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Art galleries in UK: Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Tate Liverpool & Tate St Ives. We aim to increase everyone's enjoyment and understanding of art.
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The world premiere of The Head & the Load, conceived by William Kentridge, comes to Tate Modern's Turbine Hall, 11-15 July. This new work commemorates the significant contribution of African men & women in WWI. Book tickets here:
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Rest in love, Robert Indiana. 1928-2018. One of Indiana’s LOVE sculptures will be on display at Tate Modern from the beginning of June. Photo by
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Tate 20h
Replying to @northfieldjun
See you soon! 🐻
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Tate 22h
Replying to @TansyHoskins
Hi Tansy, we class this as a display rather than as an exhibition, so at the moment it is included in our gallery floor plans. We also make recommendations where possible and when asked, so it's great to hear your feedback so we can be sure to send other visitors that way.
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Tate May 22
is Dame Elisabeth Frink's Calypso 1973-4. In Greek mythology Calypso enchanted Odysseus with her singing and prevented him from returning home for a number of years.
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Tate May 21
Explore 5 decades of 's film & video work in a weekend-long retrospective, kicking off with a screening of her films exploring landscapes Joan Jonas, Waltz 2003, video still
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Tate May 21
Replying to @fazan747 @JasCochran
Hi Fazen. This was painted 1885–6. Here's a link to the web page for more information:
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Tate Kids May 21
Planning to visit at Tate Britain? From bottoms to designer vegetables, find out more about the artist and their work here:
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Tate May 20
What role does art play in tackling inequalities? Join our afternoon workshop on 20 June for presentations by artists, activists & academics: Guerrilla Girls, Guerrilla Girls’ Pop Quiz 1990, Tate collection
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Tate May 20
: The 'Kitchen Sink painters' are a group of British artists in the 1950s who painted ordinary people in scenes of everyday life Peter Coker, Table and Chair 1955, Tate collection
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Tate May 20
: Henry Moore, The Artist’s Hand I 1979. 'Hands can convey so much, they can beg or refuse, take or give, be open or clenched, show content or anxiety' - Henry Moore
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Tate May 19
To coincide with , join us for an informal roundtable discussion on art, resilience & care: Paul Nash, Totes Meer (Dead Sea) 1940–1, Tate collection
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Tate May 19
NOW OPEN: Witness the full evolution of 's vibrant abstract paintings in a major retrospective at Patrick Heron, Azalea Garden 1956, Tate collection
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Tate May 18
Join us on 24 May as West by Three take over the taps at Tate Modern, pairing a special edition brew with Paxton & Whitfield's Welsh artisan cheeses. Booking here: 🧀🍺☀️ Walter Richard Sickert, Roquefort c.1919–20
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Tate May 18
At this month's Uniqlo , discover Jean Painleve's dreamy underwater films that reveal the wonders of the natural world in intricate detail. Films are free & will be screened on a loop all evening. 🐙🐙🐙
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Tate May 18
I believe experts have identified it as Tower 42 in the early days of construction 😉
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Tate May 18
Replying to @suz74
Hi Suzanne. Really glad you enjoyed it; it's been my favourite too. Steve
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Tate May 18
Replying to @Hot_Diggity_D
Apology accepted 😉 the lack of seating has to do with being quite a small room at a heavy traffic area of the building. You are welcome to use one of our stools, found at the concourse by the escalators or sit in the Rothko room and look across lovingly at Mr Monet's handiwork.
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Tate May 18
What makes us human? Join us on 2 June to explore the experience & representation of anxiety within the visual arts. Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Coterie Of Questions 2015, Private collection
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Tate May 17
TALK: Join American artists Glenn Ligon & Gregg Bordowitzv on 29 May for a discussion on representation, race and gender, followed by Q&A and book signing: Glenn Ligon, Condition Report 2000 © Glenn Ligon
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