William Dyce, 'Pegwell Bay, Kent - a Recollection of October 5th 1858' ?1858-60

Tate holds the national collection of British art from 1500 to the present day and international modern and contemporary art

Our projects

Tate projects range from major gallery developments to innovative research and conservation work

Who we are

Tate’s Board of Trustees, organisation structure, funding, history and policies

Tate Report 2014–2015

The Tate Report 2014–2015 includes full details of acquisitions and loans to the collection, and also Tate Archive accessions. A large text version (without these appendices) is also available to download

Tate's charitable status

Tate is a charity. This allows us to raise funds from sponsorship, donations and legacies

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Tate runs publishing,  image licensing, corporate entertaining and other enterprises that help fund our activities

Working at Tate

See current vacancies and learn about our working culture, internships and volunteering

Our work

Tate’s work ranges from conservation and research to learning and media

History of Tate

Tate first opened its doors to the public in 1897. Today it has four major sites and 70,000 artworks