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  1. Blog
    29 December 2013

    Which of Tate's collection artworks was the most viewed on our website in 2013?

  2. Blog
    27 December 2013
    Matthew Gale

    This week in our Paul Klee blog series, curator Matthew Gale explains why quantity is key – and we're not talking about turkey

  3. Article
    23 December 2013
    Susan Holtham

    One big bright star shining over a landscape of organic shapes – this is how Matisse literally cut out his vision of Christmas in his work ...

  4. Blog
    23 December 2013
    Louise Cohen

    Tate is all the merrier for Paul Klee’s Christmas trees – but did you know that London's love affair with Klee began 68 Christmasses ago?

  5. Blog
    18 December 2013
    Matthew Gale

    As our blog series on the many facets of Paul Klee continues, curator Matthew Gale takes a pause to celebrate the man himself on what would have...

  6. Blog
    17 December 2013
    Elena Villaespesa, Maggie Hills

    Every year millions of people from all over the world visit Tate’s website to explore our collection. In Art & artists you can see, and learn...

  7. Blog
    17 December 2013
    Cristina Locatelli

    The data collected during the Art Maps demo website installation at Tate Britain (12 February – 2 June 2013) has offered the Tate-Horizon team an...

  8. Blog
    16 December 2013
    Matthew Gale

    Curator Matthew Gale investigates another classic Paul Klee-ism, a trait typical of the meticulous, methodical artist - his life-long love of...

  9. Blog
    13 December 2013
    Louise Cohen, Susan Holtham

    Still shopping for the perfect Christmas gift? Take our quiz to find your recipient's art identity and the discover the ideal gifts for your ...

  10. Blog
    12 December 2013
    Zoe Whitley

    Zoe Whitley, recently appointed Curator of Contemporary British Art at Tate Britain, considers the new series showcasing the best film and video...

  11. Blog
    11 December 2013

    For around 170 years it has been customary in many cultures to exchange Christmas cards at this time of year. The Tate Archive collections include...

  12. Blog
    10 December 2013
    Tom Ravenscroft

    Friday night's Late at Tate saw electonic beats meet brass as Warp Records and artist Jeremy Deller curated live performance to get your...

  13. Blog
    10 December 2013
    Matthew Gale

    What would you do if your cultural environment was systematically destroyed? Curator Matthew Gale recounts what happened in the life of artist Paul...

  14. Blog
    6 December 2013
    Louise Cohen, Susan Holtham

    Last Christmas I gave you my art...(sorry, no more puns). This year, to save you from tears (ok, really, no more) we've gathered gorgeous things...

  15. Blog
    6 December 2013
    Dale Ellis

    Our Individual Giving Manager introduces the work of The Tate Fund, how it supports events like Late at Tate and what they're working on this...

  16. Blog
    5 December 2013

    How much do you think it costs to run an art gallery? From school workshops to framing a work, take a guess and test yourself as we reveal how much...

  17. Article
    4 December 2013
    Emma Palmer

    Do you believe in the persuasive power of music? Marketing Assistant, Emma Palmer, introduces artist Ruth Ewans's interactive jukebox on...

  18. Blog
    3 December 2013
    Matthew Gale

    As we reach the halfway point of our A–Z of Bauhaus teacher Paul Klee, in our thirteenth instalment, our curator Matthew Gale investigates the...

  19. Article
    2 December 2013
    John Langdon

    Managing the digitisation of 52,000 objects from Tate Archive is a process driven by metadata. We need information on the objects so that we can...

  20. Blog
    29 November 2013
    Stephen Goodlad

    Stephen Goodlad, Tate’s executive chef, speaks on overseeing the restaurants and cafés across all four gallery sites, the new Members Room at Tate...

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