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Kaveh Golestan’s socially engaged photography exposes the plight of people living on the margins of society
Martin Parr’s bold and witty photographs hold up a mirror to our everyday lives, presenting the familiar in a new ...
In the animated film My Best Thing 2011, online communication turns from sex to conversations about art, life and politics
Many artists in the 1960s were using weaving and knotting to create innovative hangings and sculptures, integrating traditional craft techniques ...
Bruce Nauman is interested in ‘what art can be, not just what painting can be’ and works in a variety ...
Engage with this performance addressing the cultural invisibility of older women and celebrating their life experiences
The only way to see this installation is by using flash photography. This experience echoes how the work was created ...
See works that create a dialogue with the materials and spaces of everyday buildings
Explore artworks from Tate's collection that respond to their social and political context
Andy Warhol and the Guerrilla Girls share an interest in the visual language and strategies of advertising but use them ...
Enjoy the rich surfaces of Richter's abstract works, painted to the music of avant-garde composer John Cage
Absorb Rothko's paintings, displayed as he intended in a compact room with subtle lighting
Discover artists from Tate's collection who have embraced new and unusual materials and methods
Find out how combining everyday objects and materials became a new technique for twentieth-century artists
In the decades following the Second World War, find out how artists explored a number of radical approaches to painting
This opening room of the Artists and Society display brings together two works that use high-rise buildings as symbols for ...
Discover how art can reflect the circumstances and spaces in which it is made
Explore the philosophical, poetic and spiritual associations of white monochrome paintings
Made from white plaster, these abstract sculptures by Slovak artist Maria Bartuszová evoke raindrops, wheat grains and other natural forms
Glimpse inside the working spaces of artists