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A leader of the Russian avant-garde, Natalia Goncharova blazed a trail with her experimental approach to art and design
This major exhibition brings together over 50 works by Vincent van Gogh to reveal how he was inspired by Britain ...
Frank Bowling’s first major retrospective celebrates an artist who constantly pushes the possibilities of paint
An unmistakable style that has come to define an era
Olafur Eliasson returns to Tate Modern with this unmissable exhibition
Experience Blake’s visionary art the way he wanted it to be seen
Explore the complex and interweaving issues of race, territory and inequality in Amalgam by Theaster Gates
Sculptor of magnetism, light and sound
Things to do and see for free
Join us after-hours on the last Friday of the month for a mix of art, music, film and workshops
60 Years continues the Walk through British Art with work by women artists from 1960s to the present day
A night exploring the past and future of women in art
Joanna Piotrowska presents an installation of carefully composed black and white photographs and 16 mm films
Hear about various routes in to working in the creative sector
Find out about working on our website from Fionnuala Cavanagh, a Product Manager in our Digital team
Discover the life and work of an artist who pushed the boundaries of surrealism
Tips from art and design lecturers on preparing a portfolio and what to expect at an interview
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Tate Collective Producers
We have a team of 16-25 year olds based in London, Liverpool and St Ives who program and run lots of the free events, workshops and talks on offer to Tate Collective.
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