The home of British art from 1500 to the present day

Opening times
Every day, 10.00–18.00
Closed 24–26 December 

International modern and contemporary art

Opening times
Sunday – Thursday, 10.00–18.00
Friday and Saturday, 10.00–22.00
Closed 24–26 December  

International modern and contemporary art

Opening times
Every day, 10.00–17.00
Closed 24–26 December  

Tate St Ives and Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden

Opening times:

March – October: 10.00–17.20, open daily
November – February: 10.00–16.20, Tuesday–Sunday
Closed 24–26 December  

Tate Britain : Display BP Spotlight: Tracey Emin and Francis Bacon

31 March 2015 – June 2016

Tracey Emin’s My Bed 1998 and six of herrecent drawings are shownalongside two paintingsby Francis Bacon

Tate Britain : Exhibition Nick Waplington/Alexander McQueen: Working Process

10 March – 17 May 2015

This candid and personal documentation of Alexander McQueen’s creative process captures the spirit and essence of the acclaimed fashion designer’s work

Tate Liverpool : Exhibition Leonora Carrington

6 March – 31 May 2015

Discover the fantastical creations of the prolific painter and internationally celebrated member of the surrealist movement, Leonora Carrington. Explore her distinctive take on Surrealism, where figures are merged with plants, animals and objects

Tate St Ives: Exhibition The Modern Lens: International Photography and the Tate collection

14 October 2014 – 10 May 2015

Looking at developments in international photography from the 1920s to the 1960s

Tate Modern : Exhibition Marlene Dumas: The Image as Burden

5 February – 10 May 2015

Marlene Dumas is one of the most prominent painters working today. Her intense, psychologically charged works explore themes of sexuality, love, death and shame, often referencing art history, popular culture and current affairs

Tate Britain : Exhibition Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840 – 1860

25 February – 7 June 2015

The first exhibition in Britain devoted to salted paper prints, one of the earliest forms of photography. A uniquely British invention, the technique transformed subjects into images with their own specific aesthetic and revolutionised photography