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Tate Liverpool Exhibition

Maria Lassnig

18 May – 18 Sep 2016
The first UK retrospective of one of the twentieth century's most original painters
Tate Britain Exhibition

Painting with Light Art and Photography from the Pre-Raphaelites to the modern age

11 May – 25 Sep 2016
Explore the painters that inspired early photographers and the photographs that changed painting
Tate Britain Exhibition

Conceptual Art in Britain 1964–1979

12 Apr – 29 Aug 2016
See the works that changed the way we think about art today
Tate Britain Exhibition

Turner Prize

Set up in 1984, The Turner Prize remains one of the best-known visual arts prizes 

Jeff Wall: glossary

Jeff Wall Photographs 1978-2004 at Tate Modern glossary

ARTIST ROOMS Vija Celmins learning resource: ARTIST ROOMS Vija Celmins: Glossary

A glossary of terms used in the ARTIST ROOMS Vija Celmins learning resource

ARTIST ROOMS Robert Mapplethorpe: ARTIST ROOMS: Robert Mapplethorpe: Glossary

A glossary of terms used in the ARTIST ROOMS Robert Mapplethorpe learning resource
Tate Modern Exhibition

Performing for the Camera

18 Feb – 12 Jun 2016

Serious performance art, portraiture, or simply posing for a photograph… what does it mean to perform for the camera?

ARTIST ROOMS Ed Ruscha: Summary & Glossary

ARTIST ROOMS learning resource on American pop artist Ed Ruscha - summary of key points and glossary of terms
Tate Modern Exhibition

The EY Exhibition The World Goes Pop

17 Sep 2015 – 24 Jan 2016

Whaaam! Pop! Kapow! This is pop art, but not as you know it

Tate Britain Exhibition

Sculpture Victorious

25 Feb – 25 May 2015

Powerful, beautiful and inventive, the Victorian era was a golden age for sculpture. Tate Britain’s exhibition Sculpture Victorious celebrates ...


Pablo Picasso


Robert Delaunay


Marlene Dumas

born 1953

Piet Mondrian


Frank Stella

born 1936

Ben Nicholson OM


Carl Andre

born 1935