or 1932, available to view in Tate Britain's Prints & Drawings Room.
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Tate 5h
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That’s one of our favourite cafe views too 😉😃
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'My feeling about science – in particular the physics of light and matter – was that it was pure poetry.' - Liliane Lijn See the rotating sculptures of kinetic art forerunner in the artist's free display at Tate Britain. Open today:
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Edouard Vuillard was born in 1868. 'Sunlit Interior' is a painting of the artist's mother in her bedroom at Vaucresson near Paris, where she spent the summers with her son. See the painting on display at in
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Tate Nov 11
'At the going down of the sun and in the morning, We will remember them.' - For the Fallen by Laurence Binyon Don McCullin, The Battlefields of the Somme, France 2000
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Tate Nov 10
Are you leaving time for contemplation this weekend? Edward Le Bas, Café Scene 1939, Tate collection
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Tate Nov 10
AUDIO DESCRIPTION: Join us for an audio described tour of this year's at Tate Britain, before the 2018 winner is announced in Dec. 19 Nov, 10.30am–12.15pm. No booking required:
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Tate Nov 10
🌊 🌊 🌊 Do you think this sculpture looks like a stone that has been smoothed down by the sea? This week unpack Barbara Hepworth's nature-inspired artworks:
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Tate Nov 10
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Tate Nov 9
We asked legendary fashion designer Sir Paul Smith to sum up five artworks that connect to his life & work. Check out his picks here: Richard Hamilton, Swingeing London 67 (f) 1968–9, on display at Tate Britain
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Tate Nov 9
A modern retelling of Edward ' King Cophetua and the Beggar Maid, exploring the theme of love transcending material wealth. Watch the full film:
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Tate Nov 9
is John Everett Millais' Hearts are Trumps 1872. The work was commissioned by art collector Walter Armstrong & features his three daughters. The card game, and the title of the work, hint at competition over who would marry first.
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Tate Nov 8
: Flâneur is a French term meaning ‘stroller’ or ‘loafer’ used by 19th c. French poet Charles Baudelaire to identify an observer of modern life.
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Tate Nov 8
A fascinating glimpse of Barbara Hepworth’s process ✏️ See the final painting on display :
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Tate Nov 8
Whether a three-course meal for the family, an end of year work party or post exhibition date, celebrate Christmas with a lunch party, work tipple or festive feast at Tate Modern. 🎄🎁❄️
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Tate Nov 8
Replying to @Luismafuen
Hi Luis, great to hear from you, and thanks for showing an interest in Tate. Please email information@tate.org.uk, and we can send you our guidelines for exhibition proposals.
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Tate Nov 8
: Feeling autumnal looking at Richard Smith's 'Painting' at Tate Britain. Its large canvas, bright colours and dynamic handling of paint make this painting difficult to miss.
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Tate Nov 7
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Tate Nov 7
produces art that is impossible to ignore, whether displayed on billboards, stone benches, T-shirts, disposable cups, or inside a gallery. Here are 5 ways the artist ensures that her art is displayed 'where people look':
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Tate Nov 7
Did you know we host monthly nights at Tate Modern? 🎤 Join us this Saturday for the next showdown — old school classics and craft beer on tap.
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