From sun worshipers, cloud gazers and storm chasers to artists who use the weather to explore broader themes and ideas
Inspired by our Aftermath: Art in the Wake of World War One exhibition, we take a look at some of ...
Montréal-based composer Kara-Lis Coverdale sees a story of engagement in Joan Miró’s etching
Find definitions of over 400 terms, including art movements, styles and techniques
Identity politics is the term used to describe an anti-authoritarian political and cultural movement that gained prominence in the USA and Europe in the mid-1980s, asking questions about identity, repression, inequality and injustice and often focusing on the experience of marginalised groups
Land art or earth art is art that is made directly in the landscape, sculpting the land itself into earthworks or making structures in the landscape using natural materials such as rocks or twigs
Impressionism developed in France in the nineteenth century and is based on the practice of painting out of doors and spontaneously ‘on the spot’ rather than in a studio from sketches. Main impressionist subjects were landscapes and scenes of everyday life
Pop art is an art movement that emerged in the 1950s and flourished in the 1960s in America and Britain, drawing inspiration from sources in popular and commercial culture. Different cultures and countries contributed to the movement during the 1960s and 70s
We visit artist Yinka Shonibare MBE in his East London studio where he has created a separate exhibition space for ...
The British artist explores ideas around black British representation and identity
The Indian-born, London-based artist's extraordinary paintings feature rich colours and intricate detail
Sheela Gowda is an artist living and working in Bengalaru (formerly Bangalore), India
With shifting political landscapes and women's marches happening around the world, how are women artists addressing their rights and identities ...
Exploring how Sonia Boyce explores her own sense of self in relation to media images of blackness and whiteness in ...
Use lines, zig-zags and spots to paint a pot which makes your eyes go funny!
Mark Gertler's Merry-Go-Round is one of the most recognisable works in Tate's collection, but how did the painting come about?
What do we see in the mirror? We all age, and yet we all battle against the inexorable decline of ...
John-Paul Stonard responds to Ai Weiwei's quotation on art's relation to democracy
Sean O'Toole celebrates the life and work of the South African social documentary photographer Santu Mofokeng