Showing 21–40 of 74 resultsGallery: Tate Modern
This display includes a variety of responses to the modern city from artists around the world, ranging from explorations of ...
Journey into artists’ studios across the world in this immersive digital space
A leading figure in the interdisciplinary arts scene in New York, Aldo Tambellini is one of the most significant practitioners ...
Fernell Franco photographed scenes he considered to be characteristic of Latin American life, focusing especially on his hometown of Cali ...
Doris Salcedo’s sculptures and site-specific installations reflect on the violence and displacement caused by colonialism, discrimination, poverty and war
This display brings together photobooks and photographs by artists who offer an intimate view into their own lives
Erkan Özgen’s video asks us to confront the human consequences of the conflict in Syria and reflect on the power ...
This room brings together works by Chinese artist Xiao Lu and French-American artist Niki de Saint Phalle
Paul Neagu invited the audience’s active participation with his sculptures and performances
Witness contemporary painters who use images from the mass media as a source of inspiration
Discover how sculptors working in Japan, Europe, and the United States in the 1970s inspired and influenced each other
Explore how geometric abstraction fabricated dreams of a new society in the twentieth century
This display introduces you to some of the best-loved artworks in the Tate collection
Discover how artists working between the 1960s and the 1990s opened up new spaces for participation
Contemplate the immersive power of large-scale paintings by Monet and Rothko
Investigate the processes artists use to make artworks, and how our responses are integral to the piece
How has art changed the way you see the world? Explore the artist’s role in society and share your thoughts
Intrigued by the unexpected and the inexplicable, Tunga explores the transformation of materials and the magical properties of hair
Indian artist Mrinalini Mukherjee transformed an everyday material, natural rope, into extraordinary sculptural forms