Reader Competition: Migrations

Keith Piper Go West Young Man 1987 Tate © Keith Piper Don’t miss your last chance to see the Migrations Journeys into British Art exhibition on now at Tate Britain until 12 Aug. This exhibition explores how centuries of foreign influence have helped shape the face of British art. Featuring a range of artwork from […]

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Artist Opportunity: Call out for proposals

East Tank 2011© Peter Saville, Hayes Davidson, Herzog and de Meuron A free and open invitation for anyone to write a proposal for an ‘activity’ for the Tanks Summer School, Schools and Learning, Tate Modern Details here:fiveyears.org.uk/ About Set against the extraordinary backdrop of these cavernous spaces and led by artist run gallery ‘Five Years’, […]

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Exhibition Explores the Themes of Disruption and Discontinuity within Processes

Anna Barham, Replanted images 2008. Courtesy of the artist. Copyright: the artist Stutter, the latest exhibition in Tate Modern’s Level 2 programme, explores the themes of disruption and discontinuity within processes of thought and language. The group show features works by international contemporary artists Sven Augustijnen, Anna Barham, Dominique Petitgand, Michael Riedel, Will Stuart and […]

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Tate art made available on iTunes

The Tate galleries have made hundreds of video and audio downloads available for free on iTunes. More than 400 files are now on iTunes U – a section of the online store which features educational content. Projects include a series of films that use social networking site Twitter to bring the audience’s questions directly to […]

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