Tate Papers ISSN 1753-9854

Tate Papers no.13 Spring 2010

The sublime evokes experiences of awe-inspiring grandeur, vastness or beauty. Explore the varied ways in which the sublime has been interpreted from the seventeenth century to today in this issue. Anna Cutler writes about learning in cultural institutions, and John Stack publishes Tate’s online strategy for 2010–12.

See also

The Sublime Object: Nature, Art and Language

A research project investigating the concept and cultural practice of the sublime in nature, art and language.