To mark this year's campaign, we have announced five large-scale solo exhibitions in 2020–21 of the following women artists: Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Paula Rego, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Maria Bartuszová and Haegue Yang.


Paula Rego

born 1935
Tate Modern Display

Haegue Yang

Haegue Yang explores the history of conceptual art shaped by a set of rules

Free entry

Use what is dominant in a culture to change it quickly

Jenny Holzer

I genuinely don’t understand why everyone isn’t a feminist – it’s simply about being treated fairly

Sonia Boyce

Men put me down as the best woman painter … I think I’m one of the best painters

Georgia O'Keeffe

Talking Point

What does it mean to be a woman in art?

With shifting political landscapes and women's marches happening around the world, how are women artists addressing their rights and identities ...


Artist Meets: Hannah Hill x Kate Rolison

Meet Hannah Hill and up and coming embroidery artist Kate Rolison as they chat about art and mental health

Tate Kids Who Are They?

Who is Anthea Hamilton?

Welcome to the wonderful (and weird) world of Anthea Hamilton


Find your art inspiration

Celebrate the pioneering work of women artists with our personality quiz


Charlotte Prodger

Watch the TateShots film and learn more about the Turner Prize 2018 winner Charlotte Prodger


Unlock Art: Where are the women?

Girls actress Jemima Kirke addresses the topic of women in art (or the lack them)

How To

How to Weave like Anni Albers

Ever wondered how a piece of fabric is made? Join Textile Designer Rosa Pearks on how to warp and weft ...

Look Closer

Learn about 100 years of Dorothea Tanning

Discover the life and work of an artist who pushed the boundaries of surrealism

Solange Knowles Ferguson on Black identity

The American singer-songwriter explores Black womanhood, inspired by the artwork of Betye Saar


Njideka Akunyili Crosby: Inhabiting multiple spaces

Drawing on art historical, political and personal references, the Nigerian born artist creates densely layered figurative compositions


Conserving the work of Choucair

Our team go to Beirut to help preserve paintings damaged by electricity curfews and changing temperatures

Talking Point

Why I Love: Yayoi Kusama's The Passing Winter

Hear our staff talk about their favourite artworks


Bonnie Greer on Ellen Gallagher

The American artist has Irish and African American origins, which have shaped the texture and subject matter of her practice


An Introduction to Barbara Hepworth

Curator Chris Stephens spotlights the physical process and attention to detail behind Hepworth’s work

Picture Essay

Fahrelnissa Zeid: city by city

Follow the international artist’s creative journey through each of the cities she spent time in


Lubaina Himid in Conversation

Watch Lubaina Himid in conversation with Tate Director Maria Balshaw

In the galleries

Dorothea Tanning, ‘Nue couchée’ 1969–70

visit displays and Exhibitions

See women take centre stage in Dorothea Tanning, Anna Boghiguian, Natalia Goncharova and ARTIST ROOMS: Jenny Holzer

Emily Mary Osborn, ‘Nameless and Friendless. “The rich man’s wealth is his strong city, etc.” - Proverbs, x, 15’ 1857

Take an online tour

Explore stories of women’s empowerment across the centuries through artworks on display at Tate Britain

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Shop gifts INSPIRED by women

Browse our online and in-gallery shops, supporting art and products by and about female artists and designers

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Help us make Tate a space that is relevant, welcoming and inclusive for all

Artwork credits

Lubaina Himid Between the Two my Heart is Balanced 1991 Tate © Lubaina Himid
Saloua Raouda Choucair Composition in Blue Module 1947–51 Tate © Saloua Raouda Choucair Foundation
Saloua Raouda Choucair Composition with Two Ovals 1951 Tate © Saloua Raouda Choucair Foundation