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Architecture | Tate Modern

The Tate Modern, the coolest art museum in the world.

History of Tate | Tate

Find out about the history of our four galleries and the people behind it

Tate Modern - London | Housed in a huge defunct power plant. It's free of charge and has marvelous (and not too expensive) museum stores to shop in.

Tate Modern London Visitor Information

Tate Modern is the national gallery of international modern and contemporary art from 1900 onwards.

Los museos de Europa que no puedes perderte | En la Maleta

Los museos de Europa que no puedes perderte | En la Maleta

Toda Europa es dueña de una cultura, historia y patrimonios históricos y culturales únicos y realmente extraordinarios, por no hablar de los arquitectónicos y

Tate Modern Project - Model for Extension | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Tate Modern Project - Model for Extension

Model of the new wing for Tate Modern, designed by Herzog & de Meuron (who also converted the original building). The extension will contain performance and exhibition space, as well as more galleries and social space.

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Tate on Instagram: “#WorkoftheWeek: Mary Martin, Perspex Group on Orange (B) 1969, on free display at Tate Modern. This is one of a series of five works that…”

Tate on Instagram: “#WorkoftheWeek: Mary Martin, Perspex Group on Orange (B) 1969, on free display at Tate Modern. This is one of a series of five works that…”

7,170 Likes, 42 Comments - Tate (@tate) on Instagram: “#WorkoftheWeek: Mary Martin, Perspex Group on Orange (B) 1969, on free display at Tate Modern.…”

"Artificial Sun" by Olafur Eliasson. Tate Modern, London.

Artificial Sun

This was an installation in the Tate Modern, London,a couple of years ago, by Olafur Eliasson . The image is several photos stitched together.

Pablo Picasso, ‘Bowl of Fruit, Violin and Bottle’ 1914

Cubism – Art Term | Tate

Tate glossary definition for cubism: A revolutionary new approach to representing reality in art invented by artists Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque in which the artists aimed to bring different views of their subjects together in the same picture

'Untitled', Mark Rothko | Tate

‘Untitled’, Mark Rothko, c.1950–2 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Untitled’, Mark Rothko, c.1950–2 on display at Tate St Ives. In his mature work, Rothko abandoned specific reference to nature in order to paint images with universal associations. By the late 1940s he had developed a style in which hazy, luminous rectangles float within a vertical format. Rothko wrote that the great artistic achievements of the past were pictures of the human figure alone in a moment of utter immobility. He sought to create his own version of this solitary…

Pablo Picasso (b. 1881). Bust of a Woman. 1944. Oil paint on canvas. 81 x 65 cm. Tate Modern, London.

‘Bust of a Woman’, Pablo Picasso, 1944 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Bust of a Woman’, Pablo Picasso, 1944 This is a portrait of the artist Dora Maar. Picasso painted it in May 1944, during the final weeks of the Nazi Occupation of Paris during World War II. Deprivation and tension were high in the city. Many people faced persecution for their religion, race, sexuality or disability. This led to imprisonment or death. Maar’s face is painted in black and white. This contrasts with the red and purple background, and the bright green of her…

Ana Mendieta - Untitled (Self-Portrait with Blood)

‘Untitled (Self-Portrait with Blood)’, Ana Mendieta, 1973 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Untitled (Self-Portrait with Blood)’, Ana Mendieta, 1973

Vanessa Bell, Abstract Painting, circa 1914

Lifestyle and Legacy of the Bloomsbury Group – Look Closer | Tate

Explore the creativity, achievements and important legacy of the Bloomsbury circle with this Tate Look Closer resource

Bart van der Leck, ‘Composition’ 1918

Neo-plasticism – Art Term | Tate

Tate glossary definition for neo-plasticism: Term adopted by the Dutch pioneer of abstract art, Piet Mondrian, for his own type of abstract painting which used only horizontal and vertical lines and primary colours

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Damien Hirst - "The Incomplete Truth" (2006) - “I want to make art, create objects that will have meaning for ever."

Damien Hirst - "The Incomplete Truth" (2006) - “I want to make art, create objects that will have meaning for ever."

Loewe x Anthea Hamilton On Tate Britain Commission 2018: The Squash - Fucking Young!

Loewe x Anthea Hamilton On Tate Britain Commission 2018: The Squash - Fucking Young!

Tate Britain unveils The Squash, an immersive installation combining performance and sculpture by 2016 Turner Prize nominee Anthea Hamilton. The artist has designed seven costumes in collaboration with LOEWE to be worn... »

David Hockney - Tate Britain Poster

David Hockney - Tate Britain Poster

Jacob and the Angel by Jacob Epstein. I saw it last year in the Foyer of the Tate Liverpool.

‘Jacob and the Angel’, Sir Jacob Epstein, 1940–1 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Jacob and the Angel’, Sir Jacob Epstein, 1940–1 on display at Tate Britain. Here Epstein depicts a passage from the Book of Genesis in the Bible. Jacob wrestles through the night with an unknown attacker, who eventually overpowers him. In the morning, he realises he has been fighting God and his own conscience. Epstein shows Jacob exhausted, being held up by an angel. The sculpture divided opinion when it was first exhibited. The Daily Mail newspaper asked: ‘Is this a…

Alexander Archipenko | Tate

Alexander Archipenko 1887–1964 | Tate

Artist page for Alexander Archipenko (1887–1964)

Jean Fautrier (1898–1964), Large Tragic Head/Grande tête tragique, 1942 | Tate

‘Large Tragic Head’, Jean Fautrier, 1942 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Large Tragic Head’, Jean Fautrier, 1942 on display at Tate St Ives. During the Second World War, Fautrier was associated with the French Resistance, and briefly imprisoned by the Gestapo. Large Tragic Head is one of over thirty paintings and sculptures that he made during the Occupation, and suggests the brutality of Nazi atrocities. Here the artist deliberately disfigured the face of the sculpture, clawing deep furrows into the wet clay. The expressive gesture is…

Sir Jacob Epstein ‘The Visitation’, 1926. In Tate Britain, London

‘The Visitation’, Sir Jacob Epstein, 1926 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘The Visitation’, Sir Jacob Epstein, 1926 This life-size figure was intended to be one of a pair, never completed, called 'The Visitation'. This was an event recorded in the Bible, where the Virgin Mary visits her cousin Elizabeth to share with her the news that she is to give birth to Jesus. Epstein described this figure as expressing ' a humility so profound as to shame the beholder who comes to my sculpture expecting rhetoric or splendour of gesture'. When he first…