Allen David, Green Exploding Sun 1970 Roland Vivian Pitchforth, Floods c.1935What do you think has been the most popular content in Tate’s collection online in 2013? How much do you remember of what has been going on at Tate this year? Which artwork was the most visited on the website in 2013? Weeping Woman by Pablo Picasso Fountain by Marcel Duchamp Whaam! by Roy Lichtenstein J.M.W Turner is one of the most popular artists in the collection, but the Paul Klee and Roy Lichtenstein exhibitions have both attracted lots of visitors to Tate Modern this year...which artist do you think pulled in the most online crowds? J.M.W. Turner Roy Lichtenstein Paul Klee Christmas is a time when many of us are lucky enough to be surrounded by tempting goodies – whether cake, nibbles or a roast dinner tickle your taste buds, what food do you think tempted the most searches on the website this year? Fruit Cake Meat Fast food Are you going anywhere nice over the holiday period? After London, can you guess which city was the most visited in our collection in 2013? Edinburgh Paris New York Venice With a new gallery dedicated to photography at Tate Britain – and displays showcasing international photographers at Tate Modern – 2013 has been an exciting year for photography at Tate…but which photographer attracted the most searches on the website? Diane Arbus Man Ray Jeff Wall August Sander Whether you are missing the summer or looking forward to a white Christmas, what sort of weather do you think set the barometer rising in art & artists this year? Sun Frost Snow Wind If you would like to keep up to date with Tate events, exhibitions and news, enter your email address into the box below to subscribe to our email bulletin Tate will use your email address to send you Tate emails only. We will not pass your personal information to any third party organisation. Under the UK Data Protection Act 1998, Tate follows strict security procedures for the storage and processing of your personal information in order to prevent any unauthorised access. You can unsubscribe from Tate emails at anytime by referring to your original Tate email.