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Walter Gropius in Britain

Fiona MacCarthy

How did Walter Gropius, founder of the modernist Bauhaus school of art and design in Germany, make such a strong ...

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Pierre Bonnard: His Rhythm was Colour

Barry Schwabsky

The French painter Pierre Bonnard often worked from memory, capturing fleeting moods and moments in unconventional compositions. A bold and ...

Exhibition Guide

Dorothea Tanning

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Photojournalism Now

We talk to photojournalist, Diana Zeyneb Alhindawi, about the ethics of her work and the impact of technology on documenting ...

Exhibition Guide

Franz West

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Lives of the Artists: Paul Neagu

Lisa Le Feuvre

Introducing the Romanian-born artist who created performances and sculptures that shaped a generation of British artists


COMPLEX: The Degradation of Complex Modern Polymeric Objects in Heritage Collections

April 2017 – March 2022

Tate is collaborating with the UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage to explore a new approach ...

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Dorothea Tanning: The Shape-shifter

Lauren Elkin

Dorothea Tanning was an American painter, sculptor, writer and poet whose seven-decade career ranged from powerful early paintings that were ...

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Franz West: Worldly Pleasures

Kito Nedo

The late Austrian artist Franz West (1947–2012) was one of the most influential artists of the past 50 years. His ...

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Details, Details: Kathleen Gerrard’s Still Life with Yellow Fungus c.1936–9

Kathy Willis

Biologist Kathy Willis studies Kathleen Gerrard’s painting in the Tate collection

Behind The Scenes

Working in Learning

Find out about working on our Young People's Programmes in London and St Ives

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New Voices: Language is not transparent

Katharine Kilalea

One writer takes a deeper look at Mel Bochner’s work on paper

Look Closer

Learn about 100 years of Dorothea Tanning

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

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Opinion: The dazzling lies of art

John-Paul Stonard

John-Paul stonard argues that the most powerful art is often based on elaborate untruths

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Anna Boghiguian: A Wanderer Through Time

Hettie Judah

Anna Boghiguian’s raw and expressionistic paintings, sculptures and site-specific installations are characterised by bold colours, chaotic compositions and the intertwining ...


Karachi Seminar: Critical Perspectives on Art and Education

Nada Raza reports on the Karachi Seminar, a day-long public seminar and two-day workshop organised by Tate Research Centre: Asia ...

Exhibition Guide

Don McCullin

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Student Resource

Changed Identity Exam Help

From changing their own identities to changing the identity of objects, how have artists explored the theme of changed identity?

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Myths and Legends Exam Help

Be inspired by myths and legends – or create your own!

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In Focus: Émigré Artists

Monica Bohm-Duchen

Amid the continuing refugee crisis across Europe and rise of right-wing politics, Monica Bohm-Duchen looks back at a time of ...