Showing 1–20 of 85 resultsGallery: Tate Modern
Survey global artworks that reflect on social and political issues via images from the mass media
See one of the most influential artworks of the twentieth century and investigate materials and objects
Experience the distinctive style of Barbara Kruger and explore the impact of mass media and digital technology on contemporary art
See how two artists have used non-traditional art materials in very different ways
View artworks that pay impressive tributes to campaigners for citizenship and civil rights
Explore ambiguous acts of collaboration between artists and the public
Explore the geometric abstract art created by the New Tendencies movement in the 1960s
The exploration and preservation of the communal act of making
See surrealist artworks made by the original Paris-based group and other international artists
What emotion do you feel when you think of a colour?
Sculpt the surface of this artwork
Portuguese artist Helena Almeida crosses artistic boundaries to combine painting, performance, sculpture and photography
Marks on a blank wall gradually appear and disappear in Ansarinia’s video installation, Living Room 2005
Published in the 1928, Karl Blossfeldt and Germaine Krull ’s photographic portfolios explore the intricate shapes of natural and man-made ...
Dayanita Singh presents her photographs in a unique way that is part sculpture, part photobook. Her work introduces the two-room ...
This immersive installation questions the function of the museum and challenges preconceptions of African art
Artists around the world have examined the modern city in a range of works
The works in this room find visual expression for the complex horrors of civil war
Be overwhelmed by Babel, Meireles’ 2001 artwork, which explores information overload and failed communication
Explore the political and controversial works of Joseph Beuys, from sculpture to performance