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Q&A with Aleksandra Mir

Five questions with the artist about her Space Tapestry

Tate Kids Top 5

Top 5 Animals

From playful penguins to a powerful polar bear, check out our wildest wildlife!

Solange Knowles Ferguson on Black identity

The American singer-songwriter explores Black womanhood, inspired by the artwork of Betye Saar

Artists In the Collection


Euan Uglow


Art In The Collection


George Frederic Watts and assistants Hope


Ana Lupas The Solemn Process

1964–2008 (1964–74/76; 1980–5; 1985–2008)


Simeon Barclay | TateShots

Simeon Barclay's work explores how we shape and define our identity within cultural settings


Janet Cardiff

Cardiff is a Canadian artist who works chiefly with sound and sound installations; especially a form she calls audio walks


A Diamond in A Box by Andy Mundy-Castle

Abstract painter William T Williams gives a sneak-peak into his Manhattan and Connecticut studios


Judy Chicago

Hear Chiacago speak on her journey to create a place for female-centred imagery

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Tate Collectives: Showcase

Create a portfolio, share your work and be inspired by others

The Black Flamingo Zine

View a selection of writing and art submissions exploring identity, especially that of LGBT+ and BAME individuals

Tate Kids: My Gallery

Show the world your artwork

Talking Point

Can art change society?

Can art influence the way we think and act as individuals, and as a society? How do artists make and ...

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Interview: Shigeo Anzaï and Lena Fritsch

This is an English translation of an interview with the photographer Shigeo Anzaï, carried out by Lena Fritsch (Tate Modern ...

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Alistair Hudson on art for social change

It is time to rethink traditional orthodoxies of art, says Alistair Hudson, and embrace the idea that it should reflect ...

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David Hockney’s Early Etchings: Going Transatlantic and Being British

David Hockney’s early autobiographical prints, My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean 1961 and the series A Rake’s Progress ...

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In bed with Donald Judd

The first piece of furniture Donald Judd made was his bed on the fifth floor of the large cast-iron building ...