Tate today announced that it plans to reopen all four of its galleries on 27 July 2020. People will once again be able to visit the national collection of art on display at Tate Britain, Tate Modern, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives, featuring hundreds of artworks from across the centuries and around the world.
Free online tour of Andy Warhol at Tate Modern launches on 6 April, followed by Aubrey Beardsley at Tate Britain on 13 April.
Wooden dolls, a chair on a ceiling, a fountain, a funeral and an autopsy.
One would think we have seen all sides of Andy Warhol, his artistic legacy and cult of many personas having always lived in the limelight even long after his death. Nevertheless, Tate Modern’s large-scale exhibition approaches the artist’s robust oeuvre and iconic personality from a refreshingly intimate angle.
Tate Modern presents the first survey of Steve Mc Queen’s work in the UK for over 20 years, offering a timely moment to reflect on these themes. Featuring 14 major works spanning film, photography and sculpture
Lights, darkness, ghosts, robots and moonlight.
Fog, cultural destruction, the moon, butterflies and purple rage.
A library celebrating immigrants, modern slavery, soap reliefs, an archive, giant heads, equal pay for women and lots of lights.
Beautiful glass, good versus evil, swinging magnets, old school photography, secret rivers, female artists and a brightly coloured bird.
Pink columns, powerful words, auditory hallucinations, a feather, naked bodies, sharks and sunsets.
Tate Modern presents the UK’s first ever retrospective of the Russian avant-garde artist Natalia Goncharova
Tate Modern presents the UK’s first ever retrospective of the Russian avant-garde artist Natalia Goncharova. This exhibition is a sweeping survey of a pioneering and radical figure, celebrated during her lifetime as a leading modernist artist.
Creepy children, camouflage onesies, colour, birds, photography, motherhood and protest.
Here, from the Tate’s show ‘The Colour of Memory’, is everything you want in a Bonnard. ‘Young Women in the Garden’ (1921–3, reworked 1945–6) centres on his model and lover Renée Monchaty (1900-25), who committed suicide..