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Compare abstract and figurative approaches to art
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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
This display explores how artists working in Central Europe in the 1960s and 1970s responded to life under authoritarian political ...
Discover artists from Tate's collection who have embraced new and unusual materials and methods
This room looks at how gender stereotypes from the mass media have been confronted and subverted by feminist artists in ...
Made from packing crates, old furniture and scrap timber – discover the intricate sculptures of Louise Nevelson
Discover artworks that explore organisational systems, communications and mass media
Simple shapes are used to create effects of light and shadow in the two works diplayed in this room
Survey the impact of the catastrophic events of WWII on the art that followed
Contemplate this conceptual artwork
Do we all see colours in the same way? Can colours remind us of a particular place or time? Can ...
This selection of work by the American artist George Condo demonstrates his extraordinary range, encompassing both abstraction and figuration
System VI, White Traffic brings together materials with different shapes, textures and colours, highlighting their variety in one carefully composed ...
American artist Carrie Mae Weems presents a highly personal history of the African American experience
See how artists in Tate’s collection have responded to the impact of mass media
In their series Light Sources and Sun Photographs, artists James Welling and Zoe Leonard ask questions about the nature of ...
The Unfinished Conversation 2012 is a three-screen installation that explores the multi-layered and evolving subject of cultural identity