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Anni Albers combined the ancient craft of hand-weaving with the language of modern art
One of the last Pre-Raphaelites, Edward Burne-Jones brought imaginary worlds to life in awe-inspiring paintings, stained glass windows and tapestries
Discover French painter and filmmaker Fernand Léger
Travel to Gauguin's Tahiti and beyond through the work of two leading British artists
An unmistakable style that has come to define an era
In 2019 this major exhibition brings together 40 works by Vincent van Gogh to reveal how he was inspired by ...
Rediscover this master of colour and composition at Tate Modern
Things to do and see for free
An exclusive overnight screening of the 24-hour cinematic masterpiece for Tate Collective
This gravity-defying sculpture celebrates Liverpool 2018
A series of free public artworks celebrating unsung women heroes from across London
Join poet Keisha Thompson in a reading from Lunar, an exploration of mental illness, love and forgiveness
Join us after-hours on the last Friday of the month for a mix of art, music, film and workshops
Encounter the uncanny and mysterious through the art of the Weimar Republic
The perfect opportunity for the curiously minded to explore the gallery after hours
Discover the pop style of American painter Alex Katz
Create your own comic and learn the importance of illustration as a therapeutic aid in treating mental health
The artist explores identity through gender, sexuality, disability, love and companionship
Team Tate Collective
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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