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Anni Albers combined the ancient craft of hand-weaving with the language of modern art
Discover the artist who pushed the boundaries of surrealism
Tate Britain presents a comprehensive retrospective of the legendary British photographer Don McCullin
Ironic, irreverent, yet profoundly philosophical, Franz West was a key figure of European art in the late 20th century
Experience the remarkable world of this endlessly inquisitive artist
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
This major exhibition brings together 45 works by Vincent van Gogh to reveal how he was inspired by Britain and ...
Rediscover this master of colour and composition at Tate Modern
Things to do and see for free
Join DJ Annabel Fraser for an extended set in the Tate Modern Terrace Bar
Join poet, critic, essayist and journalist Bridget Minamore reading from her debut pamphlet Titanic
Join us for a new DJ series by Heels & Souls, celebrating music collectives who promote good causes across the ...
The Turner Prize nominated artist has adorned the front of Tate Britain with two giant slugs
The perfect opportunity for the curiously minded to explore the gallery after hours
This gravity-defying sculpture celebrates Liverpool 2018
Join us after-hours on the last Friday of the month for a mix of art, music, film and workshops
We asked four Tate Collective collaborators to introduce us to an emerging artist they admire
Hear Tate Collective Producer and collaborator Joey Yu introduce us to emerging illustrator noiamreiss
Listen to the wise words of Anni Albers, whose work redefined textiles as an art form
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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