This exhibition will reveal how motion, performance and theatricality underpinned his practice
Serious performance art, portraiture, or just simply posing for the camera? What does is it mean to perform for the camera?
Tate Britain presents a major exhibition of art associated with the British Empire from the 16th century to the present day. The show raises questions about ownership, authorship and how the value and meanings of these diverse objects have changed through history
Join us for a retrospective of the work of Frank Auerbach, the maker of some of the most resonant and inventive paintings in recent times, both of people and of the urban landscapes near his studio in Camden Town
You’ve arrived at Tate Liverpool in the future. All of the works of art on display are about to disappear, forever. Which works of art do you want to know by heart, committing them to memory so that your favourite piece lives on?
A season of two exhibitions about the ceramics studio, the ocean and the landscape