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Passionate about a cause? Want to make a difference? Get mobilised with gal-dem's steps to starting your own movement

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Five things to know: Amedeo Modigliani

Meet the Italian artist whose iconic portraits captured the face of early twentieth century Paris

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Music of Black Power

Tune in to songs about black empowerment chosen by Darcus Beese, President, Island Records

Artists In the Collection

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Howard Kanovitz

1929–2009
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James Ensor

1860–1949
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Art In The Collection

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Remembering Princess Zeid

We travel to Jordan to meet Fahrelnissa Zeid’s family and friends, and better understand the artist’s inspirations

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Queer Lives: Channel 4 Random Acts

Watch six films, each providing glimpses into the lived experience of six individuals

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Janet Cardiff

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

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Judy Chicago

An acclaimed pioneer of queer cinema, Hammer's films openly address lesbian life and sexuality

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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

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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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The Painter Princess

Learn out the life of Fahrelnissa Zeid – an aristocrat, princess and ground-breaking artist

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When Alberto Giacometti met Samuel Beckett

Explore the friendship between the artist and playwright and discover the impact they had on one another’s work

Article

Waiting for Tear Gas 1999–2000 by Allan Sekula

This In Focus considers the work as a radical form of portraiture and of street photography

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From the Freud Museum 1991–6 by Susan Hiller

Psychoanalytic ideas, ethnographic display and the artist’s free associations between physical remains, personal memories and historical events shape this in-depth ...