This issue features articles on British sculptor John Gibson, practice-based research, former Tate director John Rothenstein, and a technical examination of Chris Ofili’s The Upper Room 1999–2002.
Watch Tate’s conservation team revive Roy Lichtenstein’s pop masterpiece using a ground-breaking gel treatment broadly based on nanotechnology
Sue Fuller’s construction testifies to the often overlooked influence of craft traditions on the development of modernist abstraction.
Delving into the collection of photographer, graphic designer and author David King, who travelled and collected extensively in the Soviet Union, Europe and the USA
Research at Tate
Tate is a leading centre for research in visual art, collection care, learning and museum studies
Collection care research explores the many challenges relating to the conservation, management and care of Tate’s collection
Tate Research Centre: Asia aims to further the research, documentation, publication, acquisition and exhibition of works of modern and contemporary Asian art within Tate and the wider academic world.
Tate Research Centre: Learning exists to promote research and knowledge exchange and inform practice in the field of learning in galleries
This network brings together curators, academics and researchers working on British art across the UK. Browse our resources and find out about future events
Find out about current opportunities in Tate's Research department, including fellowships, research posts, placements and studentships
Find out about the history of performance at Tate in this new appraisal of the place of performance art and performativity in the museum
Read about one of Britain's great Romantic artists
Explore the history of the sublime and what it means today
Discover how Moore made his sculptures and explore his public status
Explore the world of the Camden Town Group of artists in Edwardian Britain
Research resources and facilities
Explore and research all facets of Tate's collection of British, international, modern and contemporary art from 1500 to the present day online
The Library's a unique collection of books, exhibition catalogues and rare items document British art since 1500 and international art since 1900
Tate Archive contains material on artists, art world figures and art organisations in Britain from 1900 to today – browse the catalogue online or visit the Archive at Tate Britain
View works on paper from the collection ranging from the Turner Bequest to modern and contemporary prints and drawings at Tate Britain
Listen to the innovative cassette-magazine Audio Arts, established by Bill Furlong in 1972. Includes interviews with Andy Warhol, Joseph Beuys and Marina Abramović
Tate’s public records document the full range of our activities throughout our history