Since our last Editor’s Pick post Easter has come and gone, and so have a few of our exhibits. You’ve been busy sharing your thoughts on A Bigger Splash following the show’s closure earlier this month and on Charles Atlas’s performances and installation after it was extended until 9 April. We’ve received some truly inspired photos taken by you (with some of you too). Take a look at the few of many we could squeeze on here and thanks everyone for sharing your creations, feedback and comments!

On 5 April we asked you to send us your pop inspired make-up. Inez Skilling’s approach was chosen by pop art makeup pioneer Emma Pickles as her favourite!

Inez Skilling Pop Art inspired Makeup

Pop Art inspired makeup by Inez Skilling

Photo: Inez Skilling

Twitter and our curator’s blog are alive with your thoughts, stories and comments on Lichtenstein: A Retrospective and our exhibition app:

@sanjaydhumieres
@Tate It was a real pleasure to see his work and to learn more about the man himself and were he got his inspiration! #Lichtenstein. Tate for the 4th time. Really big fan.

@thehistorygeeks
#lichtenstein exhibition @Tate is fantastic. Great stories of New York in the 60s and how artists make their names and styles. Good work!

@nealstimler
.@Tate thx for making apps for #Android. It’s an important gesture for openness & access 2 offer mobile experience on more platforms. #mtogo

You let us know what you thought of Charles Atlas’s performance and installation in the Tanks at Tate Modern:

Charles Atlas with Cecilia Bengolea and François Chaignaud, BMW Tate Live, The Tanks, Tate Modern.

Charles Atlas with Cecilia Bengolea and François Chaignaud, as part of Charles Atlas and Collaborators, 2013, BMW Tate Live, The Tanks, Tate Modern.
Cast
Dancers: Cecilia Bengolea, Ana Pi, Alex Mugler and Takashi Ueno
DJs: Elijah and Skilliam ( Butterz, London)

Photo: Gabrielle Fonseca Johnson for Tate Photography
© The artists and Tate

@amywarehouse
Charles atlas in the @Tate tanks is stunning… Great start to the day #nuagallerytatetrip pic.twitter.com/16uRlTfwXY

@hollielubbock
Just saw the Charles Atlas event at the tate, live editing was incredible. So glad I came thanks @mirroredpalm tinyurl.com/cu2f99a

@NancyNerantzi
Thank you @Tate_Live for the extension of #CharlesAtlasInstallation!Great to see some familiar faces! #Inspired pic.twitter.com/P6fZdvQuCa

As the chill set in over Easter you visited, A Bigger Splash: Painting after Performance at Tate Modern:

@lamortonart
Hiding from Londonsnow. Saw #Biggersplash exhib @Tate Modern - loved Lucy McKenzie interior paintings & Jackson Pollock performance film

@evanraskob 
Digging #biggersplash at Tate Modern. Love all the rare videos of painting as performance, feeling inspired to finish some art

We asked you to share photos of your city inspired by Looking at The View at Tate Britain on Facebook and Twitter using #TateView, here are some of our favourites:

Sunshine on Leith #TateView Photo: Angus MacWilliam @admacw

@Tate Sunshine on Leith #TateView #edinburgh #proclaimers

Photo: Angus MacWilliam via Twitter @admacw

ZaraGallery @ZaraGallery City of Amman by Faridon Abida @faridonabida #TateView #Jordan #middleeastart

City of Amman by Faridon Abida @faridonabida #TateView #Jordan #middleeastart

Photo: Zara Gallery via Twitter @ZaraGallery

Glam! curator Darren Pih connected trends and key artistic figures of the 60s and 70s in his blog post, and you told us how Glam influences you:

@joolsshep
Glorious Glam! Exhibition @tateliverpool I want to wear flares and too much silver eye-shadow out tonight…

@KenPenton
Earlier I went to see #glamexhibition@tateliverpool - it’s #glamtastic! Bowie,Bolan-,New York Dolls… Go & see if you can.

And finally, ahead of Choucair opening at Tate Modern next week you said:

@Disneyrollrgirl
Getting excited for Choucair opening next week at Tate Modern. Learning about Saloua Raouda Choucair http://pinterest.com/pin/184366178467952055/ … via @pinterest

@AlexiBaker
Opening next week @Tate an exhibition on Saloua Raouda Choucair, one of the most respected living artists in Lebanon tate.org.uk/context-commen…

Thanks for your creative comments and sharing your stories with us, we look forward to sharing more with you on our blog!