The EY Tate Arts Partnership

Rooted in the belief that art and creativity are imperative for society and wellbeing, The EY Tate Arts Partnership has established EY as a major supporter of the arts through one of the UK’s largest long-term arts partnerships

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© Tate Photography

The EY Tate Arts Partnership

Founded in 2013, The EY Tate Arts Partnership has been an always-on partnership with year-round activations in response to the breadth of Tate’s programme. Integrating lead support on exhibitions at Tate Modern and Tate Britain, the partnership has also extended across the UK with activations at Tate Liverpool, Tate St Ives and some of the Plus Tate partners around the country such as Kettle’s Yard and IKON. Moreover, The EY Tate Arts Partnership has seen EY and Tate come together to share expertise, knowledge and dialogue around topics and projects which demonstrate our shared values and EY’s commitment to building a better working world.

"We are extremely proud to have supported Tate through our longstanding partnership, recognising the importance of creativity and culture in supporting the UK’s broader societal and economic wellbeing."

Michel Driessen, EY Arts Sponsoring Partner UKI and Seema Farazi, EY Arts Sponsoring Partner FS

Title Rights Support of Tate Exhibition – The EY Exhibitions

The EY Exhibitions have been a central fixture in the Tate programme for the last decade, taking place at both Tate Britain and Tate Modern. They have showcased the artworks of renowned national and international artists such as Paul Cezanne, Sonia Delaunay, Van Gogh, Paul Klee, Wilfredo Lam, Pablo Picasso, Auguste Rodin and J M W Turner, as well as group shows exploring Pop Art and the Impressionists.

Opening in October 2022, The EY Exhibition: Cezanne celebrated the 10th consecutive supported EY exhibition, a major milestone in The EY Tate Arts Partnership. Between 2013 and 2023, over 2.5 million people attended the breadth of diverse exhibitions that EY supported.

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The EY Exhibition: Cezanne © Tate Photography

EY Supporting Tate

EY has nearly thirty years’ experience of supporting the visual arts in the UK. Our longstanding partnership is an example of how EY teams with other organisations that share their purpose and commitment to building a better working world.

In 2018, EY and Tate came together to share experiences and specialisms across our organisations through collaborative projects. The first iteration of this in 2018 was the Collection Care project, where EY worked with Tate to streamline workflows within the management of Tate’s 75,000 artworks. This project has helped Tate to continue delivering our artistic programme with optimal efficiency and effectiveness and has enabled Tate to continue sharing the collection with ever-greater audiences around the world.

More recently, in August 2022, EY Seren supported Tate to develop a framework around its omni-channel trading and online ticket purchase journey. This is helping Tate to deliver an enhanced user journey with maximisation of user journey completion, championing Tate’s mission to welcome audiences that better reflect our nation and also attract a diverse international public.

EY and Tate have an inspiring partnership, rooted in a shared belief in the ability of the visual arts to be a force for good in the world. Whether through building a better working world or championing art and its value to society, The EY Tate Arts Partnership brings immense value to both organisations – enabling us to achieve more together.

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Tate Shop. Photo © Tate Photographer

Find out more about Tate Corporate Partnerships

Tate’s Corporate Partnerships are at the very heart of our organisation. Tate is grateful to all of our Corporate Partners whose generous support and commitment enable Tate to champion art for all.

Corporate Partnerships range from supporting world-renowned programmes of exhibitions, performances or annual artist commissions to wide-reaching learning, research and community programmes, or collaboration through crucial conservation, collection care, digital or sustainability initiatives.

To find out more about the partnership we can build together, or to learn more about supporting Tate philanthropically, contact us at