Showing 61–80 of 80 resultsGallery: Tate Modern
Find out how combining everyday objects and materials became a new technique for twentieth-century artists
In the decades following the Second World War, find out how artists explored a number of radical approaches to painting
Contemporary artist Sandra Gamarra makes paintings depicting works by other artists as a way to rethink the art museum and ...
Ernesto Salmerón poses questions about the political functions of public space as well as the legacies of revolution
Haegue Yang explores the history of conceptual art shaped by a set of rules
International artists have responded in different ways to the impact of mass media and communications
Obscure White Messenger 2010 combines found home-movie footage, sound and interview transcripts
Judi Werthein has designed a shoe to help migrants cross the border from Mexico to the United States
Absorb Rothko's paintings, displayed as he intended in a compact room with subtle lighting
This room looks at how gender stereotypes from the mass media have been confronted and subverted by feminist artists in ...
See how artists in Tate’s collection have responded to the impact of mass media
Simple shapes are used to create effects of light and shadow in the two works diplayed in this room
Discover artworks that explore organisational systems, communications and mass media
Survey the impact of the catastrophic events of WWII on the art that followed
Do we all see colours in the same way? Can colours remind us of a particular place or time? Can ...
Contemplate this conceptual artwork
Experience live art, performance, film and video art in these gallery spaces
German artist Joseph Beuys saw art as central to all aspects of human existence
In this animated film, artist William Kentridge reflects on South Africa’s attempts to come to terms with its brutal apartheid ...
Explore Irina Nakhova’s spatial experiments created within her apartment in 1980s Moscow